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Walmart, Target Launch Delivery Services to Compete with AmazonFor Target, the retailer is expanding its Target Restock program to eight new cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta and St. Louis.
Panera CEO Promotes New Kid's Menu with a DareThe CEO of Sunset Hills-based Panera Bread has a challenge for his fast food rivals.
Casino Queen Donates Large Reward for Information in Security Guard ShootingThe Casino Queen steps up to help find the suspects who shot their security guard and robbed the casino last weekend.
The Latest: Police Union Leader, Pizzeria Owner to MeetThe owner of a St. Louis-area pizzeria chain and a police union leader are seeking to arrange a meeting after the restauranteur's social media criticism of officers led to a boycott and hundreds of angry phone calls.
Can iOS 11 Record You Without You Knowing? Experts Say YesBeta testers of the iPhone's new software have voiced their shock at the ability to record friends on Snapchat without their knowledge.
Amazon Developing its Answer to Google GlassAmazon is developing Alexa-enabled glasses.
Protests May Actually Impress InvestorsThe President of St. Louis Transplants says it's not time to run from our regional problems
Stockley Protests Warding Off Conventions, EventsTourism and convention organizers say the ongoing strife over the Jason Stockley verdict is bad for business.
Hair Braiders Appeal Cosmetology License CaseThe attorney for a group of Missouri women who specialize in African hair braiding were back in court
Budweiser, Lyft Team Up to Offer 150,000 Free RidesPeople in 9 states, including Illinois and Missouri, are eligible for the promotion.
Rothman Furniture Closing All St. Louis LocationsRothman president and CEO Jay Steinback says the liquidation sales begin next month.
St. Louis Startup Debuts Mind-Controlled DronesSt. Louis tech start-ups are on a roadshow in San Francisco this week, surprising Silicon Valley about what's happening in the Midwest.

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