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No More Girl Scout Cookies, Salvation Army Collections at SchnucksNo longer will you hear the bells of the Salvation Army around Christmas time nor will you see little girls with colorful posters selling Thin Mints.
Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Accelerator Picks Six New Start-UpsThree of the start-ups chosen are from St. Louis; the other three are from Seattle, San Diego, and Lincoln, Nebraska.
TechShop Hires Manufacturing Veteran Ahead of OpeningThe facility will boast more than a million dollars in professional equipment, including laser cutters, welding equipment, a wood shop, sewing machines and 3-D printers.
McDonald's Recalls Millions of Happy Meals Fitness BandsMillions of Happy Meal fitness bands are being recalled because they might cause skin irritation or burns to children.
Sprint Owes $2.3 Million to Illinois CustomersThe money comes from unused rebate checks issued between 2003 and 2011.
John Deere Says It's Laying Off 145 at Eastern Iowa PlantsUAW Local 838 shop chairman Tim Niedert told the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier that the layoffs came as no surprise.
St. Louis Fashion Fund To Announce Inaugural Design Class43 applications from 16 cities applied for the six spots in the incubator. The winners will be announced this Wednesday.
Black Press Champion George Curry DiesThe Alabama native made his mark in Missouri and around the globe
Motorcyclists Get New Kicks on Illinois Route 66Governor Rauner signs bill to create new license plate for bikers
Illinois Unemployment Rate Falls, Mirrors Workforce Rate
Next Phase of Ballpark Village Development Coming SoonThe much-anticipated details of Ballpark Village's second wave of development will be released soon.
Downtowns are Coming Back to Life, But What About St. Louis?There is a national trend of companies trading office parks for downtown high-rises.

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