Monsanto Posts 4Q Loss, to Eliminate 2,600 Jobs to Cut CostsThe job cuts will reduce the company's 22,500-employee workforce of by about 12 percent over the next two years.
Nature Foundation Unveils $3.3M in Monarch Butterfly GrantsA consortium that includes agribusiness Monsanto and a national wildlife group says $3.3 million in grants are being doled out as part of an initial bid to stem the worrisome decline of monarch butterflies.
Monsanto Drops Syngenta Takeover BidMonsanto says it will remain independent.
Monsanto Invites Neil Young to Visit St. Louis HeadquartersMonsanto is firing back at rocker Neil Young over his mini-documentary that criticizes the St. Louis company for suing a farmer over his use of the company's Roundup Ready soybeans.
Monsanto CEO Reassures Commitment to St. LouisMonsanto Co. CEO Hugh Grant is reaching out to area business leaders to reassure them that the possibility of the company’s acquisition of Swiss agribusiness giant Syngenta AG would not spell the end of Monsanto in St. Louis.
Monsanto Meets With Syngenta Shareholders Syngenta AG recently rejected Monsanto’s second $45 billion buyout offer, but the company refuses to easily give up.
Syngenta AG Rejects Monsanto's Buyout OfferMonsanto’s second $45 billion offer to snap up Swiss agriculture and chemical giant Syngenta AG was rejected by the company.
Activist Group Taking on Monsanto, Missouri Botanical GardenDemonstrators say St. Louis based company's weed-killer is harming the Monarch butterfly population
Monsanto Named Best Place to Work for LGBT EqualityMonsanto has been named by the Human Rights Campaign as one of the “Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality.”
Monsanto Pledges $1M for North St. Louis CountyOne of St. Louis' largest corporations has pledged a total of $1 million to several nonprofit groups that work in Ferguson and other north St. Louis County communities.
Monsanto Faces Dual Threat After Intellectual Property TheftMonsanto is grappling with overseas intellectual property theft, though Fontbonne cyber security professor Al Carlson says the seed company doesn't just face a problem with those who'd like to steal what it does, but also those who'd like to stop what it does.
Monsanto One of "World's Most Admired Companies"The St. Louis company was recognized by FORTUNE magazine.