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Car-Sharing App Plans Friday Launch

Lyft plans a big launch in St. Louis on Friday, although the city—and its rules and regulations—could keep the red-hot car-sharing service grounded.


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High-Tech Apprentice Program Expands to St. Louis

Enstitute hopes to match college students or other Millennials who opted out of higher education with mentors from the St. Louis business community.


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San Francisco Start-Up Finds New Home in St. Louis

Need/Want is out with a new product, is moving more jobs to town, and is attracting some of their start-up friends here as well.


The SixThirty financial start-up accelerator program announces its first class on the 30th floor of downtown's Bank of America Plaza building on October 2, 2013. (KMOX/Michael Calhoun)

McKelvey’s SixThirty Picks First Four Startups for Accelerator Program

Four financial services startups from across the country and Europe make up the first class of SixThirty, the new St. Louis-based financial tech startup accelerator program.



Turning Business Dreams Into Reality

“Startup Weekend” is designed to help entrepreneurs start new businesses