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Newsmakers: June 24-30, 2019

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, arts, education, health care, municipal and supplier.

Newsmakers in the areas of education, health care, media, nonprofit, recreation, retail and technology.

Negotiations on a five-year lease end with purchase agreement in place for 2020.

Brett Roubal will take on newly created position in July.

Missourians will get $4.7 million, Attorney General Eric Schmitt announces.

The fully-occupied business incubator may add offices on the second floor.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, advertising, architecture, banking and finance, education and nonprofit.

School officials anticipate bump in attendance and funds on the heels of NCAA Sweet 16.

Jennifer Joslin’s background is in higher education advisement.

The deal allows students to more easily transfer for bachelor’s degrees.

Developer Curtis Jared is selling the school well below its valuation.

MSU, Drury and Evangel appoint technology, business and HR leaders.

Brett Roubal starts in July in the newly created position.

Legislators also approve MSU, OTC funding requests.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, construction, distribution, education, entertainment, health care, government and municipal.

Longtime MSU athletics donors say they plan to help build men’s basketball

Editor Eric Olson selects the best student housing that money can buy in the city.

Sixty-eight business and community leaders are chosen.

University officials boost marketing efforts for new naming rights agreement.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, banking and finance, education, engineering, manufacturing, municipal and retail.

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