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The St. Louis company’s Springfield office commissions second-floor infill work in the Brick City area.

The officers execute long-term incentive compensation plans.

Logic Forte and Datality Networks founder Jason Klein receives five years of probation and a $10,000 fine.

DigitMint Inc., a digital currency service, opened its third office, New York-style pizzeria The Big Slice LLC moved two doors down and Cape Girardeau-based Plaza Tire Service Inc. opened its second Springfield store.

A battle between Quikdine.Com Inc. and Lightning Delivery may not be over.

Jay Rasmussen, General Manager with Ameripride, says they lowered their turnover rate nearly 50% in a year's time.

DigitMint Inc. is clearing regulatory hurdles to operate the machine on the south side.

Michael Nesbitt, President of Nesbitt Construction, says he learned valuable lessons about work ethic and business from his father. Whether or not his father, Bill Nesbitt, founder of Nesbitt Construction, intended to prepare his eight-year old son …

A technology software businessman is charged in a 30-count indictment.

Tedrick Housh III of Lathrop Gage gives advice on what to do in the case of a cyberattack. 

St. Louis-based information technology staffing firm Envision plans to add 132 new jobs at its headquarters.

A 17-year employee takes over ownership from surviving family members.

Entrepreneur Jason Klein recently pleaded guilty to a federal charge for selling bitcoin. What did he do wrong? Web Producer Geoff Pickle checks in.

The St. Louis-based office technology company picks up some of Ricoh’s book of business.

Jason Klein could face up to five years in federal prison without parole under federal statutes.

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