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The owners are expanding with another 280-square-foot space off the square.
School officials attempt to create a better value for students.
The banking company’s full-year net income falls as a result.
The ex-workers are attempting to rally a class-action suit, while the owner also prepares litigation.
Amazon announced yesterday the 20 finalists for the site of its planned second headquarters.
The Missouri Senate on Thursday confirmed three of Gov. Eric Greitens’ appointments for various positions.
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley’s office filed lawsuits alleging violations of the state’s Sunshine Law that guarantees public access to government records.
HSBC, Europe's largest bank, agreed to pay more than $100 million to settle a U.S. criminal investigation.
American Express on Thursday reported a quarterly net loss of $1.2 billion.
For the week ended Jan. 13, initial claims for state unemployment benefits dropped by 41,000 to a seasonally adjusted 220,000.
Jeff Small, a former spokesman for the city of Ferguson and reporter for KSDK-TV, was charged this week with meth possession.
Eric Hirshberg is exiting Activision Publishing in March after eight years working as its CEO.
Andrew Wilson of the Show-Me Institute calls on legislators to cut tax credits.
Net income available to common shareholders rises 16.5 percent to $310.4 million.
Nonfarm industries drop 1,600 jobs in December, according to the state Department of Economic Development.
The Springfield accounting firm picks up a Texas company and hires an 18-year tax attorney.
Wyndham Worldwide Corp. (NYSE: WYN) signed on to purchase La Quinta Holdings Inc. (NYSE: LQ) for $1.95 billion in cash.
Apple plans to build a second corporate campus and hire 20,000 U.S. workers in an expansion driven by federal tax cuts.
Federal prosecutors are accusing a former personal assistant to a top Goldman Sachs executive of stealing $1.2 million worth of his wine.
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The 21-year-old is working to graduate in May while cultivating her small business.
“We’re doing really complicated math, forecasting way in the spring, what we’re gonna need in inventory by what date,” says Shawn Askinosie, the Founder and CEO of Askinosie Chocolate. The …