Monthly Archives: January 2014

Ameren Missouri to build solar plant in O’Fallon

Ameren Missouri plans to add more renewable power to its grid with the construction of a 5.7-megawatt solar energy center in O’Fallon, Mo. The project will cost $10 million to $20 ... Read More

Warrensburg welcomes new automotive supplier, creating 164 new jobs

Janesville Acoustics to invest $13.4 million to open new automotive parts manufacturing facility in Warrensburg Gov. Jay Nixon, in Detroit for the North American International Auto Show, today announced that Missouri ... Read More

Kansas City’s Lead Bank expanding, expected creation of 12 new jobs

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) today announced that Lead Bank is expanding to Kansas City’s Crossroads district. The expansion will include a $3.6 million capital investment and is expected ... Read More

Gordon Food Service expands in St. Louis

In a sign that St. Louis’ restaurant business is thriving, national food distributor Gordon Food Service has quietly opened three brick-and-mortar stores in the metro area in recent months. Most recently, ... Read More

Missouri S&T Modular Reactor Consortium Funds Two Initiatives

Missouri’s multi-university Small Modular Reactor (SMR) Research and Education Consortium, led by Missouri University of Science and Technology, has selected its first two research initiatives for funding. The consortium, established in ... Read More

Launch Code: How 42 “Unqualified” People Landed Dream Tech Jobs in St. Louis

The state of the technology industry in St. Louis reads like a bad Craigslist missed connection: companies need people, St. Louis has people, but the two just can’t match up where ... Read More

AT&T adding jobs in St. Louis for U-verse expansion

AT&T plans to hire more than 60 technicians in the St. Louis area to assist in its expansion of its U-verse high-speed broadband, internet and TV service. The company is currently ... Read More

Advanced manufacturing company to open in Pomona

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) announced today that Robinson Laser, a manufacturer of laser cut steel parts, is locating to Pomona. The company will invest $1,289,000 to open the ... Read More

Freightquote will hire 400 in KC this year

Freightquote plans to hire 400 freight brokers at its Kansas City headquarters this year. The company said the additions are a response to its continued growth. The positions offer a base ... Read More

Construction of wind-energy transmission line to create Missouri jobs

The company behind the Grain Belt Express Clean Line, a high-voltage transmission line through Missouri and Illinois, announced partnerships with suppliers in Missouri that will create new jobs in the state. ... Read More

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