A company that produces meat substitutes will make its product available to Columbia stores July 1. Currently, the product is sold exclusively in Whole Foods stores across the country.
The natural and organic foods grocer plans to open its first location outside its home state, Colorado, in the former Osco building by the fall.
Monsanto Co. says it will add 36 new greenhouses, offices, laboratory space and "plant growth chambers," in an expansion planned for its research center in suburban St. Louis that could bring 675 jobs to the region.
The Boulder, Colo., grocer, which emphasizes organic foods, seeks to expand aggressively in the Midwest.
Passenger numbers on flights to Chicago and Dallas continue to run high, the city said.
Users who follow musicians can see other artists those musicians follow and can listen to 30-second clips of songs by them.
The proposal from MFA Oil Co. and 8 Ball Commercial to rezone 2.05 acres of land from agricultural to planned commercial property originally was met by heavy opposition from area residents. Some changed their minds after MFA made concessions. The council voted 5-2 to deny the rezoning.
An Oregon winery, a wooden toy company in Vermont and dry cleaners in Massachusetts have all found success by keeping the business in the family.
China-based Summitview Capital will invest $6 million in MU start-up Nanova.
The lawsuits included antitrust and first-generation Roundup Ready soybean patent lawsuits pending in U.S. federal court in St. Louis. The licensing deals include a multi-year, royalty-bearing license for Monsanto Co.'s next-generation soybean technologies in the U.S. and Canada.
If Bruce Cole is released, he will be placed under house arrest in his California home as he awaits trial.
The award helps pharmaceutical companies find reputable contract research organization partners best suited to work on different types of projects.
The state Supreme Court said its decision Tuesday marked the first time that it had considered whether the legislature could make a bill contingent upon the passage of separation legislation covering a different topic. Its answer was a solid "no."
This year, Just Born Inc. celebrates the 60th anniversary of Peeps with a new ad campaign on television and social media.
Developers hope the convenience store and gas station will appeal to a growing base of students living in nearby housing complexes.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hopes to turn the News Feed into something more like a newspaper tailored to the particular interests of each user.
Sales were "mind-blowing" on what is becoming some merchants' favorite weekend of the year.
The Dow Jones industrial average reached a new high Tuesday at 14,253.77. The highest since hitting a low of 6,547.05 in 2009.
Report from the Department of Economic Development Tuesday, says that trade, transportation and utilities sector the had largest decline with a drop of 2,700 positions.
Employee wellness programs might not save money for businesses but could provide other benefits, according to the study.