New signs of life in the U.S. manufacturing sector helped push the stock market to a record high Tuesday.
As the deaths are tallied from General Motors’ delayed recall of compact cars, one thing is becoming clear: Of those killed, the majority were young.
Noranda wants lower Ameren electric rates for its plant
Last month, in separate filings, Noranda asked the commission to reduce the rates it pays Ameren — and also asked the PSC to reduce Ameren’s overall rates because, the company said, Ameren has taken in more revenue than is allowed by its RoE (return on equity).
At the turn of the 20th century, Peter Kaullen was proud of opening his mercantile at 900 E. High St. At the turn of the 21st century, Juanita Donehue was determined to restore that three-story, German vernacular as home to her restaurant.
Jefferson City already has been named “America’s Most Beautiful Small Town,” but with the help of Debi Leon, she hopes another title will be bestowed upon the Capital City — America’s most well-rested.
Modern Litho has been awarded the Kodak SONORA Green Leaf Award, the first company in the United States to receive the award.
April is Community Bank Month, and one such bank is celebrating 100 years of serving the Mid-Missouri community.
Farmers from across the nation gathered in Washington this month for what has become an annual trek to seek action on the most important matters in American agriculture, such as immigration reform and water regulations.
Drivers reported cars stalled without warning
For years, the U.S. government's auto safety watchdog sent form letters to worried owners of the Chevrolet Cobalt and other General Motors small cars, saying it didn't have enough information about problems with unexpected stalling to establish a trend or open an investigation.
Americans really love their snacks, but will they pay to have them delivered to their mailboxes?
Sally Beauty says a security breach in March may have affected more of its customers than it earlier estimated.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first hemophilia B treatment designed to decrease frequency of injections to prevent the excessive bleeding the clotting disorder causes.
General Motors is boosting by 971,000 the number of small cars being recalled worldwide for a defective ignition switch, saying cars from the model years 2008-2011 may have gotten the part as a replacement.
Worried about negative publicity, Duke Energy is asking a judge to shield its records from North Carolina regulators and environmental groups while a federal criminal investigation is ongoing.
Every month that Gregory Zbylut pays $1,300 toward his law school loans is another month of not qualifying for a decent mortgage.
Amazon says it has no plans to offer a free streaming media service, addressing speculation ahead of a media event in New York next Wednesday.
Microsoft has released an iPad version of its popular Office software suite, a breakthrough heralding a new era under a CEO who promises to focus more on the devices that people are using instead of trying to protect the company’s lucrative Windows franchise.
Once this year’s harsh weather has faded, the U.S. economy could be poised for a breakout year — its strongest annual growth in nearly a decade.
GlaxoSmithKline is recalling the weight loss drug Alli after receiving reports of unknown pills and tablets in the bottles.
Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon’s condemnation of so-called right-to-work legislation as unnecessary and misguided drew applause from about a thousand Missouri union members who gathered Wednesday at the state Capitol.