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.
Matt McCormick, a Texas native, started as president of the Columbia Chamber of Commerce on Feb. 5.
The combined carrier will be called American Airlines and will be based in Fort Worth, but US Airways CEO Doug Parker will run it.
The Chamber of Commerce will host a launch party at 4 p.m. at Columbia Regional Airport.
The Board of Adjustment voted unanimously Tuesday to issue a conditional use permit that will allow the operation of a micro distillery in North Central Columbia.
The flights to Florida have proved popular since they began in November. The airline will offer them on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays beginning in April.
Dave Griggs, a Columbia businessman who has served as county commissioner and REDI chairman, has extensive contacts in Boone County civic life. While many view his advocacy of incentives as altruism, some are wary of his influence.
Good Jobs First, a Washington-based nonprofit, issued a report Thursday criticizing the practice of offering tax incentives to persuade businesses to relocate to new states, including Missouri and Kansas.
REDI's conference features 10 business success stories to inspire a new generation of entrepreneurs.
Lithium batteries that can leak corrosive fluid and start fires have emerged as the chief safety concern involving Boeing's 787 Dreamliner.
The Missouri Department of Revenue is making debit cards, which are cheaper than distributing paper checks, an option for tax refunds.
The FAA action came on the same day that Japan's two biggest airlines — which fly almost half of the world's 50 787s — voluntarily grounded them pending full safety checks.
The settlements could compensate Americans whose homes were seized because of abuses such as "robo-signing," when banks automatically signed off on foreclosures without properly reviewing documents.
Business owners say preservationist John Ott is a visionary landlord unafraid to get his hands dirty.
A new restaurant called Cafe Poland is opening this week at 807 Locust St., serving up pierogies, sandwiches and borscht.
The Columbia Regional Airport's runways must be lengthened and improved for service and safety reasons, said Gregory Cecil, chairman of the Airport Advisory Board.
Political budget compromise before New Year's deadline appears unlikely.