A popular Halloween pop-up bar concept is returning to St. Louis next month with a new name and expanded operations.
The local fourth-generation family-owned retail chain has added a new location that also allows it to streamline distribution and expand product offerings.
Kevin King, who succeeded fired Saint Louis Bank CEO Travis Liebig, said the bank’s return on assets, return on equity and efficiency ratios are below peer banks of similar size.
Recent reports show good news in the construction industry — spending was up across most nonresidential categories in April, even in the face of recession fears. Spending on nonresidential construction totaled $1.05 trillion in April on a seasonally adjusted basis, according to an Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) analysis of data published by the U.S. Census Bureau on June 1. That’s up 1.9% from March and up 25.3% from April 2022. “Manufacturing-related construction spending growth…
A St. Louis developer has expanded in the Atlanta market with an industrial purchase near that city's airport.
Carol Daniel, a former anchor and reporter for radio station KMOX-AM in St. Louis, has been hired by nonprofit media organization Nine PBS as senior producer and host.
The Chesterfield-based, two-hospital health system has hired an executive with over 15 years of experience in health care to fill a C-suite post.
The number of departing flights for the largest carriers at St. Louis Lambert International Airport lagged 2019 numbers by 20%, but airport officials expect to land within 5% of pre-pandemic numbers by year’s end.
Changes in culture and tradition usually follow the same course as going bankrupt: very slowly and then very fast.
St. Louis drivers should prepare for a price jump at the pump, according to two of the leading gas price trackers. Both AAA and GasBuddy are warning drivers in the St. Louis area of an impending price increase as summer comes to an end. GasBuddy said prices could "spike anywhere from 50 cents to $1 per gallon over the next several days." A press release from GasBuddy said trade sources told them the short-term spike may be due to a refinery outage, but said "there are few details on the particulars…
“We are pulling back on hiring in a much more meaningful way than we had intended," Block's Chief Financial Officer Amrita Ahuja told investors.
The St. Louis Blues and Hubbard Radio have inked a five-year extension for the team’s games to be aired on 101 ESPN (101.1 FM) through the 2027-28 National Hockey League season
Pivot Bio has begun operating from its new “Product Success Center” in Hazelwood as it continues to build out the facility for manufacturing, as well as research and development, of products designed to serve as a replacement for synthetic fertilizers for crops.
One of St. Louis’ largest interior design firms has promoted a longtime employee to principal, promoted another interior designer and added a new interior designer as part of the company’s strategic plan.
The Baked Bear, a local ice cream sandwich shop, has closed, according to a Facebook post Tuesday.
Investor in stalled cargo project says Boeing can't demolish historic factory for Lambert airport expansion
The businessman behind a long-stalled international cargo project at St. Louis Lambert International Airport contends that a former airplane assembly factory can’t be demolished for The Boeing Co.’s $1.8 billion expansion plan.
From a young age, Dr. Ziyad Al-Aly wanted to work with data, but his father's battle with cancer inspired him to change paths. Now, as a clinical epidemiologist at the Veterans Affairs St. Louis Health Care System, he gets to do both.
This year's winners represent a wide variety of industries – from insurance to food and construction to advertising. Some are just transitioning from the first generation to the second, while others are four generations in and have found their groove.
One of St. Louis’ largest construction companies has named a new member of its leadership team.
Ambitious. If I had to choose one word that best sums up our 2023 class of Inno Under 25 honorees, that’s the word I’d choose.