Gov. Nixon says the $3.5 billion package puts Missouri near the top of the list but VP George Roman wouldn’t say if that is true.
After months of legal wrangling and false starts two domestic horse slaughter, plants in New Mexico and Missouri were working Monday to begin processing equine for human consumption.
The jobs are there — the people aren’t. Tech savvy jobs that require people to code are becoming increasingly popular, and according to Founder and CEO Michael Palmer those jobs are only going to become more popular.
The Burgundy Book, a quarterly snapshot of the local economy, shows a decrease in unemployment, which is fueling that positive sentiment.
Some insist Missouri made a positive impression on business leaders merely by trying to get Boeing to locate its 777X plant in the area.
Mount Olive’s school board and the teachers’ union met for five hours Saturday and announced the agreement.
“I talk to him regularly and every time I’m in his ear, ‘let’s get some things started’ because definitely our community needs it”
Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones says the liability limits are a priority for the 2014 session.
“I really think this is, the coming year, a good opportunity to take a step back and examine the tax code and the incentives in Illinois,” Gov. Quinn says.
Boeing’s machinists union in the Seattle area is now saying that the company withdrew its latest 777X contract offer, leaving union members nothing to vote on.
A former Western Electric telephone factory in Midtown is being renovated into an office and laboratory space called @4240.