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KC Expansion Authority Waives Power & Light Fine

Kansas City’s Planned Industrial Expansion Authority (PIEA) has confirmed that its board voted today to waive $3.14 million in penalties against NorthPoint Development regarding minority-…

FDIC Looks at American Banking Habits

A Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) study out today says that 8.5 percent of Missouri households did not have a bank accounting in 2015 and…

74 Acres of Mixed-Use for Lee's Summit

The Lee's Summit City Council has approved a conceptual development plan and zoning classification change for the Village at View High development. The classification will…

Techstars Investment Group Coming to Kansas City

Techstars—an investment organization that calls itself a “global ecosystem” of founders, mentors, investors, and partners “that helps entrepreneurs build great businesses”—is expanding its reach to…

Kansas Commission Warns of Possible Energy Merger Halt

Kansas regulators have warned, although they have taken no action, they could halt the $12.2 billion sale of Topeka-based Westar Energy to Great Plains Energy…

Former KC Bureau Chief Ascends at New York Times

A.G. Sulzberger—son of New York Times publisher, Arthur Sulzberger, Jr.—has been named deputy publisher of the New York Times. His career to-date includes two years…

KCRise Fund Announces First Investments

The entrepreneurship-supporting KCRise Fund—a sidecar venture capital initiative of the KC Rising economic development effort—announced today that it has selected two area companies for the…

Missouri Added Jobs in September

Missouri’s Department of Economic Development released seasonally adjusted data today, saying the state’s nonfarm payroll employment grew by 6,700 jobs in September.  The largest private-industry…

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High Atop the Town

Random Thoughts: We may not retire independently wealthy, but I have to tell you that serving as publisher of Ingram’s…

Is Everything ‘Free’ a Success?

Some years back, we had a yard sale. I put all the sundry flotsam and jetsam out front, as people…