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Hilary Duff Pleads With Disney+ to Let Lizzie McGuire Air on Hulu

This is not what our dreams for the Lizzie McGuire revival were made of. In a statement posted to her Instagram account on Friday, Hilary Duff asked Disney+ to relinquish the series'...

Watch Ryan Reynolds Give a Leap Day ''21-Year-Old'' Her First Legal Drink

Ryan Reynolds has the great honor of giving Leap Year baby Arlene Manko her first legal drink. It's important to explicitly say "legal" since, who would believe she...

Adam Levine Addresses Maroon 5's "Unprofessional" Performance at Chilean Music Festival

Adam Levine is apologizing to Chilean fans after he and Maroon 5 delivered what some called a "lackluster" performance on Thursday night. The band's name began trending late...

The Bachelorette's Chad Johnson Sparks Police Visit Over Concerning Online Post

Authorities have conducted a welfare check at Chad Johnson's residence, E! News can confirm. A spokesperson with the Los Angeles Police Department says the call requesting police...

The Amazing Race Shuts Down Production Due to Coronavirus

The Amazing Race will have to wait. CBS has halted production on its long-running travel-themed reality competition series due to concerns over the Coronavirus. "Due to...

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Commercial real estate transactions from The Oklahoman for Feb. 29, 2020

Price Edwards & Co. reports these real estate transactions:• HEBCO Inc leased 12,525 square feet of retail space in Walnut Square, 2203 SW 74.

American Airlines to invest $550 million to improve, expand Tulsa maintenance facility

By Rhett MorganTulsa WorldTULSA — American Airlines' Tulsa Maintenance Base, the biggest facility of its kind in the world, is used to overhauling aircraft.Soon, it gets to overhaul itself.Against a backdrop of music, faux fog, a light show and about 1,500 base employees, American Airlines announced Friday it will pour $550 million over seven years into Tech Ops-Tulsa, making it the largest economic development investment in city history.Centerpieces of the project will be a new widebody-capable hangar and base support building.

Rig count falls by three

Staff reportRig count falls 3Baker Hughes reported Friday the number of rigs drilling for oil and natural gas declined by three in Oklahoma.The national number of running rigs also declined by one.Oklahoma's count was 48, down 67 from 115 a year ago.

Stocks fall on Wall Street, head for worst week since 2008

By ALEX VEIGA and DAMIAN J. TROISEAP Business WritersU.S. stocks fell sharply Friday and were on track for their worst week since October 2008 as the spreading coronavirus threatens to derail the global economy.The virus outbreak has been shutting down industrial centers, emptying shops and severely crimping travel all over the world.

Mammoth Energy Services posts annual loss after internal issues

By Jack MoneyBusiness writerjmoney@oklahoman.comWhile Mammoth Energy Services Inc. and the oil and gas industry it services had a down year in 2019, its top executive says the company stabilized its electric grid-building operations.Arty Straehla, Mammoth’s CEO, stated Thursday the company’s hiring of a new president for its infrastructure division in November stabilized the unit’s operations.“The new president has been able to fill several key management positions with highly qualified people from other large infrastructure focused companies, and the performance of the business is improving,” he told analysts in a call after Mammoth’s earnings were released on Thursday.“As the new management team gets to work, demand remains strong throughout the industry, especially in the transmission and renewables, construction areas.

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