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STEM field graduates pleasantly surprised by starting salaries
Students who earned degrees in the often highly sought after STEM fields -- science, technology, engineering and mathematics-related disciplines -- have been surprised by their starting salaries.
OU week in review
Sooners made multiple offers during the final week of the spring evaluation period.
Annie, I said this racist thing 30 years ago and still regret it
Dear Annie: Recently, through a mutual friend, I became aware that the victim of my words is reachable through social media. My question is: Should I apologize? My apology would be sincere, but also self-serving.
What you need to know about Avago-Broadcom merger
Avago Technologies Inc. on Thursday agreed to buy Irvine, California, semiconductor developer Broadcom Corp. for $37 billion in cash and stock, one of the largest deals in the history of the semicondu
FCC chairman proposes narrowing the ‘digital divide’ by subsidizing high-speed Internet for the poor
NEW YORK (AP) — The head of the Federal Communications Commission is proposing that the government agency expand a phone subsidy program for the poor to include Internet access.
Auto industry revving toward 2020 goals for fuel efficiency
The auto industry is making significant strides toward increasing fuel efficiency and is ahead of schedule in meeting strict federal fuel economy goals, according to an analysis by the Union of Concer
Costco philosophy about chicken prices: Keep 'em cheap
SEATTLE — Perhaps inspired by Costco Wholesale’s recent decision to buy olive oil from the land of Socrates, Barclays analyst Meredith Adler asked on Thursday what may have been the most profound ques
Business digest, May 29: Cruise line backs down on doggie bags
Don’t mess with doggie bags. That’s the message Norwegian Cruise Line got after making a new rule recently that banned passengers from toting food back to their rooms from restaurants. Andy Stuart, pr
$1.6M redevelopment project hopes to inspire continued renewal on Cuming Street
A century-old north downtown Omaha building — which originally housed a gravestone maker but has been vacant for more than a decade — is about to, shall we say, bloom again.
$5.5M Sarpy County training center by 88 Tactical aims for 2015 opening
The facility will feature 20 indoor shooting lanes, a cafe, a 45-foot-tall rock-climbing and scaling wall, a 70-foot-tall rappelling tower, a VIP lounge and large rooms for the company’s self-defense, anti-bullying and other classes.
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