Monthly Archives: July 2014

St. Louis is a winner in financial jobs growth

St. Louis ranks fifth nationally in job gains in the financial services industry, according to a Forbes study. The cities ranking first through fourth are Phoenix, San Antonio, Austin and Nashville, ... Read More

StationDigital leaves LA for St. Louis

StationDigital Inc., an Internet radio and digital broadcast platform based in Los Angeles, said Monday it is moving its headquarters to St. Louis. The company said it’s relocating to take advantage ... Read More

Brewer Science expands to create printable electronics in Springfield

An exciting high-tech expansion at Jordan Valley Innovation Center in downtown Springfield. Brewer Science is using it’s new space to develop next generation printable electronics that will be used in things ... Read More

Lee Biosolutions expands with new building in Maryland Heights

Lee Biosolutions, a biotech company that collects biological materials to produce finished proteins, is expanding and has bought a Maryland Heights building. The company purchased a 40,786-square-foot building at 10850-62 Metro ... Read More

St. Louis-based IT firm expands local operations

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) today announced that a St. Louis-based information technology consulting firm will expand to a larger facility and increase local employment. GadellNet Consulting Services, LLC, ... Read More

Boise Cascade will open distribution center

Boise Cascade Co. is expanding in the Kansas City metro area. The Idaho-based company is opening a distribution center in Lee’s Summit at 221 N.W. Chipman Road. The 25,000-square-foot warehouse sits ... Read More

Customer Direct Announces Significant Operations Expansion into Arnold

Chesterfield, Missouri-based Customer Direct (parent of Guest Directsm), North America’s leader in contact center services, today announced plans to open a second operations facility in Arnold, MO. Customer Direct’s bilingual agents ... Read More

St. Louis One of the Top 5 Cities Stealing Jobs from Wall Street

When we think about American finance, the default image is of a pinstriped banker on Wall Street. But increasingly financial services is shifting away from the traditional bastions of money. In ... Read More

Nine Missouri hospitals named “most wired” in the U.S.

Hospitals and Health Networks have named nine Missouri hospitals among the “most wired” health systems in the country. The annual list includes: Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City; Citizens Memorial Hospital ... Read More

Missouri is one of 8 States Building Better Pathways From High School to Careers

Eight states are tackling a growing disconnect between the nation’s education system and its economy by exposing more middle-school and high-school students to jobs, making education relevant to careers, and beefing ... Read More