Advertise:   712.224.5420

Chickasaw Nation business buys building for $7.8M

The Chickasaw Nation's economic development enterprise purchased a building in Norman, Oklahoma, for $7.8 million.

Chickasaw Nation Industries will use the 66,000-square-foot building to house employees. Some will be transferred from other offices but CNI expects to make 100 new hires.

CNI employs about 600 people in Oklahoma, The Oklahoman reports.

Get the Story:
Chickasaw Nation Industries buys building for $7.8 million (The Oklahoman 8/31)

Relevant Links:
Chickasaw Nation -

Related Stories:
Friendly BIA officials make land-into-trust easy (07/14)
Chickasaw Nation makes deal with Chinese automaker (7/13)
Chickasaw Nation to reach out to tribal entrepreneurs (05/11)
Oklahoma tribes considered top employer in state (04/13)
Chickasaw Nation seeks trust status for new land buy (03/20)
Oklahoma tribe hires ex-BIA official to lobby for land (12/01)
Chickasaw Nation complex to include fun center, gaming (03/12)
McCain takes on controversial topics in 109th Congress (03/07)
McCaleb calls Chickasaws savvy, not deceptive (10/26)
Official tells Chickasaw land-into-trust tactics (10/25)
Cole says Chickasaw Nation made promises on land (09/16)
BIA approves compact for gaming on former reservation (03/25)
Chickasaw Nation land purchases quadruple (03/23)
Hogen says Okla. tribes skirting federal gaming law (05/19)
Indian gaming law not always followed (5/14)
Okla. tribe leaps over Indian gaming hurdles (04/23)
Chickasaw Nation 'followed the law' (6/28)
Tribe's land approvals questioned (6/11)