Monsanto Co. plans a $400 million expansion at its suburban St. Louis research center that could add 675 jobs over the next three years.
Two separate House committees simultaneously heard arguments for and then rejected proposals to adopt a central component of President Barack Obama’s health care law.
The 1.5 million dollar expansion of the region’s busiest trauma center will begin in February.
Looking for big ideas, the St. Louis Zoo is asking the public to make suggestions on how to use the recently-acquired 13 acre site of the old Forest Park hospital.
The plan would have allowing the building of five more casinos in Illinois.
Quinn says the expansion will create good paying jobs and help fuel the state’s economic recovery.
Integrated Manufacturing Technologies expects to spend $3 million on the 45,000-square-foot expansion.
A $39 million expansion at the TG Missouri auto supply plant in Perryville will result in 200 new jobs.
Project will take a year, with workers replacing badly aging stonework.
GM has said the expansion will create up to 1,850 jobs for the region.
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