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Lawsuit claims Anheuser-Busch drove down value of Portland craft brewer ahead of merger deal

The St. Louis-based brewing giant is accused of using its influence over the Portland, Oregon-based company's distribution network to drive down its stock price and revenue.
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These St. Louis banks led the way in PPP lending

At Enterprise Bank, PPP lending was an all-hands-on-deck project, and it paid off.
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Amazon to open its first retail store in the region at local mall

Customers will be able to buy top-selling, new and trending products from the e-commerce giant at this St. Louis mall.
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Here's how STLCC students can take a free class this fall

St. Louis Community College is offering new and current students three free credit hours this fall. The offering is available through the Take a Class on Us CARES Scholarship program to students who …
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'Prime redevelopment' site hits the market in Central West End

Located at Lindell Boulevard and Taylor Avenue, it's less than two blocks from major apartment developments such as The Euclid and the One Hundred.
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Insurers score an early win in litigation over Covid-19 losses

An industry trade group described it as the first "dispositive motion ruling" in a case seeking business interruption coverage for Covid-19 losses.
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Why this software development firm is launching a nonprofit for one of its technologies

OCI has established the Micronaut Foundation, a nonprofit entity designed to promote and progress development on a free, open-source software development framework called Micronaut.
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With courts closed, more than 100 St. Louis law firms sought PPP loans. Here are some of the biggest.

The roster of PPP applicants includes 14 of the region's 25 biggest law firms.
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St. Louis-area hospital receives more than $8.4M from businessman's estate

Norman Harty, a resident of Dexter, Missouri, was the president and owner of 10 branches of First Commercial Bank across southeast Missouri. Harty, who passed away in 2017, also founded N.B. Harty Co…
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'I'm pleading with people:' St. Charles County executive encourages face masks as cases spike

St. Charles County reported 105 new Covid-19 cases Thursday, a new single-day record as cases there continue to rise. "I'm pleading with people, please wear a mask," St. Charles County Executive St…
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Kirkwood High School Alumni Allege Years of Sexual Abuse

Trigger Warning: The following story includes accounts of sexual abuse, which may be upsetting to some readers. Sexual assault allegations against multiple former Kirkwood High School teachers ha…
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St. Louis Police Clear Occupy City Hall STL Protest Camp

St. Louis police and maintenance workers cleared a protest camp in front of City Hall early this morning. Arriving shortly before 4 a.m., dozens of officers moved in and ordered people to leave.…
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Harris-Stowe to offer three types of classes as part of fall reopening plan

Harris-Stowe State University will offer three types of classes for students, in addition to implementing other safety measures this fall, as it prepares to welcome back students during the pandemic.…
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Parents unsure about city's Covid-19 guidelines in school reopening plan

On March 21, Gov. Mike Parson ordered all classrooms in Missouri to remain closed through the end of the year as coronavirus cases climbed. Four months later, the St. Louis Department of Health rele…
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Suspect on the loose after man stabbed at St. Louis Lambert International Airport

A suspect is on the loose after a man was stabbed at St. Louis Lambert International Airport Thursday evening. According to Will Becker, a Lambert spokesperson, a man was standing outside door No. 5…
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