You’ll no longer see stars on Twitter: The messaging service has removed the star icon found under every tweet and replaced it with a heart.
The U.S. is speeding toward what could be a record year for auto sales.
Senator’s book paints ‘raw, brutally honest’ picture of her personal, professional life
Women in business are getting more recognition these days, surpassing historical challenges to their advancement success. Claire McCaskill is in the business of politics, and she has plenty to say about women’s advancement in that realm.
Stocks posted solid gains Monday, adding to last month’s big advances and pushing the Dow Jones industrial average into positive territory for 2015.
U.S. factory activity grew last month at its slowest pace since May 2013 as manufacturers pared their stockpiles and cut jobs.
The former Braykley’s Hall in Centertown had been publicizing its pending closing for months when Jefferson City couple Michael and Denise Barnes purchased the venue to revive it as West Ridge Event Center.
Capital Mall in Jefferson City welcomed another new tenant last week when Xtreme Trendz opened its relocated store there on Tuesday.
Local Farmers Insurance agents Travis LePage and Scott Amos have teamed up with Midwest Benefits to open Show Me Health Solutions in a temporary Capital Mall location to help Jefferson City area residents through the health insurance enrollment process.
The former downtown Jefferson City location of My Sentiments Exactly at 103 W. High St. is being converted into office space for Central Bank use.
Jefferson City issued 52 building permits during October 2015, as follows.
Tips from Better Business Bureau
When your bills exceed your income, you can easily find yourself strapped for cash. Borrowing to pay off your bills may seem like your only option, but it’s a strategy that can just put you further behind, especially if you opt for a payday or title loan.
A common pesticide used on citrus fruits, almonds and other crops would be banned under a proposal announced Friday by the Environmental Protection Agency.
In their latest bid to reduce the chances of future taxpayer bailouts, federal regulators are proposing the eight biggest U.S. banks build new cushions against losses that would shift the burden to investors.
One of the nation’s most storied tech companies will split in two this weekend, another casualty of seismic shifts in the way people use technology — and big-company sluggishness in responding.
The Philadelphia Inquirer and its tabloid partner, the Philadelphia Daily News, will merge newsrooms but continue to put out two separate newspapers, leading to an unknown number of job cuts, the owner announced Friday.
The nation's two largest pharmacy benefit providers said Thursday they are severing ties with a mail-order pharmacy affiliated with embattled drugmaker Valeant Pharmaceuticals after a review of the pharmacy's business practices.
The Drewing family announced Wednesday the sale of the local Joe Machens automotive dealership group to McLarty Automotive Group of Little Rock, Arkansas. Under the terms of the agreement, the dealerships will continue to operate under the Joe Machens brand name.
The Federal Reserve is keeping its key short-term interest rate at a record low in the face of a weak global economy, slower U.S. job growth and subpar inflation. But it suggested the possibility of a rate hike in December.
Walgreens will use its $9.41 billion takeover of rival Rite Aid to spread its philosophy on making drugstores destinations for customers looking to stay healthy or buy beauty products.
Americans from across the political spectrum are worried about the cost of prescription drugs for serious diseases, following weeks of news coverage about companies hiking prices for critical medicines.