Monthly Archives: April 2014

DED announces Pepsi MidAmerica will expand to Cape Girardeau, expected creation of 74 new jobs

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) announced today that Pepsi MidAmerica will expand to Cape Girardeau and construct a new customer service center in the Greater Cape Girardeau Business Park. ... Read More

Martinrea Riverside expands to Missouri, creating up to 290 new jobs

Gov. Jay Nixon today joined officials from Martinrea Riverside LLC and local elected officials to break ground on the company’s new Missouri manufacturing facility, located near I-635 in Riverside. The global ... Read More

Global manufacturer 3M invests $18.7 million to expand in Nevada and create 22 new jobs

Global manufacturer 3M is once again strengthening its ties to the Show-Me State with a $18.7 million expansion project and an additional 22 new jobs at its Nevada location, Gov. Nixon ... Read More

University of Missouri Recognized for Green Power Use

The University of Missouri ranked among the largest users of green power, according to two lists recently released by the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Green Power Partnership. The university is ranked ... Read More

Four Missouri restaurants make list of top 100 U.S. brunch spots

Four Missouri restaurants made OpenTable’s list of the country’s top 100 brunch spots. Included on the 2014 Diners’ Choice Awards list of the Top 100 Best Restaurants for Brunch in America ... Read More

Washington University makes major solar commitment

Washington University in St. Louis is moving forward with a bold and impactful plan to increase solar output on all campuses by 1,150 percent over current levels by this fall. The ... Read More

TripAdvisor names two Missouri cities as top U.S. travel destinations

After sorting through millions of reviews, TripAdvisor has released its 2014 top travel destinations lists and two Missouri cities made the Top 25 U.S. destinations list: Branson ranks at No. 19, ... Read More

Ford Transit vans start rolling off line in KC

Ford Motor Co. drove its first Transit van off the line Wednesday at the Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo. The Kansas City Assembly Plant underwent a $1.1 billion investment by ... Read More