St. Louis-Based Peabody Energy Files For BankruptcyPeabody blames low coal prices, weakness in China's economy and regulatory challenges.
These Are the St. Louis Area Sports Authority Locations ClosingThe retailer says it plans to close or sell about 140 stores and two distribution centers.
Arch Coal Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy ProtectionArch Coal Inc. says its mines will remain open and its employees should not be immediately affected by the bankruptcy process.
Developer McKee Faces Auctions for Unpaid DebtsMega Developer Paul McKee faces two auctions Monday to satisfy his unpaid debts, amid questions about the future of McKee's stalled Northside Regeneration project.
Former Mamtek CEO Denied Reduced BondFormer Mamtek CEO Bruce Cole was denied request by judge and currently is awaiting trial.
Change Inevitable for Mo. School Transfer LawReining in the expensive Missouri school transfer law could see some changes coming from the state legislature this year.
Wood River-Based YTB Emerges From BankruptcyThe travel marketing firm's assets were sold to Jamraval Inc.
Peabody Reaches Deal With United Mine Workers Over Retiree BenefitsMiners have been loudly protesting at the base of Peabody's downtown headquarters for months, after spin-off Patriot Coal filed for bankruptcy and put retiree health benefits in question.
Bankrupt Coal Company Imposes Cuts Amid Bargaining "Patriot and the UMWA are continuing to meet in a diligent effort to resolve the outstanding differences," the company said.
Judge Rules in Favor of Patriot CoalMonths of protests by United Mine Workers of America did not pay-off for those workers.
Large Portrait Studio Chain Files For Bankruptcy CPI Corp., a St. Louis-based operator of more than 2,000 U.S. portrait studios that abruptly closed its outlets last month, has filed for bankruptcy.
16 People Arrested at Patriot Coal Bankruptcy HearingThe legal tussle being argued this week may be the most-contentious issue tied to Patriot's Chapter 11 bankruptcy.