Yearly Archives: 2013

Missouri Partnership Marks Five-Year Anniversary

Organization has attracted 45 businesses, created 5,000 jobs for Missourians The Missouri Partnership recently marked five years as the official business recruitment and marketing organization for the state. Since 2009, the ... Read More

How goes Emerald Auto’s plan to bring a van assembly plant and 600 jobs to Hazelwood?

With 1,000 or so job applications already on file, the leadership team of a startup that wants to assemble “green” delivery vans in Hazelwood understands the first question many have about ... Read More

Ford to hire 2,200 white-collar workers

Ford Motor Co., which turned in one of its most profitable years ever in North America in 2012, said it plans to hire 2,200 salaried workers in 2013, primarily in product ... Read More

Despite a gloomy 2012, logistics and transportation providers found opportunities in North America

Despite some bumps throughout the year, North America remained a bright spot in an otherwise dismal global economy. For 2012, the growth was slow but the region’s economies remained positive and ... Read More

Post Foods buys natural and organic cereal maker Attune Foods

Attune Foods, a San Francisco-based natural and organic cereals company, has been acquired by Post Foods. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Attune, which had $15 million in 2011 revenue, ... Read More

Netelligent, Datotel carry on local data center boom

In 2012, Netelligent moved its headquarters into a new 21,000-square-foot building, hired 24 new employees (bringing its total head count to 70) and booked record revenue of $33 million. Not bad ... Read More

Emerson unit to supply technology to Nevada solar project

Emerson Process Management, a business of St. Louis-based Emerson, has been awarded a contract to supply its Ovation technology for the Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project near Tonopah, Nev. Emerson’s technology ... Read More

Biotech jobs in St. Louis to be focus of special workshop

The biotech industry is expected to be one of the fastest growing employers in St. Louis in coming years, and St. Louis Community College wants its students to be part of ... Read More

More jobs for St. Louis IT workers

St. Louis IT professionals have seen a 13 percent pay increase in 2012 on average and can expect more well paying jobs in 2013, according to two reports out today. St. ... Read More

Missouri University of Science and Technology gets grant for solar education

Missouri University of Science and Technology will receive about $4.3 million from the U.S. Department of Energy to support innovative solar energy research and development. The funds will be used to ... Read More