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The Bass Pro founder plans to rehabilitate the property and open it to the public.

Walmart Chief Operating Officer Judith McKenna is being promoted to CEO of the chain's international unit, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.

Nine of the 12 members of the National Park System Advisory Board resigned their posts Monday.

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema yesterday announced lower ticket prices for some movie times in Springfield.

Ferrero SpA, the Italian maker of Nutella, agreed to buy Nestle's U.S. confectionery unit for $2.8 billion.

Officials with Japanese public broadcaster NHK said Wednesday a staff member accidentally sent out an alert about a North Korean missile fired at Japan.

After rising to nearly $20,000 just two months ago, bitcoin dropped below $10,000.

Gov. Eric Greitens' administration yesterday announced the creation of a rural broadband manager position to coordinate efforts statewide.

Washington State quarterback Tyler Hilinski was found dead yesterday in a Pullman, Washington, apartment.

The boutique hotel is adding a second building and a rooftop bar.

The business is purchased by a pair of Utah promoters, who plan to reopen it under a new name next month.

The data center is adding 4,500 square feet of server storage space, as well as additional redundancy systems.

Co-owner Johnson Tan says a new concept may be coming to the 2925 E. Battlefield Road restaurant site.

Co-owner Tom Muetzel speaks during SBJ's 12 People series.

Trump Hotels is reportedly refusing to leave the Trump International Hotel in Panama City after its owners decided to change the name of the property.

Energizer agreed to pay $2 billion to buy Rayovac batteries and other products from Spectrum Brands.

BP announced it would incur a new $1.7 billion charge in the fourth quarter and pay $1 billion of that in 2018.

Mike Shanahan, former owner and chairman of the St. Louis Blues NHL franchise, died Monday. He was 78.

Citigroup announced it will boost pay for women and minorities in an effort to close gaps in the United States, United Kingdom and Germany.

Members of the U.S. military this week will see their largest pay increase since 2010.

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