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Returning shows, concerts to Wichita means the return of millions in economic impact

In 2019, for example, The Orpheum contributed $250,000 in local sales tax from ticket and concession sales.
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Emerald Aerospace CEO says Boeing deal on Air Force One cost Wichita work

The head of the former Wichita aircraft modification company hopes the dispute between Boeing and supplier GDC could mean an opportunity to start his business again.
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Spirit CEO eyes faster work increase next year

As it begins to burn through its MAX inventory, new production on the Boeing jet at Spirit could pick up quickly.
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Now that the CDC has relaxed mask guidance, here's how Wichita businesses are reacting

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday said people who had received their full vaccine are now OK to go without a mask anywhere that's not prohibited by federal, state or local la…
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Newman launches doctorate program in business administration

Newman University is starting a doctorate program in business administration it believes will give graduates distinguishing leadership skills and area businesses a pipeline of problem-solvers. “Newm…
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BizTalk with Bill Roy Podcast Episode 207: Aerospace emerges from the pandemic

Wichitans know it better than anyone: The aerospace industry has been beaten up over the last few years. We've seen mass layoffs, aircraft groundings and air travel coming close to a stop. But in Ma…
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List analysis: PPP loans account for Wichita's boost in commercial lending

Commercial lenders may be getting back into expansion mode in 2021, but hiccups in the supply chain could slow growth, says one lender in Wichita.
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Experts say start now on new DoD cybersecurity regulations

Full compliance will be required in 2025, but not getting started now could risk losing out on work even before the deadline.
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City Reviewing Health Guidelines on Masks

The City of Wichita is closely reviewing revised Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) COVID-19 guidelines issued, Thursday, May 13, 2021, and is conferring with local officials, including…
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Hutton pulls $1.1M building permit for Wichita Endodontics renovation

Wichita Endodontics purchased the building late last year with plans to relocate its east-side dental office there.
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Boeing prepares to restart MAX deliveries as FAA approves electrical fix

Boeing has issued service bulletins to airlines, which are starting on the needed changes.
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Koch’s Flint Hills Resources in talks to sell biofuel operations to POET

Flint Hills Resources is the fifth-largest producer of ethanol in the country.
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Not considering Employee Retention Credits? You could be leaving money on the table

With frustrations mounting over PPP and other Covid-19 relief funding, experts say many businesses are missing out on potentially lucrative Employee Retention Credits. It's an option now available ev…
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Remodeled Amidon Place Apartments in north Wichita sell to new owners

Wichita's Point Guard Management says it will still manage the property and continue renovation work at the complex.
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