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BioSTL, Washington University to develop Cortex building

BioSTL and Washington University are partnering to develop the Crescent building in the Cortex innovation district.
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Fed report is largely upbeat for St. Louis region

Economic conditions have continued to improve in the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis region, with a tight labor market, slightly higher employment and modest wage growth. Other developments, accor…
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Guerrilla Street Food opening shared location with Tropical Liqueurs this spring

Guerrilla Street Food will open its shared location with Tropical Liqueurs, located at 4104 Manchester Ave., in The Grove neighborhood, in late April or early May. The shared location is Guerrilla’s …
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Nvsted aims to solve startups' capital problem

Nvsted, pronounced "invested," provides a platform for St. Louis-based startups and early-stage companies to crowdfund capital from anyone.
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Clayton firm acquires Lake St. Louis shopping center for $16.5 million

Midwest Retail Properties, a Clayton-based private equity real estate investment firm, has acquired a Lake St. Louis shopping center.
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North Carolina research institute invests in PierianDx

Staying active on the deal front, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina-based research institute RTI International has invested in a St. Louis genomics company.
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St. Louis region rates poorly for air quality: Report

Both St. Louis city and county performed poorly in the American Lung Association’s latest air quality report. The ALA gave St. Louis County an “F” for its ozone grade in the organization’s State of…
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Missouri Blacks' Rate of Homicide Victimization Is Again Highest in U.S.

For the fourth year in a row, Missouri leads the nation in an unhappy statistic: the rate of homicide victimization for its black residents. Put simply, black residents of Missouri suffer…
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Bugged out by climate change

Warmer summer and fall seasons and fewer winter freeze-thaw events have led to changes in the relative numbers of different types of bugs in the Arctic, says Amanda Koltz, a postdoctoral fellow in Ar…
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Missouri Republican leaders call for Greitens to resign

Top Missouri Republican legislators are calling on Gov. Eric Greitens to resign. House Speaker Todd Richardson, Speaker Pro Temp Elijah Haahr and Floor Leader Rob Vesco issued a statement Tuesday ev…
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The challenges of religious diversity in a university context

One day, a law professor and a visiting scholar took a walk in St. Louis' historic Forest Park. A friendship, partnership and a unique class called "Religion, Politics, and the University” followed, …
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Coolest office spaces: Contegix takes its tech space to the next level downtown

Inside Contegix's 7,000-square-foot office in downtown St. Louis, employees are able to take advantage of a plush workspace and an open layout with multiple areas for collaboration. According to Mar…
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Singapore firm invests $3 billion to held fund Bayer/Monsanto deal

Temasek Holdings Pte, the Singapore-based state-owned investment firm, is investing $3.7 billion to help fund Bayer's pending $62.5 billion acquisition of Monsanto. With the investment, Temasek will…
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Emerson acquires professional tools business for $810 million

The business will be combined with Emerson's Ridge Tool Co. to create a $1 billion professional tools business.
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Barney Ebsworth, entrepreneur and art collector, dies

Barney Ebsworth, local business executive and art collector, has died. He was 83. Ebsworth launched the Intrav travel company in 1959, and took it public in 1995. In 1999 the company, which owned th…
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