Nixon Announces $17 Mill for Tech Startup CompanyA technology incubator in downtown St. Louis called T-Rex receives more than $16 million from the state to foster technology growth.
St. Louisan Invents Countertop Draft Beer System, Raises $250kThe Kickstarter for the Synek System rasied $300,000 in the blink of an eye.
First Lyft, Now Airbnb? Entrepreneurs Fret Over RegulationsThere 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.
SixThirty Announces Spring Start-Up InvestmentsOne company is already based in St. Louis, but the others are from Kansas City, Nashville and Melbourne, Australia.
Car-Sharing App Plans Friday LaunchLyft 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.
High-Tech Apprentice Program Expands to St. LouisEnstitute hopes to match college students or other Millennials who opted out of higher education with mentors from the St. Louis business community.
San Francisco Start-Up Finds New Home in St. LouisNeed/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.
McKelvey's SixThirty Picks First Four Startups for Accelerator ProgramFour 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