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Super Car Guys opening third dealership in former Joe Self Used Cars south-side space

Ride Auto Group, the company behind two Super Car Guys dealerships, is adding another one.

Rural clinic operated by Via Christi Villages closed

A rural health clinic in Victoria operated by Via Christi Villages closed July 1.

People You Should Know (July 17)

Matt Mullin has joined Kennedy and Coe as an associate.

Commercial Building Permits (July 17)

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.

Bankruptcies (July 17)

All bankruptcies are Chapter 7 unless otherwise noted and have been rounded to the nearest dollar.

Weekly business briefing (July 17)

Physician Samrah Mansoor and Mansoor Tahir will have a grand opening and open house at AFC/Doctors Express urgent-care franchise from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at 3161 N. Rock Road, Suite A. The event will include water bottle giveaways, free meningitis vaccinations for the first 25 children and a raffle for a free kayak. The event also will serve as a fundraiser for the Meningitis Foundation of America and to raise awareness about the disease. The urgent-care clinic’s normal operating hours will be from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week.

Textron’s Scorpion attracts attention at Farnborough (VIDEOS)

Textron AirLand's new Scorpion tactical jet is getting a lot of attention at the static display at this week's Farnborough International Airshow.

Cargill to stop using growth-promoting antibiotics in turkeys

Cargill said Tuesday that it would remove growth-promoting antibiotics from all turkeys grown by the independent farms from which the company buys its birds.

Payday Motors to open in the former Lubbers East space in Andover

WICHITA — Payday Motors is going to be opening in the former Lubbers East space in Andover.

Bombardier exec sees brighter outlook for smaller business jets (VIDEOS)

It's been a slow recovery for the light end of the business jet market, but in the last three months the prospects for planemakers have grown a little brighter, Eric Martel, president of Bombardier Business Aircraft, said Tuesday during a break at the Farnborough International Airshow.

Textron’s Beechcraft acquisition ‘everything we expected,’ says CEO (VIDEOS)

Textron’s acquisition of Beechcraft Corp. and the subsequent merger of Beechcraft and Cessna is going well, Textron CEO Scott Donnelly said in an interview at the Farnborough International Airshow.

Airbus leads Boeing in orders announced at Farnborough

Airbus Group extended its lead over Boeing on the second day of the Farnborough Air Show by pulling in a record deal for single-aisle jets and bolstering sales of its new wide-body A330neo.

Spirit AeroSystems’ aftermarket, support and service business on display at Farnborough

Spirit AeroSystems is highlighting its aftermarket, support and service business at its exhibit this week at the Farnborough International Airshow outside London.

Wichita real estate officials view latest ranking of ‘abandoned’ homes with skepticism

Wichita has the distinction of having the highest percentage of vacant foreclosed houses in the nation, according to a report from an online company, but area real estate officials said Monday that the numbers don’t say much – if anything – about the state of the area’s housing market.

'Til We Meet Again closes at Towne West Square; company still in business

WICHITA — It's a reluctant Nathan Smith who shares 'Til We Meet Again's latest news.

Airbus kicks off Farnborough air show with A330neo launch

Airbus announced the launch of its A330neo, an upgraded A330 to compete with Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner, as the Farnborough International Airshow kicked off Monday.

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.

A conversation with Brian Stemple

Brian Stemple was medical equipment salesman when, a few years ago, his aunt had a stroke. When his parents arrived to make decisions about ongoing care for her, they struggled to figure out what level of care was needed and where to take her.

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.

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