Monthly Archives: September 2014

Centene to build claims center in Ferguson, creating up to 200 jobs

Centene Corp. on Tuesday announced plans to build a claims processing center in Ferguson, Missouri. The move will create 150 to 200 full-time jobs, which will come with health care, dental ... Read More

DED announces expansion of KC architecture firm

Generator Studio, a Kansas City architecture firm, will invest more than $200,000 to grow its local footprint. The company’s expansion project is expected to create up to 10 new, high-paying jobs ... Read More

HNTB celebrates 100 years in Mo., with expansion of KC headquarters, creation of 40 new jobs

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) today announced that HNTB Corporation is renewing its century-long commitment to doing business in Missouri with an expansion of its downtown Kansas City headquarters ... Read More

Red Monkey investing $3.4M in HQ move to Republic

Spice manufacturer Red Monkey Foods plans to invest $3.4 million in its new Republic headquarters. In the move from Mount Vernon, Red Monkey will bring about 128 jobs to Republic’s Brookline ... Read More

Washington University lands a top spot in U.S. News ranking

Washington University in St. Louis ranked at No. 14 in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking of the top national universities, which was released on Tuesday. According to the ... Read More

DED announces expansion of St. Louis craft Brewery

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) today announced that Brew Hub will open a new craft brewery in Chesterfield. The company’s expansion includes a $16.8 million capital investment and is ... Read More

Scottish technology firm opens St. Louis office

MiiCard, an online identity verification firm, has decided to establish a permanent presence in St. Louis after participating in the SixThirty accelerator program last year. MiiCard, based in Edinburgh, Scotland, was ... Read More

Wentzville GM plant adding third shift, 750 jobs

General Motors will add a third shift to its plant in Wentzville for pickup and van production, bringing 750 new jobs to the facility. The third shift will begin in early ... Read More

Two Missouri cities on list of 100 Best Places to Live

Columbia and Springfield have been named to Livability’s list of the top 100 Best Places to Live in the U.S. Columbia—home to the University of Missouri—is ranked at No. 50 with ... Read More

Musial Bridge named a top 10 transportation project

Acting Transportation Secretary Erica Borggren recently announced the Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge has been chosen as one of 10 finalists in a contest to select the country’s top transportation project, ... Read More