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Expanding Opportunities for Minority and Women-Owned Businesses
The Export-Import Bank of the United States offers a number of tools to assist all U.S. manufacturers, and works to ensure that these opportunities are readily available to businesses owned by minorities and women. Watch video to learn more.
Oct 7th, 2021
Judge Reduces J&J Order in Opioid Lawsuit by $107M
The judge acknowledged he miscalculated in his original award how much it would cost to develop a program for treating babies born addicted to opioids.
Nov 15th, 2019
Judge Miscalculated Opioid Judgement
District Judge Thad Balkman acknowledged making the error in his August judgment in which he ordered J&J to pay $572 million to address the opioid crisis.
Oct 16th, 2019
J&J Ordered to Pay $572M
Oklahoma argued the companies launched a misleading marketing campaign that overstated how effective the drugs were and understated the risk of addiction.
Aug 27th, 2019
Feds Want Cut of State Settlement
Most of the money has already been earmarked for the creation of a center for addiction studies and treatment at Oklahoma State University.
Jun 28th, 2019
Judge OKs $85M Opioid Settlement
Under the deal, Teva admits to no wrongdoing and agrees to not promote opioids in Oklahoma.
Jun 25th, 2019
Corporate Greed Blamed for Opioid Crisis
Oklahoma's attorney general had sharp words for J&J and its subsidiaries, as a state trial kicked off against the makers of opioids.
May 29th, 2019
Wind Rep Subpoenaed Over Scandal
An OK state lawmaker claims that someone connected to the industry put a tracking device on his pickup.
May 31st, 2018
Rig Explosion Driller Has History of Fatal Accidents
The company has been fined nearly $367,000 for more than 140 safety violations
Jan 25th, 2018
5 Workers Die in Rig Explosion
The bodies were found in an area they called the 'dog house'.
Jan 24th, 2018
Trump EPA Pick Has Corporate Ties
Though Scott Pruitt ran unopposed for a second term as Oklahoma's attorney general in 2014, records show he raised more than $700,000, much of it from people in the energy and utility industries.
Jan 18th, 2017
Chesapeake Energy Founder Dies in Crash
Federal investigators announced antitrust charges against McClendon on Tuesday. Sixteen hours later, he was dead in a fiery single-car traffic accident on an isolated road in northeast Oklahoma City.
Mar 3rd, 2016