Oklahoma business briefs for May 17

ExxonMobil gives to state higher education
ExxonMobil and its XTO Energy subsidiary employees, retirees, directors and surviving spouses contributed more than $413,000 to 10 Oklahoma colleges and universities, the company said Thursday.Read more on NewsOK.com

ExxonMobil gives to state higher education

ExxonMobil and its XTO Energy subsidiary employees, retirees, directors and surviving spouses contributed more than $413,000 to 10 Oklahoma colleges and universities, the company said Thursday.
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