Information Technology

World Wide Technology signs letter of intent to build $60 million headquarters at Westport

Officials with World Wide Technology have signed a letter of intent to build a new $60 million headquarters in Westport Plaza, said Bob O’Loughlin of Lodging Hospitality Management. The project, which ... Read More

LaunchCode to start national expansion with Kansas City location

LaunchCode’s plan to expand nationally is becoming clearer. Kansas City Mayor Sly James will on Tuesday announce his intentions of luring LaunchCode to Kansas City during his State of the City ... Read More

Google Fiber expands business service in KC

Google Fiber is dramatically expanding its small business service in the Kansas City area. Google Inc. announced that it has broadened its gigabit service for businesses to large swaths of the ... Read More

T-Mobile hosts job fair to attract 145 new Springfield employees

T-Mobile US Inc. held a Feb. 9 job fair at its Springfield call center as part of plans to hire an additional 145 customer service workers. Scott Goldberg, a spokesman for ... Read More

KC named among top cities for tech startups

Kansas City landed another list touting its tech stature. The City of Fountains landed among seven cities in “Screw the Valley: A Coast-to-Coast Tour of America’s New Tech Startup Culture,” written ... Read More

AT&T to hire 50 in Springfield

Dallas-based AT&T Inc.is hiring 50 employees for its downtown call center. The move to add U-verse service salespeople to the 600 St. Louis St. operation is part of a push to ... Read More

KC Fed will hire 200 techies

Demand for area tech talent continues to grow as the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City plans to hire a few hundred IT professionals in coming years. The bank hopes to ... Read More

KC tech firm rides growth to more jobs, office expansion

A record-breaking 2014 is facilitating hiring and office expansion at Kansas City-based Data Systems International Inc. The mobile supply-chain company, more commonly referred to as DSI, posted its second consecutive year ... Read More

Competition will give $50K each to 10 tech startups to move to KC

A new startup competition with some hefty state funding aims to further the Kansas City tech sector’s momentum. Nonprofit LaunchKC is introducing a competition that will dole out a total of ... Read More

Manufacturing, Biotech, and Technology Drive Growth in St. Louis

Written by: Marion During, Marketing Specialist | Missouri Partnership and Christopher Chung, CEO | Missouri Partnership [Originally published by Construciton Forum St. Louis] Though the city of St. Louis covers just 65 ... Read More