Monthly Archives: July 2020

Two Missouri Universities Make List of Colleges That Pay Off Most In 2020

Washington University in St. Louis and Missouri University of Science and Technology are two of the top colleges in the U.S. that pay off the most according to a study by ... Read More

Health Innovation Company Awarded $1.95 Billion Order For COVID-19 Vaccine

Pfizer Inc. has received a $1.95 billion order from the U.S. government for 100 million doses of an experimental COVID-19 vaccine. Pfizer’s facility in Chesterfield, Missouri, is one of three of ... Read More

Kansas City, Missouri, Named Among Best Cities in US for Remote Workers

Kansas City, Missouri, is the third best city in the U.S. for remote workers, according to a recent study. The study looked at factors including cost of living, availability of high-speed ... Read More

Advanced Manufacturer Announces $8 Million Investment, New Jobs in Missouri

Armstrong World Industries (AWI) recently announced plans to invest nearly $8 million to grow its Architectural Components Group Inc. (ACGI) wood ceiling and wall operations in Marshfield, Missouri. The 50,000 sq. ... Read More

COVID-19 Vaccine Trials Set to Begin in Missouri

Missouri’s Washington University School of Medicine and the St. Louis University Center for Vaccine Development are joining clinical trials organized by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in response ... Read More

Aerospace Manufacturer Announces 60 New Jobs, $13.5 Million Investment in Missouri

R&S Machining Inc., an aerospace manufacturer, has announced plans to invest $13.5 million to grow their presence, and create 60 new jobs, in Missouri. The investment will grow two of the ... Read More

Missouri Scientist Receives $1.4 Million Grant for Smart Farm Research

A scientist at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in St. Louis, Missouri, has been awarded $1.4 million in federal funding to advance a fully automated crop monitoring platform. Danforth Center ... Read More

Chewy, Inc. Selects Missouri for ECommerce Fulfillment Center, 1,200 New Jobs

Chewy, Inc., a pet supply company, announced the opening of a new 800,000 sq. ft. eCommerce fulfillment center in Belton, Missouri. The online retailer of pet food and pet-related products say ... Read More

Missouri’s Kansas City Region Ranks High for New Investment, Business Growth

Kansas City, Missouri, is high on the list for officials guiding where companies locate new offices and facilities, according to a new survey. The Missouri city was among 11 mid-sized cities ... Read More

Missouri Company Ranked Best CRM Software Company by US News

Missouri-based customer relationship management (CRM) company, Less Annoying CRM, has been ranked the best CRM software of 2020, by US News. Less Annoying CRM is software built specifically for small businesses, ... Read More