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Cabela's lays off several dozen people, closes call center

Published Mar. 15 2017

Cabela's has laid off several dozen people as part of the outdoor gear seller's efforts to reduce its expenses.

Wholesale prices up just 0.3 percent in February

Published Mar. 15 2017

Inflation at the wholesale level rose at just half the rate in February as the previous month, as a surge...

Uber holding off coming to town, for now

Published Mar. 15 2017

Ready to hail your first Uber ride in Jefferson City limits? Not so fast.

Bourbon flowing: Bulleit brand opens its first distillery

Published Mar. 15 2017

Bulleit bourbon has reached a milestone in its maturity with the opening of its first distillery.

2nd helping: American brings back free meals on some flights

Published Mar. 14 2017

American Airlines said Tuesday that it plans to offer free meals to everyone in economy on two cross-country routes starting...

Student loan defaults rising, study finds

Published Mar. 14 2017

The stock market is up, unemployment is down but things aren't rosy for all Americans.

Why so few are worried about likely Fed rate hike this week

Published Mar. 14 2017

For years after the Great Recession ended, investors fretted — sometimes panicked — over the prospect the Federal Reserve might...

BizBeat: Pancheros opening Jefferson City location

Published Mar. 12 2017

Pancheros Mexican Grill plans to open a location in Jefferson City this year.

Don't let disasters lead to poor charitable decisions

Published Mar. 12 2017

Disasters strike and dominate the news almost every day, from local fires to storms and tornadoes.

Jefferson City business licenses issued in February 2017

Published Mar. 12 2017

Jefferson City issued 32 business licenses during February 2017, as follows.

Cole County building permits issued in February 2017

Published Mar. 12 2017

Cole County issued 16 building permits during Feburary 2017, as follows.

Volkswagen pleads guilty, agrees to $4.3 billion fine

Published Mar. 10 2017

Volkswagen pleaded guilty Friday to conspiracy and obstruction of justice and agreed to pay a $4.3 billion penalty for a...

Fed rate hike is likely after a robust February jobs report

Published Mar. 10 2017

A second straight month of robust hiring pointed Friday to a U.S. economy healthy enough for the Federal Reserve to...

Stocks rise higher after strong jobs report

Published Mar. 10 2017

Led by technology companies, U.S. stocks rose Friday after a strong February jobs report.

US claims for unemployment aid rise by 20,000 to 243,000

Published Mar. 10 2017

More Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, but claims remained low enough to suggest most workers enjoy job security.

Average US 30-year mortgage rate rises to year-high 4.21 pct

Published Mar. 10 2017

Long-term U.S. mortgage rates rose this week, marking new highs for the year.

Stocks wobble as health care climbs and industrials fall

Published Mar. 10 2017

Major market indexes are mixed Thursday following a three-day losing streak.

'Fearless Girl' statue stares down Wall Street's iconic bull

Published Mar. 9 2017

A new statue of a resolute young girl now faces Wall Street's famous Charging Bull, erected by a major asset...

Will WikiLeaks work with tech firms to defeat CIA hacking?

Published Mar. 9 2017

The anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks raised the prospect Wednesday of sharing sensitive details it uncovered about CIA hacking tools with leading...

Stock indexes end mostly lower as the price of oil plunges

Published Mar. 9 2017

U.S. stocks fell for the third day in a row as energy companies tumbled along with the price of crude...

Businesses get pushed out as industrial districts rebuild

Published Mar. 9 2017

Leaning over the map, Brian Vincent turned to a city official and asked, "Why does it show a park instead...