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Wichita planemakers aiming high at international air show

Wichita will be on display to Europe and the world this week when the Farnborough International Airshow opens outside London on Monday.

Business incentive packages may do more harm than good, economist says

If you can’t build your own, steal someone else’s.

Al's Old & New Book Store to be first tenant at Block One retail center

Anita Siemer is going to move her Al's Old & New Book Store from Delano, where it's been for almost six decades, to the new downtown development, Block One.

Kansas Aviation Expo to expand its agenda and geography in its 2nd year

The second annual Kansas Aviation Expo will feature a Fly Kansas Air Tour, career expo and a day-long aviation business session to highlight the role aviation plays in Kansas and to promote aviation education.

Job fair will target worker shortage in construction

A recovering, regional construction industry is prompting a number of disparate groups to partner on an event to recruit workers.

Spirit AeroSystems employee injured Thursday expected to survive

The 53-year-old Spirit AeroSystems employee who was caught between machinery late Thursday evening is expected to survive his injuries, Spirit spokesman Ken Evans said Friday.

Martens Cos. upping stake in regional hotel business

A local commercial real estate firm is increasing its stake in the regional hotel business.

Homeland Security request could spur order for more Beechcraft King Air planes

The Department of Homeland Security is looking to add up to 40 surveillance aircraft to boost protection of the nation’s borders, according to a request for information.

Food and Drug Administration sends warning letter to Wyldewood Cellars

UPDATED — Wyldewood Cellars is back in another legal tangle with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, but Wyldewood owner John Brewer calls it a "misunderstanding."

Boeing raises 20-year forecast for new jet demand

Boeing Co. raised its long-term forecast for new airplane demand by more than 4 percent, based on expected orders of smaller, more fuel-efficient planes and burgeoning travel in Asia.

Halstead Hospital owner 'still determined' to reopen (VIDEO)

The Halstead Hospital and Hertzler Clinic are gone, but not forgotten – how could they be when the 265,000-square-foot complex still sits nearly vacant in the center of Halstead?

GlobalParts buys aviation-related company in Oklahoma

GlobalParts Group, based in Augusta, has bought the assets of Tulakes Aero in Bethany, Okla., and incorporated them into a new division called Global Parts Aero Structures.

Viega to leave Epic Center for sixth floor of Bank of America Center

WICHITA — The Epic Center's loss will be the Bank of America Center's gain.

EPA’s proposed changes in water rules rile agriculture interests in Kansas

The backlash from agricultural and rural groups in Kansas and elsewhere in response to proposed changes in federal rules regarding water protection has been strong enough to draw Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy to the heartland to defend the move.

Commercial Building Permits (July 10)

The following applications for commercial building permits have been filed by contractors on the seventh floor of City Hall, 455 N. Main, and The Sedgwick County Yard, Seneca and Stillwell.

People You Should Know (July 10, 2014)

Stacey Clark, vice president of Valley State Bank, has been named a distinguished graduate of the 2014 Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at Southern Methodist University, Dallas.

5 questions with Roger Mericle

Roger Mericle thinks there are three key things a commercial lender needs to do to land a deal.

Weekly business briefing (July 10)

Tennessee Titans player and Wichitan Kamerion Wimbley and his aunt, Valerie Mitchell, will celebrate the opening of their second Wings & Things restaurant from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at 331 W. 31st.

Davis-Moore Lincoln to open at new site Monday

Davis-Moore Auto Group has some busy weeks ahead of it, starting with the relocation of its Lincoln dealership, which is set to open in temporary space next week.

Citizens Bank drawn into political dispute via Facebook

A political dispute became a business one for Citizens Bank of Kansas on Monday.

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