Columbia gas prices averaged $3.10 Thursday, a 42-cent decrease from the 2011 state average.
Hurricane Sandy could be among the ten costliest hurricanes in U.S. history.
The Fed is buying mortgage bonds to lower longer-term rates, which could spur more borrowing and spending. Consumer spending drives nearly 70 percent of economic activity.
The severe summer drought in Missouri caused a drop in crop yields in 2012, but experts predict farm income to be higher than the previous eight-year average.
American Institute for Economic Research looks at factors such as education and quality of life.
A proposed amendment is meant to make blight designation more difficult, but opponents of the proposal think it could broaden the city government's power and cause the opposite effect.
The MU School of Law hosted a panel of law professors in observance of Constitution Day on Monday. The panel expressed concerns about the economic, policy and constitutional effects of the Affordable Care Act.
City Manager Mike Matthes' upcoming 2013 budget would raise commercial and residential building permit fees for the first time since 1996 if passed.
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.
State officials updated supporters on the status of Ameren Missouri and Westinghouse's application for a grant that is seeking funds for small modular nuclear reactors.
A chamber task force is looking at other airports for ideas to improve the airport's management structure.
The additional service will force the city to address needs at the Columbia Regional Airport terminal, Mayor Bob McDavid says.
MU researchers find that down times in the economy prompt more people to start their own businesses, particularly in rural areas.
The 2012 Kids Count Data Book shows that Missouri ranked 26th in overall children's well-being in 2010, but there was a significant decline in their economic status.
Nations throughout the euro zone are suffering severe brain drain as their best and brightest young professionals seeks employment outside Europe.
The airline will offer two daily flights to and from Atlanta throughout the week. Service to Memphis will be reduced to six times a week.
The Mid-Missouri Peace Coalition held a peace rally in front of the Boone County Courthouse in order to promote its idea of a "peace economy."
The report focuses on the Quality Jobs program, which provides tax breaks to businesses that add jobs with decent wages and health insurance.