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Mariner Wealth Wraps Up Big Acquisition Year

Mariner Wealth Advisors closed out a big year of acquisitions in December by picking up California-based Viewpoint Financial Network—its 14th deal to close in 2021. Viewpoint’s $950 million in assets under management will add a sizeable chunk to Mariner’s existing…

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Private insurers to cover cost of at-home rapid antigen tests

With the nation recording the highest case COVID-19 case counts since the pandemic began in March 2020, the Biden administration has directed private insurers to cover the cost of up to eight at-home coronavirus rapid tests per person, per month.…

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Bridgepoint: 2,841 M&A Deals in U.S. Last Year

The 2021 recap for M&A activity in the U.S. consumer sector tallied more than 2,800 transactions, Bridgepoint Investment Banking says in a new report released today. Companies focused on consumer services accounted for the lion’s share of transactions—1,025—followed by consumer…

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UM board rejects mask mandates for spring semester

A decision from the UM System Board of Curators has voted down campus mask mandates for students within the UM System. With the start of the new semester, universities such as MU recommend wearing masks indoors but will not require…

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DeSoto Creates Massive TIF District to advance Sunflower site proposal

In what’s shaping up as one of the biggest land-development projects in the region’s history, the city of DeSoto has advanced a $1 billion-dollar proposal…

Contact tracing to end in Kansas starting Feb. 1

The Kansas health department will be ending it’s COVID-19 contact tracing program at the, effective Feb. 1. According to the department, the decision was made…

Omicron variant decelerating

Is Omicron on the way out? It may be too soon to celebrate the end of this latest wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the…

Children’s Mercy to halt routine COVID-19 testing

A sharp rise in demand and subsequent shortage of COVID-19 test kits has moved Children’s Mercy to announce a break in routine testing beginning Jan.…

Kansas bill advances to Senate, could ease healthcare staffing shortages

The Kansas House has approved a bill allowing the continuation of a temporary waiver on some healthcare licensure requirements, a help to healthcare facilities facing…

Missouri to soon receive first round of $484 million infrastructure investment

A new program from the U.S. Department of Transportation will soon deliver the first payout of a five-year $484 million investment to rebuild bridges across…

$75M River Market tower plans endorsed, project advances

Plans for a 13-story apartment complex near City Market have been given the green light by a Port KC committee. Developer Flaherty & Collins Properties…

Lenexa Council to vote on revised mixed-use proposal

Tonight the Lenexa City Council will determine approval of a 46-acre mixed-use project dubbed Vista Village. Located at Prairie Star Parkway and Ridgeview Road, the…

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Here’s to the Big Deal-Makers and the Grinders

Outstanding executive achievement puts Kansas City in the headlines nationally in 2021. But many smaller companies stand out, as well.…

Here’s to the Givers

Our small but talented and passionate team produces and manages a large portfolio of projects each year, as well as…

Miracles Come in All Shapes and Sizes

Olivia Connealy was a happy, secure six-year old when a not-so-ordinary nightmare turned real. A violent seizure shook Olivia from…