Former Mamtek CEO Denied Reduced BondFormer Mamtek CEO Bruce Cole was denied request by judge and currently is awaiting trial.
Secretary Of State Kander Takes Legal Action Over MamtekKander says Morgan Keegan told investors that the bonds for the plant were secured by Mamtek's patents when the company didn't have any patents.
Ex-Mamtek CEO Appearing in Court on Fraud ChargesThe hearing set to begin today will determine whether the Missouri attorney general's office has submitted enough evidence to put Bruce Cole on trial.
Bank says Mamtek Sale Raised $1.8 MillionBank officials say an auction of equipment at a failed sweetener plant in Moberly has so far raised less than 5 cents for every dollar spent to finance the project.
Ex-CEO of Mamtek Fights Extradition to MissouriCEO Bruce Cole remains jailed in California after refusing to be extradited to Missouri to face charges over a failed business planned for Moberly.
Judge Sets Bond for Mamtek CEO at $500KA central Missouri judge has set bond at $500,000 for a failed artificial sweetener company's CEO who was charged this week with theft and securities fraud.
Update: Missouri Senate Approves Tax Credits CompromiseTax credits to attract amateur sporting events to the state
Lawmakers Call for More Scrutiny on Economic Development ProjectsHouse committee members investigating failed Mamtek project approved a bill placing greater due diligence standards on officials investigating future economic development projects.
Mamtek Investigation Results OpenedThe report makes a point of stating the panel's finding that the DED did not do its due diligence while investigating Mamtek.,
Mamtek Investigation ContinuesThe Mamtek project fell through after the company defaulted on a $39 million bond payment to Moberly after promising to create around 600 jobs by building an artificial sweetener plant. .
Missouri Firms Seek Involuntary Bankruptcy for MamtekUMB Bank and four creditors filed a case in federal bankruptcy court in Kansas City.
Missouri Jobs Chief Defends Review of Sweetener MakerEconomic Development Director David Kerr said it's an inefficient use of state money to second-guess the assertions made by a business.