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Regrowing damaged nerves hinges on shutting down key genes

School of Medicine neuroscientist Valeria Cavalli studied mice neurons to learn how cells regrow after injury. Her findings could one day lead to better treatments for spinal cord injury. The post Re…
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Developer plans apartments, new office at former city school building

Advantes Group plans to redevelop the former school building into a multifamily property with 32 one-bedroom units and five two-bedroom apartments. The developer will also construct an ancillary offi…
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See renderings of Billy Busch's new brewery in Defiance

William K. Busch Brewing Co.'s new brewery and distillery, to be built on Blue Heron Farm in Defiance, Missouri, is expected to be complete in spring 2020, company officials said Monday. The St. Cha…
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Want to buy a home in your dream St. Louis neighborhood? Here's what you need to earn.

To see what is driving the wave of California residents moving out of the state, look no further than the price of housing; the Golden State dominates the list of U.S. neighborhoods with the most exp…
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Enterprise Bank & Trust names St. Louis market president

The move is one of several executive team promotions.
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Armstrong Teasdale’s Cousins launches strategic advisory firm

Steve Cousins, a bankruptcy lawyer at Armstrong Teasdale for 38 years, is launching a firm to provide strategic advice to companies nationwide, including clients of the law firm.
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Wash U. Protesters Seeking $15 Hourly Wage Tell Chancellor 'Don't Be a Grinch'

Wearing Christmas hats, Washington University campus workers and student activists marched around campus Friday, singing altered Christmas carols to urge administrators to raise university workers' w…
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Bunge CEO to step down

Bunge Ltd. (NYSE: BG) on Monday said its chief executive officer Soren Schroder, who has served as CEO since 2013, will step down. Schroder will continue in his role until a successor is named, the c…
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Game Over For Political Candidate's Events at Bevo Mill Pinball Bar

Pinball is getting political in Bevo Mill. Tony Pecinovsky, a candidate for alderman in the 14th Ward, had planned to start meeting voters on Thursday nights at the Silver Ballroom. But …
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Central West End restaurant to close

The Tavern Kitchen & Bar, located at 392 N. Euclid Ave., will close its doors following service on Dec. 31, the restaurant confirmed on its Facebook page. The owners, Jon Fogarty and Brant Baldanza…
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Retail center acquired for $2.95 million

Rock Road Equities LLC, an investment entity under St. Louis-based Nasrallah Global Real Estate Services, has purchased a retail shopping center in St. Ann, Missouri for $2.95 million. The seller of …
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2 former St. Louis police officers admit to federal corruption charges

Mark Taylor and Marlon Caldwell admitted to accepting bribes from a local chiropractor and his wife in exchange for un-redacted accident reports while serving as police officers for the city of St. L…
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New Markets Tax Credits can open doors, facilitate growth for Arizona businesses seeking financing alternatives

Whether it’s time to expand to a new market, expand operations or open a new location, most businesses need a loan at some point. Traditional loans work well for many financing needs. But there are o…
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Trustees elect new board member, hear report from Wrighton

At the Board of Trustees meeting held Thursday and Friday, Dec. 6 and 7, the trustees elected a new trustee and received a report from Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton. The post Trustees elect new board m…
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Inside look: GM's Wentzville plant keeps up with Colorado demand

General Motors' Wentzville assembly plant keeps trucking along.
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