Boone County officials are considering whether to restrict new subdivisions along private roads.
Radio host, financial author and motivational speaker Dave Ramsey and his team offered tips on running small businesses through the EntreLeadership seminar on Friday.
Mamtek CEO Bruce Cole is accused of using bond revenues to avoid foreclosure on his Beverly Hills, Calif., home and misleading financiers about Mamtek's troubled operations.
The Securities and Exchange Commission also sued Mamtek U.S. CEO Bruce Cole and his wife, seeking financial penalties.
Walgreen Co. has completed a deal that involves the purchase of 144 stores in the mid-South from Stephen L. LaFrance Holdings Inc.
Two motels have failed to meet the international fire code and the city ordinance to install manual fire alarms despite a one-year period that they had since the initial inspection.
Even though it's taller than the iPhone 4S, it's lighter, thanks to a new screen technology that makes the whole phone thinner.
Principal on the bonds for improvements to the electric distribution system and parking garages will now be paid. Previously, the city of Columbia only paid the interest on the bonds.
City Manager Mike Matthes' upcoming 2013 budget would raise commercial and residential building permit fees for the first time since 1996 if passed.
After Friday's hailstorm, car dealerships in Columbia have had to adjust to the effects the weather had on their inventory.
The Columbia City Council approved block grants, which will be used to fund various community projects. Four organizations that applied for the grant were denied.
The Council members discuss about altering the passed ordinance on Tuesday which excludes subdivided properties from redevelopment status.
MBA students used data about ticket sales, television revenue, donor contributions and fan spending to conduct a study on the economic impact of Missouri's move to the SEC.
The Downtown Business Incubator opened Wednesday afternoon and will become a space for entrepreneurs trying to build businesses.
A new downtown business incubator has its opening ceremony on Wednesday.
Columbia's workforce says the 118-year-old holiday is a celebration of what American laborers have created.
Historic preservation tax credit projects in the Columbia area totaled $88.8 million over the past decade, according to a report commissioned by the city of Columbia. Every public dollar spent generated $4.40 in private investment, the study found.
The variance will allow North Light LLC to include doors in a firewall between its apartments and the city-owned Short Street garage.
Matt Kitzi, Missouri's commissioner of securities for more than five years, has been tasked with protecting investors in the state. His recent election to a national organization of state regulators may increase his profile.
The Missouri Soybean Association will be allowed to construct a storage building on South Rangeline Road as long as the lights are shielded. Still, neighbors are concerned about the building's impact.