Pete Meegan had every intention of going back to college, but then he got a summer job in the Chicago trading pits and fell in love with the “roar” of the floor, the excitement of “4,000 people yelling, ‘Buy! Buy! Buy!’” and decided no more classroom for him.
Greece lurched into uncharted territory and an uncertain future in Europe's common currency Sunday after voters overwhelmingly rejected demands by international creditors for more austerity measures in exchange for a bailout of its bankrupt economy.
Kate Kuse debuted Waddup Dawg, a travelling hot dog stand, in early June and has been wheeling it around Jefferson City at least once a week throughout the past month.
Capital Mall is making progress in Jefferson City with plans for new signage both in front of the mall and along the highway.
JC’s Chicken, the former KFC restaurant at 1923 Christy Drive, has closed; and the property is under new ownership.
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Jefferson City issued 53 building permits during June 2015.
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Online shopping amounts to billions of dollars every year, and it’s expected to grow to $414 billion by 2018, according to Forrester Research Inc., a leading research firm.
BORE/MPC LLC, the joint venture between MFA Oil Company and Big O Tires, recently announced MFA Oil had purchased Big O Tires’ interest in the partnership, according to a news release.
A 79-year-old former New York accounting firm executive who did work for some of Bernard Madoff's most important clients has earned leniency at sentencing because his cooperation provided new insights into history's largest financial fraud, prosecutors said.
New Balance thinks the U.S. military is dragging its feet. Last April, the Department of Defense announced military recruits would start using athletic shoes 100 percent made and manufactured in America, in recognition of a law Congress passed in 1941 requiring the department give preference to American-made goods.
More than five years after the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history fouled beaches, coated seabirds in thick goo and threatened delicate marshes, BP has agreed to pay a record settlement to affected states in hopes of bringing an end to a legal drama that has cost the company billions.
Stocks ended a tumultuous trading week with slight losses Thursday as investors sought safety ahead of an extended holiday weekend.
Trying to close the books on the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history, BP agreed Thursday to provide billions of dollars in new money to five Gulf Coast states in a deal the company said would bring its full obligations to an estimated $53.8 billion.
Data from a June survey echo previous signs that slower economic growth likely lays ahead for nine Midwestern and Plains states, according to a report released Wednesday.
U.S. stocks closed higher as investors hoped a deal can be struck on Greece’s debt issues.
The U.S. government is investigating possible collusion among major airlines to limit available seats, which keeps airfares high, according to a document obtained by the Associated Press.
The U.S. subsidiary of a Brazilian-based international meat processor is buying the pork division of Cargill Inc.
Apple violated antitrust laws by colluding with publishers to raise electronic book prices when it entered a market in 2010 that had been dominated by Amazon.com, a divided federal appeals court panel said Tuesday.
Greece slipped deeper into its financial abyss after the bailout program it has relied on for five years expired at midnight Tuesday and the country failed to repay a loan due to the International Monetary Fund.
Fears that Greece’s troubles could spread through the global financial system shook markets on Monday, driving U.S. stocks to their worst day of the year.