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KCI Construction wins $33 million Blanchette bridge rehab bid

By Mark Schlinkmann St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The firm is suing 2 subcontractors on the I-44 bridge project in Shrewsbury, seeking at least $3.1 million for "deck and design deficiencies." Read more

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Months before work wraps up, north St. Louis Superfund site gets added to EPA 'emphasis list'

At the Carter Carburetor site, $30-million cleanup actions have already been in motion for six years. Read more

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Guess who's coming to Ballpark Village? New tenants include steakhouse and baseball-themed retailer

Hotel to open by March and apartment building expected to be complete by the middle of 2020.  Read more

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Clayton-based Belden announces cost-cutting, sale of media technology business

Belden, a communications equipment company, has owned Canada-based Grass Valley, a television production and broadcasting equipment business, since 2014. Read more

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St. Louis unemployment falls to record low of 3.1%

Rate is lowest since at least 1990, and probably lowest in 50 years Read more

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MIT agrees to pay $18 million in suit over retirement plan fees

Schlichter firm sued university in 2016 on behalf of employees and retirees Read more

Nicklaus: GameStop trading is more cautionary tale than morality tale

Individual traders as heroes? Short-sellers as villains? Stock market reality isn't that simple Read more

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United Way elects SLATE chief to board

Howard Hayes, executive director of the St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment (SLATE), will become part of the charity's fundraising efforts. Read more

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Chesterfield ag company says New York investor will help it grow

IN10T's data platform connects other ag companies with farmers Read more

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Yelp: Nathaniel Reid Bakery top dessert spot in Missouri

Based on the number and quality of reviews posted to its site, Yelp has selected the Kirkwood sweets spot as having the best desserts in the state. Read more