KMOX’s Carol Daniel talks to two St. Louis-area women about owning a business.
Data Dog measures your stress level by factors like heart rate, location and time, then sends the info to your smartphone.
“One year later, we have $480 million in new investment and nearly 1,000 new jobs,” says Sheila Sweeney, interim CEO of the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership.
Town and Country says “No” to a Tim Horton’s restaurant and Reliance Bank in a residential area.
Nixon says the trips ultimately are good for the state, “whether it’s in the trade agreements that we’ve done or the relations that we build or just also thanking organizations which have invested significant money” in Missouri.
Almost a year after the Michael Brown riots, Knowles says the city is still working to pressure some business owners to clean up their properties.
For the first time in more than 40 years, McDonald’s plans to close more restaurants in the U.S. than it opens.
Fiber optic cables placed under the Loop Trolley roads could be even more beneficial to the community than the trolley.
Some find it way too hard to start a business in St. Louis. So, there’s a plan to be proposed at the Board of Alderman meeting on Friday, to make business licenses easier and cheaper to acquire.
Mayor Slay has announced his plans to raise the minimum wage to 15 dollars an hour in St. Louis by 2020.