“These big industry players don’t care about any effect on Oklahoma City or Tulsa,” said Dollarhide, CEO of Tulsa-based Longbow Asset Management Co., which owns SandRidge Stock.
“They don’t care about contributions to the community or feeding the hungry here. This is all to help their returns. They want to maximize the value for their clients. They want to make sure they can feed their families and that they can worry about feeding the hungry and supporting the arts community in their towns.”