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Bi-State Jobless Rates Dip Again

The February unemployement rate in Kansas fell to 4.0 percent, labor officials announced today, a figure that nearly matches the 4.1 percent figure reported in…

Alorica Laying Off 300 in Topeka

Alorica, Inc., whicih provides customer relationship management and back office support, announced this afternoon that it would close its Topeka contact center, costing about 300…

UMKC's Bloch School Has New Dean

The University of Missouri-Kansas City announced today that Brian Klaas, dean of research and academics at the University of South Carolina, would be the next…

Associated Wholesale Grocers Bags Record Revenues

Associated Wholesale Grocers, the Kansas City region's second-largest private company, is closing the gap on the largest: At its annual shareholders meeting today, the grocery…

KC Ranks High for Women in Tech

For a third straight year, Kansas City weighs in at No. 2 on SmartAsset's rankings of the best American cities for women working in tech-related…

DFA Scores Record Net Income, Despite Dip in U.S. Milk Prices

Dairy Farmers of America, the region's biggest private company, today reported that net sales for 2016 of $13.5 billion, down slightly from $13.8 billion in…

Terracon Names Srinivasan as President

Terracon Consultants, the Olathe-based engineering firm, announced new details of its succession plan this afternoon, with COO Vasan Srinivasan becoming its new presdident of the…

KU-Edwards to Launch Coding Boot Camp

Citing the growing demand for skilled web developers, the University of Kansas said this morning that it would launch a 24-week coding Boot Camp in…

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Opinion

Why Is VW Still Selling Cars in America?

It’s interesting, and more than a touch ironic, that as we released the March print issue with a feature on…

Why the ‘Brownback Experiment’ Had to Fail

The Kansas City Star sowed the seeds for the failed harvest of the “Brownback experiment” the very day that Gov.…