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Post Holdings eyes IPO for its Active Nutrition business

Post Holdings said Thursday it is pursuing an initial public offering for its Active Nutrition business, to be based in St. Louis. The Brentwood-based consumer packaged goods giant said the move wo…
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Energizer to buy Spectrum's auto care business for $1.25 billion

Energizer Holdings on Thursday said it is acquiring Spectrum Brands’ auto care business for $1.25 billion. The newly announced Spectrum Brands’ deal is subject to closing conditions, including regul…
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Panera to begin delivering breakfast

Panera Bread is launching breakfast delivery, starting with 381 cafes in 231 cities and towns nationwide, including in St. Louis. The St. Louis-based company plans to expand the service to an addit…
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Bi-State beats ex-worker’s corruption claims involving Dooley

A judge has dismissed an ex-Metro engineer’s claims that Bi-State Development cheated the federal government out of millions of dollars in grants
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St. Louis banks reduce in number and make more money, thanks to lower taxes

St. Louis banks, which have long lagged banks nationally in performance, caught up in the quarter ended Sept. 30 and made a lot more money.
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Loop Trolley delayed; officials host dedication ceremony

If you thought you'd get an official glimpse at the long-awaited Loop Trolley Thursday afternoon, you have St. Louis' inclement weather to thank for yet another delay. Officials suspended Thursday'…
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How Commerce Bank plans to get an edge amid a regional bank rush to DFW

St. Louis-based Commerce Bank has brought on a new Dallas market president in an attempt to grab a piece of the booming market for lending to mid-sized businesses here.
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Stifel to borrow from Uber's playbook for future growth

The company’s strategy, which its CEO calls “the intersection of advice and technology,” is designed to continue the more than two decades of growth at the downtown wealth management and investment b…
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Investigators to issue final report of fatal Southwest accident after hearing

The National Transportation Safety Board held an investigative hearing Wednesday discussing the facts around the April 17 accident where a passenger died on Southwest flight 1380 after an engine fail…
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Data blitz: Small business wage growth slumps in St. Louis

Hourly wages at small businesses in St. Louis have grown only 1.93 percent over the past year.
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New maps hint at how electric fish got their big brains

Washington University researchers have mapped the regions of the brain in mormyrid fish in extremely high detail. In a study published in the Nov. 15 issue of Current Biology, they report that the pa…
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Loop Trolley Opening Canceled Due to Snow, Proving Even God Is Against It

Today's scheduled opening of the Loop Trolley, which was set to ferry its first paying passengers at noon down a wholly redundant route already reliably serviced by the Metrolink, has been canceled d…
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Despite Wintry Weather, Robbers Push On

The snow has made just about everything impossible today — except getting robbed. Braving the first legit storm of the winter, an armed stickup man and his accomplice pulled a gun on a sixteen…
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Phallic-Shaped Snowstorm Has Come to Screw All of St. Louis

This rendering of the snowstorm has us feeling shivers. It’s from meteorologist Chris Higgins on Fox 2’s Facebook page and it sure does make you just want to stay in bed today, doesn’t it?……
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Lambert flights canceled, delayed as snow accumulates

More than 40 arriving and departing flights were canceled or delayed as of 6 a.m. Thursday at St. Louis Lambert International Airport, as the region felt the impact of a winter storm that moved in ov…
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