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Cessna gets order for 10 Caravan turboprops to be built in China

Cessna Aircraft Co. said Monday that it had an order for 10 Caravan turboprop aircraft that will be used for tourism services in China.

Contractor Larry Cook files mechanics lien against YO-B owner Nabil Bacha

WICHITA — Contractor Larry Cook has filed a mechanics lien against YO-B owner Nabil Bacha for $87,882.

Your chances of being audited by IRS are the lowest in years

As millions of Americans race to meet Tuesday's tax deadline, their chances of getting audited are lower than they have been in years.

Chamber’s Small Business Awards marks 10-year milestone

Next month the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce will host the Small Business Awards Luncheon, where two area businesses will be honored for their growth, diversity and community involvement.

Medical groups leading new end-of-life care initiative

Sheryl Decker had to make a decision that no one wants to make.

Small businesses in limbo waiting for tax decision

Small businesses are in limbo as they wait for Congress to make decisions that could save them a lot of money.

Coldwater Creek files for bankruptcy protection

The women's clothing retailer Coldwater Creek has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after failing to find a potential buyer or a source of capital to help fund its turnaround efforts.

Bruce Haase named Value Place CEO

WICHITA — There's a new CEO at Value Place, and founder Jack DeBoer calls him "a superstar."

Cancer center gets assurance of funding through summer gap period

Officials at the Wichita Community Clinical Oncology Program breathed a sigh of relief Thursday evening when they received word from the National Cancer Institute that they will continue to receive federal funding throughout the summer.

Ohio geologists link small quakes to fracking

Geologists in Ohio have for the first time linked earthquakes in a geologic formation deep under the Appalachians to hydraulic fracturing, leading the state to issue new permit conditions Friday in certain areas that are among the nation's strictest.

Aviation Hall of Fame inductee Pete Reynolds dies

Pete Reynolds, a former test pilot and the retired head of flight test at Bombardier, died Thursday.

Wichita's Whole Foods Market may not have to be called Bread & Circus

WICHITA — According to a poll so informal it probably shouldn't be called a poll, it looks like the Bread & Circus name that Wichita's new Whole Foods Market will go by here isn't exactly being embraced.

Koch, Goldman Sachs to acquire Flint ink company

Koch Industries and Goldman Sachs’ private equity arm are acquiring Flint, the world’s leading maker of printing inks, from buyout group CVC, the four companies said in a joint statement Thursday.

Kansas clinical cancer trial groups awaiting grant news

For Marcie Kelly, it began with a suspicious-looking mole.

Learjet 85 makes first flight, performing ‘as expected’

After about a four-month delay, Bombardier Aerospace test pilots for the first time on Wednesday took off from Wichita Mid-Continent Airport in a Learjet 85.

Brett Harris gone from KHLT, 99.7-FM

WICHITA — For the second time in less than two years, one of Wichita's most recognizable radio personalities has lost his job.

Plumbing contractor to stay open despite tax warrants

The owner of plumbing and mechanical contractor P&E Commercial Services said the company will remain open, despite a large state tax bill.

Core Strength Wichita offers workouts in downtown studio

When Kim Dwerlkotte tore her rotator cuff, she decided to try Pilates to rehabilitate. Her neighbor and best friend, Diane Lewonowski, went along to keep her company.

5 questions with Chris Stong

Chris Stong was a telemarketer at age 14. Literally, his employers had him call names out of a phone book to sell whatever “slipshod, crazy idea they had talked people into doing that week.”

Weekly business briefing (April 10)

Quantum Expositions, a producer of area job fairs and other events, has added resume and LinkedIn preparation to its services to increase its ability to assist job seekers and career professionals.

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