Gabe Lozano, founder and CEO of LockerDome, is especially high on the driverless car concept. He thinks there’s no reason why St. Louis should stay non-aggressive on that front.
Open Data STL is working with the city and county to get records out of the filing cabinet and onto the web.
Tesla Motors, the electric car maker, says an amendment tacked onto a bill by the state Senate would shut it down by barring its direct-to-consumer sales model.
There may be a new license proposed for residential rentals in the county, but entrepreneurs are hoping that it doesn’t cause regulation of a source that they use.
One company is already based in St. Louis, but the others are from Kansas City, Nashville and Melbourne, Australia.
CORTEX wants a developer to build a residential tower, is preparing for IKEA and has Sen. McCaskill helping fund a new MetroLink stop.
U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill will host a Q&A about St. Louis’ role as a tech hub at CORTEX at 2:30 p.m. today.
Fledgling companies from four countries are one step closer to getting $50,000—in exchange for moving to St. Louis.
The St. Louis company was recognized by FORTUNE magazine.
Three high schools in the St. Louis area will share $1.3 million in grants to establish innovation programs.