Monthly Archives: November 2011

Teva Venture to Boost P&G

Procter & Gamble and Teva unveiled details of a joint venture to develop branded generic medicines. P&G also boosted its full-year earnings guidance to include contributions from the venture, as well as a gain from the planned divestiture of Pringles. ... Read More

Miscanthus Mania

Just a few months into the development of its miscanthus-growing Biomass Crop Assistance Program project areas, solid biofuels producer Aloterra Energy LLC sees the BCAP program’s job creation goal rapidly coming ... Read More

GM to make pickups in Wentzville

Missouri's once robust auto industry is making a comeback, with more good news Thursday: General Motors will add pickup trucks to its line of products made in Wentzville, creating more than 1,200 new jobs. ... Read More

Union Pacific rolls out new Missouri built rail car

Union Pacific unveiled today its new AutoFlex rail car, built and designed at the company’s De Soto plant. The 90-foot-long AutoFlex, which carries vehicles, can be transformed from two to three ... Read More

Caterpillar to remanufacture parts for Danish wind turbine maker Vestas

Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has signed a 10-year deal with U.S. industrial group Caterpillar under which the American company will recondition turbine parts to boost Vestas' servicing capabilities. ... Read More

Delta, Southwest plan new flights out of Kansas City

Delta Air Lines and Southwest Airlines plan new nonstop flights from Kansas City International Airport. On Monday, Delta Air Lines Inc. (NYSE: DAL) announced what will be Kansas City’s only nonstop ... Read More

Lafarge cements deal to move unit to KC

A unit of Lafarge said Wednesday that it will move its offices — and 50 jobs — to Kansas City, the Kansas City Business Journal reports. Lafarge Cement North America’s River ... Read More

IDEXX Laboratories acquires the RADIL Laboratory for the University of Missouri

IDEXX Laboratories, Inc. today announced that it has acquired the research and diagnostic laboratory (RADIL) business of the College of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Missouri for $43 million in ... Read More

New business to locate in Salisbury

On Monday the Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation, Chariton County and the city of Salisbury announced that JC Solutions LLC, a producer of agricultural products, will locate its manufacturing and packaging ... Read More

Ralcorp’s Post spinoff to add 150 jobs in St. Louis

Post Holdings Inc., the branded cereal business being spun off by Bill Stiritz’s Ralcorp Holdings Inc. , will create at least 150 jobs locally, most of them in downtown St. Louis. ... Read More

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