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Stinson names Mattson as new chief marketing and business development officer

Stinson named Jonathan Mattson its new chief marketing and business development officer.
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Revised 95Metcalf South plan includes Chick-fil-A's fourth location in Overland Park, 14th in metro

Approval of a revised preliminary plan with a slightly smaller Chick-fil-A site would bring 95Metcalf South to 378,343 square feet of total proposed commercial, restaurant and multifamily space.
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Pure Fishing's new lease at KCI Intermodal BusinessCentre means bigger facility

The fishing retailer's new distribution center represents the fifth Class A industrial building completed and leased at KCI Intermodal BusinessCentre, which could house more than 4 million square fee…
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Moneta's new Kansas City office already has $500M in AUM

Moneta Group Investment Advisors, a $23.7 billion-asset, fee-only registered investment advisory firm, has its sights set on becoming a leading player in the Kansas City area.
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Ambassador Hotel restaurant gets new look, rebrands as The American Reserve Bar & Grille

The Ambassador Hotel Kansas City, Autograph Collection has given its restaurant a makeover, a new executive chef and a new name.  Reserve Restaurant & Lounge at 1111 Grand Blvd. in Kansas City has r…
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Will you retire into a new chapter with confidence?

When 20 million people stopped contributing to their retirement accounts because of fear related to Covid-19, financial advisors around the world were left speechless. It was a clear indication that …
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Fraudulent Kansas unemployment claims surge from zero last year to 45,000+ this year

A fraud scheme the likes of which the Kansas Department of Labor has never seen has engulfed the state's unemployment system. The state labor department has blocked at least 45,000 fraudulent paymen…
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Russell-Stover wedding gives Kansas City chocolatier a reason to celebrate

The Kansas City-based chocolatier provided Russell Stover-themed attire, wedding favors, custom boxes of chocolates, commemorative champagne flutes and a custom cake for a New Hampshire couple with a…
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KCK Taco Trail features nearly 50 restaurants offering authentic tacos

The "KCK Taco Trail," a mapped-out trail of around 50 local taquerias, will launch on Thursday. As the go-to destination for authentic tacos, the Kansas City Kansas Convention and Visitors Bureau's n…
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International Express Trucking acquires intermodal division of Double VV

Founded in 1993 as a customs courier company, International Express Trucking expanded into the intermodal sector in 2001. Now, it has acquired a fellow Kansas City, Kan., company's intermodal divisio…
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Mahomes saves the day: Player's foundation, Chiefs agree to split $100,000 cost to host voters at Arrowhead Stadium

Although using Arrowhead Stadium as a polling location has been talked about for weeks now, a key detail needed to be worked out: how to pay for it.
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Diode Ventures, Enfinite Capital sell $200M+ solar farm to global renewable energy leader Acciona

Monday's announcement is the first known sale of a renewable energy project involving the two area companies.
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Olathe man gets 15 months for embezzling from Palmer Electric Co.

A former Palmer Electric Co. employee was sentenced to 15 months in federal prison for stealing more than $280,000.
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Hill's Glory Gold designs shoes for the 'boardroom to the red carpet'

Founder Tanise Hill shares how she got her start and what lured her into premium designer shoes.
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'Coolest Thing Made in Kansas' competition sends Garmin, a KC-area underdog to semifinals

The Kansas Manufacturing Council's "Coolest Thing Made in Kansas" competition is down to the final four Kansas-made products, which includes two Olathe companies on opposite ends of the bracket.…
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