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Pandemic results in even more rapid change for customer payment options

Consumers grew accustomed to the convenience of paying with a digital wallet during the pandemic. Now, they expect more businesses to offer it. "That’s real convenience, and it’s not going away," pay…
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Sporting Kansas City plans return to full stadium capacity

Sporting Kansas City plans to sell tickets for the full load of 18,467 fans starting May 29, up from about 6,500 under its current social-distancing requirements.
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Messenger Coffee readies for Plaza grand opening

Messenger Coffee Co. is readying for its grand opening on the Country Club Plaza, which marks its first expansion beyond its flagship location on Grand Boulevard in Kansas City.
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Revised Bluhawk Sports Park plan scores in Overland Park

The first phase of Bluhawk Sports Park, within the eponymous $1 billion mixed-use project in Overland Park, could see a construction start in the third quarter, with an opening between the fall of 20…
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Hostess Brands crafts new role: chief growth officer

Lenexa-based Hostess Brands Inc. hired an industry veteran to fill the newly created role of chief growth officer.  Dan O’Leary most recently was a group general manager of retail prepared foods for…
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Federal regulators conduct investigation into sales practices at U.S. Bank

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is investigating consumer sales practices at U.S. Bancorp, according to a quarterly filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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Hoefer Welker designs Kansas' first facility for alternative cancer treatment

Hoefer Welker designed the new treatment facility within the University of Kansas Health System, one of only 38 proton therapy centers in the U.S. It's scheduled to open in January.
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OneDigital Retirement + Wealth's latest acquisition adds $600M in assets

OneDigital Retirement + Wealth's acquisition spree continues with the addition of $600 million in assets from a New York-based wealth management company.
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Rufus Teague, Boulevard Can-O-Que collaboration brews success again

The 2019 collaboration between the sauce-maker and brewery was so successful that the companies decided to team up again. This year's sauces are spicy, sweet and fruity.
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St. Louis wins another early round in earnings tax dispute

A judge has denied a bid to have him change the city of St. Louis' form that allows residents to seek refunds on its 1% earnings tax. The ruling is part of an important lawsuit, filed in state court…
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Kansas City Southern fends off 'mini-tender' offer to buy bundle of shares

The railway urges its shareholders to reject an unsolicited "mini-tender" offer that would sell 500,000 shares of a stock.
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T-Mobile lags on hiring promises made during merger with Sprint

T-Mobile's CEO said the company's plans for hiring initially were delayed, but it aims to bring in thousands of new people in the coming months.
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Kansas may allow to-go cocktails to stay after pandemic ends

Kansas will permanently allow restaurants, bars and clubs to sell to-go alcoholic drinks if Gov. Laura Kelly signs a bill that was sent to her desk Friday. The state House and Senate both approved…
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Port KC quietly advances deals for boutique hotel, more apartments at Berkley Riverfront

A Port KC committee on Monday recommended sale agreements with unidentified apartment and hotel developers in the Berkley Riverfront area.
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