Yearly Archives: 2015

Three St. Louis business centers make list of top 100 coworking spaces

Three St. Louis business centers were named to Symmetry50’s list of the top 100 coworking spaces in the U.S. T-Rex is ranked at No. 18, CIC is ranked at No. 37 ... Read More

10 Missouri companies make 2015 Fortune 500 list

Nine out of the 10 Missouri companies to make the 2015 Fortune 500 list are based in the St. Louis area. They include: Express Scripts at No. 22; Emerson at No. ... Read More

Ferguson Municipal Public Library named 2015 Library of the Year by Library Journal and Gale

Recognized for Outstanding Courage, Service and Commitment to Community in Crisis Dilip Vishwanat | St. Louis Business Journal Ferguson Municipal Public Library of Ferguson, MO has been named the 2015 Library ... Read More

Three Missouri companies’ CEOs among highest rated of 2015

Three Missouri companies’ CEOs have been announced as winners of Glassdoor’s annual Employees’ Choice Awards for the Highest Rated CEOs in 2015. Glassdoor split the ranking between large companies—having 1,000+ employees—and ... Read More

Construction begins at Kawasaki

Construction is well under way at the Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp. U.S.A. plant, where crews are continuing to pour a massive 12-inch-thick ceramic concrete floor for what will soon become a ... Read More

Kansas City’s Negro Leagues Baseball Museum named one of the 10 best baseball pilgrimage sites

Looking for a place to take dad for Father’s Day? Check out Kansas City’s Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, which was recently named one of the 10 best baseball pilgrimage sites outside ... Read More

Best College Values 2015: Truman State University ranks high for good academics, affordable prices

Consumers Digest magazine released Monday its rankings of the top 100 best value colleges. Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri, came in at No. 1 on the list of public colleges ... Read More

National project will push exporting in Kansas City area

By the end of the Brookings Institution’s Global Cities Initiative, Kansas City will join ranks with 27 other areas as a major metropolitan exporter. The Global Cities Initiative, a program funded by ... Read More

Financial services company to open office in Kansas City and create 18 professional jobs

The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) today announced that Ameritas Investment Corp., an affiliate of Ameritas Life Insurance Corp. (Ameritas), has opened a public finance office in Kansas City and ... Read More

British company to expand divisional headquarters in downtown St. Louis and create new jobs

Gov. Jay Nixon recently announced that Bull Moose Industries, a subsidiary of UK-based Caparo Group, founded by The Rt. Hon. Lord Paul of Marylebone, will expand its North American headquarters in St. Louis and create up ... Read More