KMOX’s Carol Daniel talks to two St. Louis-area women about owning a business.
The QuikTrip that burned during the rioting has been torn down, and hundreds of volunteers recently fanned out to pick up trash and pull weeds around the city. But other businesses that were destroyed are still in shambles, and plywood boards still protect windows a year later.
The chairman cites difficulty in coordinating members’ schedules.
The late fee for a business license in the city of St. Louis would triple under a plan being pushed by the city license collector.
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.
Wentzville Mayor Nick Guccione says North Point Development is building a 1.3 million-square-foot logistics center that will also provide some warehouse space for the nearby G.M. plant.
Two tax measures that would benefit businesses based in Missouri are heading to Gov. Jay Nixon’s desk after passing the Legislature.
Durbin says if the result of a right-to-work law is reducing pay and preventing employees from collectively bargaining over workplace conditions, the idea “doesn’t do workers any favors.”
Rauner awarded licenses to 18 cultivation centers and 52 retail shops, which means Illinois’ first legal marijuana crop could be harvested this year.
The tips line has been busy, but no information leading to an arrest has panned out.