Batten down the hatches with encryption, Part 1
I had the pleasure of visiting merry old London once, attending the InfoSecurity Europe Conference. About 12,000 people from across the globe showed up for the three-day affair and, as you might suspect, the overall concern of those at ...
A world of possibilities
The Women’s Leadership Luncheon hosted by the Norman Chamber of Commerce this week carried an unspoken theme — the world is full of possibilities....
Restaurant crosses cultural cuisine boundaries
Mamaveca Mexican and Peruvian Restaurant, 2551 W. Hemphill Dr., is re-opening its doors with a revamped menu during a special event 4 to 9 p.m. March 12....
Making retirement less taxing
Retirement tax issues can get confusing experts say. “I get a lot of clients asking me about taking money out of a retirement account, but seldom are they aware of the affect that has on the taxability of their Social Security benefits,” ...
In the past two weeks, three different blogs have highlighted the Norman community....
Corporate America forces Arizona bill's veto
NEW YORK — When an important social issue intersected with business in Arizona, Corporate America decided it was time to take a stand....
Hay and cattle theft on the rise
The drought began fall of 2010 and still rages today in southwest Oklahoma. This situation has caused hay to be in short supply for those who still have cattle and caused some criminals to pull bold moves such as stealing hay and even the ...
Moore ER surpasses 3,000 patients served while $28.8M rebuilding project continues
Moore Medical’s temporary emergency department has been serving the public for almost three months now and the community is responding, Norman Regional Health system officials reported....
Norman Regional Health System makes strong January showing
The Norman Regional Health System experienced a “very strong month,” in January, according to CFO Ken Hopkins, reporting to the board Monday. “We had pretty substantial increases in our inpatient admissions,” Hopkins said....
Home office deduction headline
The IRS has announced a new, simplified method for determining the in-home office deduction that does not require extensive record keeping. It may be easier than using the time-consuming “actual expense method” to determine the amount you ...
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