For the eighth year in a row, Fortune has named St. Louis-based Enterprise Holdings’ Pam Nicholson one of Most Powerful Women in Business at No. 22.
A company spokeswoman said Wednesday that the rental car company plans to hire positions in information technology and administration.
Jim McKelvey is teaming up with other local innovators and large corporations to pair inexperienced programmers with more experienced ones for a three-month period.
The St. Louis-based vehicle rental company said that Pamela M. Nicholson, a 32-year veteran of Enterprise Holdings, has been named CEO.
The acquisition’s the latest example of traditional car-rental companies expanding into the car-sharing business.
Enterprise-Rent-A-Car now says it will support federal legislation aimed at increasing oversight of how car rental firms manage safety recalls.
St. Louis Auto Show visitors can get an up-close look this weekend.