Monthly Archives: May 2015

Three Missouri cities make list of best places to start a business

Springfield, Kansas City and St. Louis were all named to WalletHub’s 2015 list of the best places to start a business in the U.S., with Springfield ranking third best overall, Kansas ... Read More

Two Missouri cities make list of best places for tech jobs

Kansas City and St. Louis were both named to NerdWallet’s list of the best places for tech jobs, with Kansas City ranking at No. 31 best and St. Louis at No. ... Read More

Doing business 100 feet underground

Here’s a novel way to slash your business expenses in half: Relocate 100 feet underground. In the Midwest, many businesses have done just that. In states like Missouri, Kentucky and Pennsylvania, ... Read More

A new ranking names Missouri S&T a hidden gem

A promising new college ranking system that the Brookings Institution rolled out this week measures how well alumni perform in three economic measures: mid-career earnings, student loan repayment and what the ... Read More

Prime Inc. plans $50M headquarters expansion

Killian Construction Co. President Bill Killian said today the Springfield-based contracting firm was hired to build a $50 million expansion of Prime Inc.’s Queen City headquarters, 2740 N. Mayfair Ave. “This ... Read More

Allen Global to break ground on new HQ in Ozark

Allen Global LLC has scheduled a groundbreaking ceremony tomorrow in Ozark for its new $500,000 headquarters. Managing member Jerry Nichols said the 4,000-square-foot project – located at the southeast corner of ... Read More

Schnucks picks location for $100 million distribution facility

Schnuck Markets Inc. officials said Thursday they will begin construction this summer on a new distribution center, estimated to cost $100 million, in north St. Louis County. The St. Louis grocery ... Read More

13 Missouri companies on Forbes’ list of the “World’s Biggest Public Companies”

Thirteen Missouri companies have been named to Forbes’ 2015 list of the “World’s Biggest Public Companies.” The 2,000 companies on the list are ranked by: revenue, profits, assets and market value. ... Read More

From Cattle to Cars: Kansas City’s Transportation Hub

Kansas City, Missouri (not the one in Kansas) was once a famous stopover for shipping cattle back east, and its huge West Bottoms feedlots offered visitors quite a sight—and smell. Today, there ... Read More

Domestic/Rural Outsourcing Opportunities Abound in Missouri

PULSE interviewed four industry leaders in domestic/rural outsourcing throughout the United States for this edition of Hot Spot. They include: Rich Etzkorn, Executive Managing Director, DTZ; Monty Hamilton, CEO, Rural Sourcing, ... Read More