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  • Associated Press

Company reported adjusted earnings of 66 cents per share, higher than the 63 cents analysts expected

Emerson's Automation Solutions business combines business segments as the company looks to shed slower-growing assets. 

Producers looking to lower costs and new projects are expected to invest in wireless sensors and controls

The appointment is part of the company's restructuring. 

Group will use $221 million for construction and $29 million for a maintenance and operations endowment.

Shares are incentive for restructuring and succession planning

The announcement may mark an end to the effort to turn the old Olivet Missionary Baptist Church, on the east end of the Delmar Loop, into the long-discussed African American Cultural Center.

Repairs and renovations targeted for low-income seniors and others in need.

A group that wants to make corporate political spending more transparent is giving Monsanto high marks for its disclosure practices.

  • By Christine Byers and Stephen Deere
    St. Louis Post-Dispatch

City has amassed deficits since since the police shooting of Michael Brown in 2014.

Company has no further comment on Frank Steeves' resignation.

Ferguson-based company expects strategic moves to be completed by Sept. 30, 2016

He helped judges when legislators attacked their budget.

Proposals failed to win majorities at Ameren, Express Scripts and Emerson

St. Louis has 9 companies on the list, the same as last year

Departure follows friction over a friend's high-profile lawsuit against Wells Fargo  

  • By Gerry Ortbals

Lambert's ownership must be restructured so city doesn't control it any more.

  • From staff and wire reports

Ferguson-based company earned 75 cents per share in fiscal 1Q versus 65 cents a year earlier.

COO Edgar Purvis succeeds Ed Monser, who remains president of Emerson. 

CEO also got $9.4 million stock grant that will show up in fiscal 2015