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Gov. Parson Has a Democratic Challenger

Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway, a Democrat, has put her hat in the ring to challenge Republic Gov. Mike Parson for the office in the August of 2020 election. Galloway, from Columbia, late last month publicly asked Parson to take…

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Topeka Chosen For Animal Health/Ag Tech Accelerator Program

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Politicians on both sides of the state line have said that they plan not to offer tax incentives to businesses moving their operations between Kansas and Missouri, but Hostess Brands has skirted those newly agreed-to rules, and management just announced…

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Engineering Firm Faith Technologies Setting Up Olathe Operations

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Insurance/Benefits Broker Truss Sold to Hub International

Chicago-based Hub International Limited announced this morning that it had acquired Truss, one of the Kansas City region's largest private insurance brokerages.  Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. [caption id="attachment_22482" align="alignleft" width="140"] Paul Cohen[/caption] Truss, formerly known as Cretcher…

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Is the U.S. Health-Care System Fixable With the ICHRA?

Den Bishop was talking about the state of the health-care system in the United States, and most of what he had to say was a…


Bloch Family Keeps Giving, $21M Donation Goes to UMKC

Henry Bloch may have died earlier this year, but the H&R Block co-founder's spirit lives on in the world of philanthropy. The Marion and Henry…


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Burns & McDonnell is ramping up its work with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), having been awarded seven new indefinite service contracts with…


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Businesses expecting special tax incentives to make a move from South Kansas City to Overland Park, or from Lee's Summit to Lenexa, are out of…


Stifel Acquiring Core George K. Baum Business

George K. Baum & Company, a Kansas City-based investment bank focused on public finance and taxable fixed income sales and trading, is selling its core…


Gov. Parson Has a Democratic Challenger

Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway, a Democrat, has put her hat in the ring to challenge Republic Gov. Mike Parson for the office in the…


Topeka Chosen For Animal Health/Ag Tech Accelerator Program

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Assessing Baltimore: Lessons From the Rat Race

Quality of life and growth aren’t the same thing. The American’s media’s descent into pettiness and irrelevancy seemed to have…


Jackson County: Is Anyone Listening?

More than a month later, I’m still steamed. But hey: I’m not alone. At last count, nearly 22,000 other Jackson…