A number of Columbia projects have become successful through Kickstarter, a popular online crowd funding platform.
Women have regained many of the jobs they lost to the Great Recession. Men are still 2.1 million jobs short.
Upcoming events such as the release of the U.S. Jobs report, a possible military strike against Syria, elections in Germany, The Federal Reserve's September meeting and the borrowing limit expiring at the end of the fiscal year could have large impact on the financial industry this month.
G-20 summit leaders will likely discuss developing countries' concerns that emerging economies will restrain the global economy because of economic slowdowns.
Matt Fischer invites fellow entrepreneurs to weekly startup gatherings.
Wal-Mart Stores pledge to bring more manufacturing jobs to the United States by selling domestically produced goods in the "made in America" campaign.
The cafe closed its Boonville location inside the Hotel Frederick earlier this month to prepare for a new location in downtown Columbia.
A worker inside the store reached shortly before 9 a.m. Thursday said he did not know why the store had closed.
As many as 600 tenants cannot move into their Aspen Heights houses until at least Aug. 17, according to a spokesman. About 80 tenants won't be able to move into their houses until about mid-September.
Researchers speculate that every minute waiting at the gate could cost airlines as much as $30.
Maroua Jawadi will be traveling to Mexico to learn from experts on Latin American ice pops called paletas.
Some members of the Downtown Columbia Leadership Council have raised concerns about CVS's plan to build a drive-thru pharmacy at Providence Road and Broadway.
Coalition members say the deal could weaken domestic food safety, cause economic damage in rural communities and harm national security.
At a public information meeting Tuesday evening, CVS proposed a zoning change to allow a new store at the intersection of Providence Road and Broadway in downtown Columbia.
Twinkies and other Hostess snacks have returned after a hiatus caused by bankruptcy.
Scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2014, the Walmart on Campus store will offer groceries, convenience items and health and beauty products.
Chief Commercialization Officer Anna Lundvall said there isn’t any collagen with nanotechnology on the market now, which gives EternoGen a chance to break in.
The $133 million expansion calls for GM to build a new 114,000-square-foot stamping press. Construction will begin in July and the press is expected to be operational by early 2015.
The proliferation of student apartments boosts traffic for many businesses, but some residents worry it's too much, too quickly.
Express Scripts confirmed reports that the company plans to add 1,500 jobs at its headquarters near the University of Missouri-St. Louis. The deal is contingent upon tax incentives from St. Louis County and the state.