Nearly three months after the Missouri football team sealed its 2015 recruiting class, the road to finding the next batch of Tigers is underway.
The company has received millions in incentives from the state since it opened in Columbia five years ago, despite its inability to reach projected job numbers.
The report follows an earlier audit requested by Gov. Jay Nixon after an investigation by The Kansas City Star found faculty members submitted false data as a means to get the Bloch School's entrepreneurship program in the Princeton Review's top rankings.
A survey finds that the hiring of graduates with four-year degrees will rise 16 percent this year, however a report from last year by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco found that wages for college graduates have not increased at the same rate as overall wages.
Riback Supply Co. has 18 locations — 17 in Missouri and one in Kansas. Plumb Supply has 18 locations in Iowa.
The White House is backing a proposed rule that would require brokers handling retirement accounts to put the interest of their clients ahead of their own
With rising competition and changing consumer habits, the credit card company has been moving in the opposite direction of its competitors. It now has pre-paid debit cards and a no-annual-fee credit cart aimed at "everyday" purchases.
Taco Bell CEO Brian Niccol said breakfast has been holding steady at about 6 percent of sales. That's compared with between 20 and 25 percent for McDonald's.
Evidence shows that gender equity is good for business, yet many companies are struggling to adapt because of a failure to ensure that qualified women don't drop off the corporate ladder.
Tim Sylvester sees pavement as an electronic tablet with a concrete touch screen. The 33-year-old from Raytown, Missouri, envisions numerous technological upgrades for Interstate 70.
Refund anticipation checks rose to roughly 21.6 million in 2014, up 17 percent from 2011, according to IRS data provided to The Associated Press.
The cups were always "just the catalyst" for a larger discussion, and Starbucks will continue to move forward with its diversity and racial inequality campaign.
The new council includes members from Muse Clothing, Logboat Brewing Company, D. Rowe's Restaurant and other local businesses.
The 119-year old index announced another shuffle Friday, kicking out wireless giant AT&T and replacing it with technology company Apple.
In the past four years, hundreds of thousands of workers have returned to construction, making it among the nation's fastest growing job sectors.
The Department of Homeland Security is warning Lenovo users to uninstall Superfish software because of the danger from hackers. The software, a visual recognition program, is designed to aid online shoppers.
Although Americans support three key proposals from President Obama's State of the Union speech, they don't approve of the job he's doing to help the middle class.
Diana Kander learned her entrepreneurial spirit from her parents. The family started making dental products in their basement after they came to the United States from the Soviet Union in 1989, when Kander was 8 years old.
The deal would add Orbitz, CheapTickets and HotelClub to Expedia's list of assets, which already includes Hotels.com, Hotwire and Trivago.
The Columbia Mall RadioShack is one of more than 1,700 locations that RadioShack announced it would be closing in the near future.