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ProPharma Group Acquires Large Competitor

ProPharma Group has announced the acquisition of Washington D.C.-based The Weinberg Group, which also provides regulatory and compliance services to the pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device industries. “This acquisition further solidifies ProPharma Group’s position as a leading, globally integrated pharmaceutical…

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Danette Wilson Announces Retirement from Blue KC

At the end of a week that has been jam-packed with executive announcements, yet another major movement within the C-Suite has been released. Danette Wilson, president and CEO of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City, has announced that…

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Mark Long Selected As President and CEO of Newmark Grubb Zimmer

For the first time in the company’s storied 70-year history, the board of directors of Newmark Grubb Zimmer has selected a non-family member to serve as president and CEO. It was announced this week that Mark Long will take the…

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Jason Wade Joins Spring Venture Group as Chief Financial Officer

Spring Venture Group, a name that has consistently fallen on Ingram's list of fast-growing companies, announced today that it is yet again expanding - this time in the C-Suite. Jason Wade is joining the ranks as chief financial officer in…

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Spencer Fane Continues Its National Growth

The new year is bringing additional national growth to one of Kansas City’s largest law firms. Spencer Fane LLP announced today that it is establishing a presence in both Minneapolis and Tampa. Donald Heeman, Jessica Nelson and Randi Winter will…

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Cliff Illig, Co-Founder of Cerner, Retires

Cliff Illig, co-founder and vice chairman of Cerner Corporation, announced today that he will retire from the company he helped to start in 1979. Illig cited the desire to focus on outside interests as the reason for his retirement. According…

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Polsinelli Tabs Two to Lead KC Office

Polsinelli, which has more lawyers on staff than any other law firm based in Kansas City, has announced that two of them will oversee the…


ProPharma Group Acquires Large Competitor

ProPharma Group has announced the acquisition of Washington D.C.-based The Weinberg Group, which also provides regulatory and compliance services to the pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical…


Wrap-Up of Governor Parson's 2019 State of the State Address

Gov. Mike Parson delivered his 2019 State of the State Address on Jan. 16, his first  after taking office this past June, and it was…


UMKC Conservatory Landing on Main Campus

The University of Missouri-Kansas City announced this afternoon that the new home for its performing arts programs will be built on the university’s main campus…


UMKC, Bloch Foundations Roll Out $20 Million Scholarship Program

Since his arrival on the UMKC campus last summer, Chancellor Mauli Agrawal has talked about the need for the university to increase both its enrollment…


Bank of Blue Valley Merging into Morrill & Janes

The parent companies of two prominent Johnson County banks, Morrill & Janes Bank and Trust Co. and Bank of Blue Valley, have reached a merger…


Cliff Illig, Co-Founder of Cerner, Retires

Cliff Illig, co-founder and vice chairman of Cerner Corporation, announced today that he will retire from the company he helped to start in 1979. Illig…


Missouri, Kansas Release 2017 Workplace Fatality Census Data

The Missouri and Kansas Departments of Labor have released census data regarding the number of workplace fatalities in each state during 2017. Below is the…


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Opinion

Time to Align to Fight Crime in Kansas City

You live long enough, and you do what we do for a living here at Ingram’s, you start to realize…


Has Kansas City Become a Second-World City?

Remember when we worried whether Kansas City was becoming a second-class city? Those were the days. Today, with the winter…