Dan Rockafellow

Community Bank and Trust

Community Bank and Trust in Neosho proves employee-ownership works. more »

Jun 3, 2013 in Articles

Courtesy ACT

Human Resources: Untapped Workforce

A federal grant helps people with disabilities find jobs. more »

May 27, 2013 in Articles

Courtesy Crown Linen

Century Business: Crown Linen

Crown Linen Service has laundered linens for more than 120 years. more »

May 20, 2013 in Articles

Read to Lead

Author Daniel Pink explores the psychology behind motivation. more »

May 13, 2013 in Articles

Casey Buckman

The Impacts of The Dodd-Frank Act

Two community banks share how the Dodd-Frank Act affects them. more »

May 6, 2013 in Articles

Courtesy Scottrade

The Midwest's Wall Street

Welcome to St. Louis--home of the Cardinals, America's beer history, and now home to the country's latest financial center. more »

Apr 29, 2013 in Articles

Big Gains in St. Louis

St. Louis is ranked second in its percent gain in financial services jobs from January 2007 to September 2012. more »

Apr 29, 2013 in Articles

Curt Dennison

Access to Capital

Two Missouri businesses share their financing tales. more »

Apr 22, 2013 in Articles

Access to Capital: Lending Rebounds

In 2012, more than $400 million in federally guaranteed loans were made to businesses in the state, creating some 5,000 new jobs and retaining more than 9,000 more. more »

Apr 22, 2013 in Articles

Missouri Chamber Calendar

Don't miss out on these annual conferences, seminars, and events hosted by the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry. more »

Apr 15, 2013 in Articles

Courtesy Missouri Chamber

Member Benefit: Legislative Directory

Missouri Chamber members receive a complimentary copy of the 2013-2014 Legislative Directory! more »

Apr 15, 2013 in Articles

Ameren customers face rate increase

If you’re an Ameren Missouri customer, your bill is about to go up. The Missouri Public Service Commission has granted the utility a 260-million dollar rate increase for Ameren’s electric customers. more »

Dec 12, 2012 in Articles

Study shows slow state economic growth

A new study shows Missouri’s economy will grow slowly over the next six months. more »

Oct 1, 2012 in Articles

How a Small Town in Missouri Became a Manufacturing Oasis

Check out this article from Forbes about the manufacturing oasis in Perryville, MO. This article is part of a series of stories focusing on the challenges facing traditional industries in cites and towns across the nation. more »

Aug 20, 2012 in Articles

Dred Scott inducted into Hall of Famous Missourians

The Missouri House of Representatives honored Dred Scott, a former slave who was at the center of one of the most important pre-civil war legal battles, with a bust in the Hall of Famous Missourians. more »

May 10, 2012 in Articles

See your legislators' grade at the midway point of the legislative session

An important part of a political campaign is having candidates state what they will do in office. Vows to help Missouri’s economy and create jobs are some of the more common promises – especially now, with the economy central in most voters’ minds. more »

Apr 9, 2012 in Articles

GOP senator looks to cut Missouri corporate income tax rate

The same state Senator who sponsored last year’s repeal of the Missouri’s corporate franchise tax is looking to cut corporate taxes even more. more »

Apr 3, 2012 in Articles

New Pipeline Coming to Missouri

A Canadian oil pipeline company is coming to Missouri, but it’s not the much-discussed Keystone XL project. more »

Mar 27, 2012 in Articles

Missouri jobs added and lost

As Gov. Jay Nixon touts the possible addition of 200 jobs in the southern part of the state, a Kansas City business made public its plans to put 150 employees out of work. more »

Mar 13, 2012 in Articles

State revenue collections jump in February

The state’s Budget and Planning Office published figures showing general state revenue collections in February sprung up more than 15 percent over last February. more »

Mar 9, 2012 in Articles

Workplace discrimination rollback heads to governor’s desk

In a strict party-line vote, the Missouri Senate has approved legislation to roll back the state’s workplace discrimination standards. more »

Mar 8, 2012 in Articles

Senate gives initial approval to workers’ comp reform

The Missouri Senate has given first round approval and is expected to pass later this week a bill changing the rules for the state’s worker’s compensation program. more »

Feb 15, 2012 in Articles

Ameren seeking rate hike

The state’s largest utility is asking for a rate increase to cover the costs of infrastructure upgrades, higher fuel prices and environmental improvements. more »

Feb 3, 2012 in Articles

Dems block Mo. ‘paycheck protection' billl

The Missouri Senate took it’s first stab Tuesday at passing a controversial bill that would keep public unions from being able to automatically withdraw dues from employee paychecks. more »

Jan 31, 2012 in Articles

Nixon stress high-tech jobs in economic development plan

With jobs continuing to be a primary focus of legislative attention in the state capitol, Gov. Jay Nixon on Monday unveiled a new economic development agenda aimed at creating new jobs. more »

Jan 9, 2012 in Articles

Built with Metro Publisher™