Yearly Archives: 2013

St. Louis Arch Angels among most active investor groups nationwide

In 2012 the St. Louis Arch Angels investing group was lauded as one of the most active in the region.Now, the Arch Angels are being recognized as one of the most ... Read More

Leading North American aluminum producer to invest $45 million in New Madrid plant

Noranda Aluminum Holding Corporation, a leading North American producer of aluminum, will significantly expand the footprint of its smelter in New Madrid, Gov. Jay Nixon announced today. The facility expansion includes ... Read More

New manufacturing company to set up shop in Harrisonville

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) announced today that Staying Home Corporation, a manufacturing startup company, will set up operations in Harrisonville. The new company is investing more than $1.8 ... Read More

Expedia to add up to 100 new jobs in Springfield

Online travel leader to host a job fair to meet with local talent later this month Expedia, Inc., the world’s leading online travel company, today announced plans to add up to ... Read More

Danforth Plant Science Center announces $45 million expansion

The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center on Monday announced a major $45 million expansion that will accommodate 100 new scientists and help further cement the center’s global reputation. The center’s board ... Read More

Companies to co-open new facility in Chillicothe

Project expected to create 87 new jobs, Gov. Nixon announces IBC North America and Clean Tide Container will co-open a new facility in Chillicothe to manufacture and refurbish intermediate bulk containers, ... Read More

Aegis to hire 300 people for Joplin call center over next four months

Aegis Limited announced plans today to hire 300 people for its Joplin call center over the next four months. It is part of a larger initiative by the company to hire ... Read More

Missouri Technology Corporation helps to recruit research triangle park-based biotechnology startup

The Missouri Technology Corporation (MTC) today announced a significant investment in an agricultural biotechnology startup company through its Missouri IDEA Funds. MTC made a $175,000 investment in Benson Hill Biosystems, a ... Read More

Gov. Nixon applauds plans by Cerner to expand its Missouri campus, add up to 15,000 jobs

Gov. Jay Nixon today applauded an announcement by Cerner Corp. that the company is taking the first step in moving forward with plans to extend its Missouri campus and bring between ... Read More

2 Mo. universities to research small reactors

Two Missouri universities will be conducting nuclear energy-related research in a consortium founded by Westinghouse Electric Co. and Ameren Missouri. The Small Modular Reactor Research and Education Consortium will be led ... Read More