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A Sage Investment

Paying off ransomware attackers is something business owners don’t exactly like to think about. Yet, just about every 11 seconds, bad actors from around the globe – or even grandma’s basement – launch malicious software that infects a computer. They often hold the data hostage until ransom is paid. That’s where Tulsa-based SageNet steps up. One division of SageNet focuses its...

A Community for All

As president of the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, Nancy Anthony is seriously driven and committed to improving the lives and infrastructure of OKC. She’s fully aligned with the nonprofit’s mission: to serve the philanthropic needs of donors and the community by the development and administration of endowment and other charitable funds, with the end goal of preserving capital and...

How to Succeed in Business …

Claudia Chambers Beach was sick, jobless and wondering how to pay the mortgage when someone knocked on her front door six years ago. It was the repo man. .ugb-46f9ea8 > .ugb-inner-block > .ugb-block-content > .ugb-columns__item{grid-template-columns:1.34fr 0.66fr !important} But rather than taking something, the repossession agent left something with the Beach family: the impetus they needed to turn Beach’s jam-making hobby into...

Dribbling to the Bank

For college basketball aficionados, March Madness provides ecstasy and heartbreak. For employers, it often leads to lost productivity. And for cities hosting games this month, such as Tulsa, hoops hoopla produces a sweet sound – not the thump thump of dribbles on hardwood, but the cha-ching cha-ching of cash registers … to the tune of millions of dollars. Tulsa’s BOK Center...