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Downtown builds on dynamic year

Nov. 6 at 11:08 p.m.

Wichita, your downtown may be cooler than you think.

  • Winners and losers among Kansas energy producers

    Energy producers in Kansas were sharply divided into winners and losers last year, and it looks like that won’t change in 2013.

  • Banks, credit unions upbeat about 2013

    Area bankers and credit union executives said they are more optimistic about business for their institutions in 2013.

  • Demand for business jets could be on the upswing

    The business jet industry finished up its fourth tough year in a row in 2012, but signs suggest demand could be on the upswing, experts say.

  • Huge backlog may mean dip in commercial plane orders

    Orders for new commercial airliners are expected to dip this year, a recent analyst’s report predicts.

  • Home sales expected to continue steady climb

    Expect to see more new homes being built in the Wichita area, and overall home sales to continue a steady climb up in 2013, said executives of the area’s biggest real estate firms.

  • Want to start a business? Help is available

    There’s no shortage of help out there for people who want to start a business. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy.

  • Malls attract non-retail businesses

    Malls aren’t just for retailers anymore.

  • Commodity predictions tricky at best

    The recent history of agriculture has been one of extremes: historically low rainfall and production, record high commodity prices and farmland values.

  • Clark Bastian: Wichita’s business assets – great people

    It starts with people. It always starts with people. You can have a premier location, the most ideal climate and amazing recreational and entertainment venues, but if you don’t have great people, you won’t get far.

  • Wichita has plenty of high-tech jobs

    Wichita isn’t Silicon Valley, but it’s got plenty of high tech jobs.

  • Debbie Gann: Wichita poised to win the ‘jobs war’

    Wichita is resilient. Our community has proven that through the recent tough economic downturn and sluggish recovery.

  • Organic, natural foods catch on in Wichita

    Matt Murray has watched customers spend three hours shopping for food in GreenAcres Market & Deli, carefully examining the label on each product they put in their cart or basket.

  • Wichita’s retail scene: controlled, manageable growth

    Wichita still may not have its much-requested Cheesecake Factory, but no one can argue the city hasn’t made some significant progress on the retail front in the last year or so.

  • Joe Ontjes: WATC delivers education that works

    Roughly eight years ago, Sedgwick County officials and business leaders envisioned a high-tech, high-wage career pipeline that would prepare students for high-demand jobs. Today, that vision is a reality as Wichita Area Technical College emerges as a national leader in modern technical education.

  • Multiple commercial projects to begin in 2013

    The area will see a number of commercial real estate projects open or get under way in Wichita in 2013 in nearly every sector of the industry.

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