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Nixon Will Travel to Cuba for Trades TripMissouri's Governor leads a delegation that will leave Sunday and return on June 1.
Old Bevo Mill Restaurant Has New DeveloperThe operators have committed to investing a minimum of $1 million in upgrades to the building.
Monsanto Rejects $62B Bayer Bid, But Still Open to TalksMonsanto rejected Bayer's $62 billion takeover bid, calling it "incomplete and financially inadequate."
Owner Wants to Keep Buster Brown Building From DemolitionIt is inside the footprint of the potential National Geospatial Intelligence Agency's western headquarters site.
St. Louis Taxi Commission Takes Aim at Uber AgainState lawmakers were expected to settle this issue once and for all, but neglected to take any action
Nixon Pushing Back on Newly Passed Tax BreaksThe biggest disagreement between Nixon and legislative researchers is over an income tax deduction for federal agricultural disaster payments.
Germany's Bayer Makes $62 Billion Offer for MonsantoThe German company said, it "is prepared to proceed immediately to due diligence and negotiations and to quickly agree to a transaction.''
Teamsters Rally In Support Of Schnucks WorkersUnion says 190 warehouse employees will be terminated as company hires firm to run new center this summer
Lucky's Grocery Store Looking at Location in Downtown STLThe chain describes itself as "organic for the 99 percent."
Bayer's Offer to Monsanto Faces Anti-Trust SnagMonsanto has some 20,000 employees, including its world headquarters in Creve Coeur and its Chesterfield research campus.
Aldermen Consider Tax Breaks for Downtown ProjectsNo vote was taken for now on either project.
Germany's Bayer in Talks to Buy Crop Seeds Company MonsantoSt. Louis-based Monsanto said late Wednesday that it was reviewing Bayer's proposal.

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