Industry Leaders Expect Construction Boom in St. LouisThey say even without an NFL stadium or a defense mapping headquarters the city will be in demand of construction employees.
Funding for Ferguson: Investments, Donations Add Up to Hundreds of Millions of Dollars"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.
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis: Younger Families Losing WealthMedian wealth for younger families down 28 percent, older families wealth up 40 percent since 1989.
Mayor Slay Proposes Revised Minimum Wage IncreaseAfter Mayor Slay’s $15 minimum wage plan was shelved in a committee, there is a new offer for a substitute plan.
IKEA St. Louis to Open Wednesday, Sept. 30Customers can begin lining-up at the store on Monday, September 28 – 48 hours in advance of the September 30 opening.
St. Louis County Police Officers Leaving for Better PaySince 2014, 58 St. Louis County police officers have left the department, and many say it's for better pay.
Market Tax Credits to Offer Financing Alternatives for ProjectsCongressman Lacy Clay's office announced $300 million in the new Market Tax Credits going to six St Louis area entities.
Thousands of Jobs Up for Grabs in Metro - Who Will Get Them?St. Clair County is hoping to wrest away the National GeoSpatial Intelligence Agency as it seeks to relocate from its current location near Anheuser-Busch.
800 More Jobs Coming to WentzvilleWentzville 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.
Stenger 'Optimistic' About Charter's St. Louis JobsHe says his staff was on the phone with Charter executives as soon as news of the purchase broke Tuesday morning.
Missouri Lawmakers OK Office to Advocate for Military BasesA measure that would create a new office to coordinate Missouri's efforts to retain military bases is headed to Gov. Jay Nixon's desk.
New St. Louis Initiative for Ex-Cons Includes JobsWhat's been dubbed an "unprecedented" effort to keep ex-cons from going back to prison is starting in St. Louis.