10:00 am
Sat September 27, 2014

Texas Energy Company To Close Oklahoma City Office

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A Houston-based energy company plans to close its office in Oklahoma City and eliminate up to 97 full-time jobs. 

The Oklahoman reported that HighMount Exploration and Production LLC announced the plans in a letter to the Oklahoma Commerce Department.

The company plans to lay off 48 employees between October 24 and November 3 and says additional cuts are planned.

Last May, Loews Corp. announced the possibility of selling its wholly owned subsidiary HighMount and in August announced the sale.


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Business and Economy
12:19 pm
Thu July 25, 2013

Spirit AeroSystems Announces 360 Layoffs

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Spirit AeroSystems says it is laying off about 360 employees at its Kansas and Oklahoma facilities. 

The Wichita-based aircraft parts maker announced the move Thursday, a day after union officials disclosed company preparations for the anticipated layoffs. The move affects salaried support staff and management employees.

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