Technology


Burns & McDonnell Wins Army Corps of Engineers Contracts

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 six different districts within the agency. One of the contracts is for work as prime… more

Kelly, Parson Sign Border War Agreement

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 luck. Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly and Missouri Gov. Mike Parson just signed an agreement between… more

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… more

Topeka Chosen For Animal Health/Ag Tech Accelerator Program

Plug and Play, a Silicon Valley-based firm that provides venture capital funds to startups, and had a role in the growth of Dropbox, PayPal and other ventures, named Topeka a startup accelerator city in the areas of animal health and… more

Cerner Teams With Developer to Offer Seniors Housing Care

Cerner Corp. is partnering with commercial real estate developer LifeCenters Communities, to offer health and wellness clinics within independent and assisted-living facilities. Called VIA Centers, these facilities will have primary care physicians, dieticians, chiropractors, fitness and health coaches, as well… more

C2FO Completes $200M Funding Round

C2FO, a Leawood-based financial-technology firm, has secured a $200-million round of funding led by Toyko-based SoftBank, which owns a significant portion of Sprint, as well as major stakes in WeWork and Uber. C2FO, through a system of algorithms, pairs companies… more

Engineering Firm Faith Technologies Setting Up Olathe Operations

Faith Technologies, a Wisconsin-based electrical engineering and design firm, recently purchased a 450,000-square-foot warehouse in Olathe and eventually plans to add about 780 jobs toward its operations. The warehouse, at 21800 West 167th St., was purchased by Faith from a… more

VIDEO: Expect Recessions When Making Portfolio Decisions

Investors shouldn't worry about if a recession will come or when it occurs because they're inevitable, says Eduardo Repetto, chief investment officer of American Century Investments’ newly launched Avantis Investors. He will be featured in Ingram's magazine's August edition in… more

Sprint Loss Shrinks in First Quarter

Overland Park-based Sprint reported a first-quarter loss in the midst of its merger with T-Mobile, but its results were better than the prior financial period. The wireless carrier's first-quarter net loss came in at $111 million, down from what was… more

DOJ Gives Nod to Sprint, T-Mobile Merger

It's almost a done deal as far as the federal government is concerned. The U.S. Department of Justice granted approval of the merger between Overland Park-based Sprint Corp. and T-Mobile US, of Bellevue, Wash., which the companies say will create… more