Monthly Archives: July 2015

Missouri hospitals prove why the Show-Me state is amongst the best in healthcare

Missouri Hospitals proved why the Show-Me State is amongst the best in cutting edge healthcare. Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis led the way as it was named to the US News ... Read More

Sunfarm Food Service expands in St. Louis, creating 15 new jobs, DED announces

ST. LOUIS—Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) today announced that Sunfarm Food Service has expanded its facility. The company invested $820,000 to relocate to a 20,000-square-foot facility near the North Riverfront ... Read More

Chicago IT firm will move HQ to KC, raises $3.5M

A Chicago-area privacy solutions firm praised by Edward Snowden will move its corporate headquarters to Kansas City by the end of the year and plans to close on a $3.5 million ... Read More

Summer program at St. Louis university gives science students a boost

Some incoming freshmen at Harris-Stowe State University are getting their first taste of college life — and a crash course in math and science. Kimon Chapman conducts an experiment in a ... Read More

TriWest Healthcare Alliance to open new hub location in Kansas City and create 500 new jobs

TriWest Healthcare Alliance’s new multi-million dollar service center will help military and veterans better connect with health care 7-31-2015 | Kansas City, Mo. — Missouri Governor Jay Nixon is joined by ... Read More

Missouri’s gross domestic product rises

Missouri’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) totaled over $284 billion in 2014 according to advanced data estimates from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. Missouri GDP increased by 2.8% in current dollars ... Read More

Kansas City and St. Louis named best places to live

Kansas City was recently named the best place to live in the U.S. according to LookyLocal. St. Louis also made the list, ranking at No. 10. “A big plus about Kansas ... Read More

NORDYNE plant will not close, will be used as warehouse

Poplar Bluff, MO  – Nortek Global HVAC (formerly NORDYNE) announced on July 2 the company is shifting its central warehouse operation back to their Poplar Bluff location. While original plans were ... Read More

Connecticut’s pain is Liberty’s gain: 400 Hallmark jobs

Hallmark Cards Inc. is consolidating the operations of its Connecticut distribution center, which will create about 400 full-time jobs in Liberty. The current Enfield, Conn., facility opened in 1980 and employs ... Read More

Kraft plans $114 million Columbia expansion

Kraft Foods is seeking a 75 percent property tax break for 10 years on a planned $114 million investment in equipment and infrastructure at its Columbia plant. The Columbia Board of ... Read More