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St. Louis job growth pauses in May after two strong months

By David Nicklaus St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Hiring remains healthy in construction and manufacturing  Read more

Amazon begins hiring 1,500 employees for new, robot-equipped facility in St. Peters

By Annika Merrilees St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The city of St. Peters previously owned the land the new facility occupies Read more

Former Minor League Baseball and Rawlings exec Hunzeker named president of St. Louis XFL team

By Ben Frederickson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

A St. Louis native and University of Missouri graduate is pivoting from a career in baseball to lead the XFL football team in St. Louis. Read more

License dispute over Missouri's last abortion clinic heads to state commission

By Jack Suntrup St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Lawyers for Planned Parenthood argue the state had no basis to reject its license. Read more

Citigroup kills some card perks as it unveils new reward options

By Jenny Surane, Bloomberg

Competition has begun to plateau in recent quarters as card issuers focus more on profitability Read more

Greensfelder law firm's CEO dies in biking accident

By Griffin Fletcher St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Timothy Thornton was the lead lawyer for Greensfelder in 2007 when it won a landmark lawsuit involving the cost overruns of the MetroLink expansion to Clayton and Shrewsbury Read more

Powell says economy facing growing uncertainties


Powell did not commit to a rate cut but says the central bank will closely monitor incoming data Read more

Wayfair is supplying beds to detention centers for children; employees protest

By Abha Bhattarai Washington Post

The furniture giant says it is ‘standard practice to fulfill orders for all customers.’ Read more

A rural Missouri hospital has a plan to stay alive, but the federal government is objecting

By David Nicklaus St. Louis Post-Dispatch

USDA wants to be paid ahead of Iron County Medical Center's other creditors Read more

Judge approves St. Louis Rams seat license holder settlement of up to $24 million; deadline to file is Aug. 23

By Robert Patrick St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Payouts should begin in December, lawyers said Monday. Read more

Longtime St. Charles County economic development CEO Prestemon retiring

From staff reports

A nationwide search is planned to identify Prestemon’s successor Read more