St. Louis Tech Comes Together to Re-Open Tech Shop in New LocationThe do-it-yourself industrial workshop that's considered critical to St. Louis becoming a start-up mecca is getting a new home.
Square Opening St. Louis OfficeThe company was founded in St. Louis in 2009 by Dorsey and Jim McKelvey.
SixThirty Announces Spring Start-Up InvestmentsOne company is already based in St. Louis, but the others are from Kansas City, Nashville and Melbourne, Australia.
Harvard Professors Get Rock Star Reception in St. Louis"I need at least a thousand new programmers right now to fill the jobs that we have," Square co-founder Jim McKelvey says
Charlie Brennan - Wednesday, January 15th - Jim McKelvey and Jerry Schlichter on Arch Grants Competition; STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; and Jennifer Chiaverini on "Mrs. Lincoln's Rivals"Charlie talks with Jim McKelvey and Jerry Schlichter about the Arch Grants 3rd Annual Global Business Plan Competition; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; and with Jennifer Chiaverini, author of "Mrs. Lincoln's Rivals".
LaunchCode's Coding Course Forced to Bigger StageAspiring computer programmers living in St. Louis are jumping at the chance to take a free intro coding course being offered by LaunchCode and the nonprofit EdX.
Square Payments Now Accepted in St. Louis TaxisThe mobile payments system, Square, invented by two St. Louis men, will soon be available for local taxi drivers to use.
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.
Charlie Brennan - Tuesday, August 27th - Jim McKelvey, Co-Founder of Square, Talks about LaunchCodeThe 22nd in a series on growing innovative entrepreneurism with Square and 3rd Degree Glass Factory Founcer Jim McKelvey,who discusses LaunchCode.
More Love for St. Louis' Startup SceneSquare co-founder, Jim McKelvey's, media tour touting St. Louis continued with an appearance on CNBC Wednesday.
Programmers Pair Up To Fill St. Louis Tech JobsJim McKelvey is teaming up with other local innovators and large corporations to pair inexperienced programmers with more experienced ones for a three-month period.