Missouri Business Headlines

Bill to attract World Cup to Missouri moves forward

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A bill to keep Missouri in the game to host the World Cup is moving forward. Locations across the United States, Canada and Mexico will host World Cup matches in 2026. Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City is one of 17 sites in the running to be one of about 10 host locations in the U.S. […]

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Member feature: New Twelve Degrees partnership to boost up-and-coming fund managers

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The following article was shared by Missouri Chamber member company Stifel. Have a story to share? Contact Jacob Luecke at jluecke@mochamber.com Stifel Financial Corp., Eaton Partners, a Stifel Company, and RCP Advisors, have announced the launch of Twelve Degrees, a strategic partnership focused on investing in and providing capital solutions to leading emerging and first-time alternative […]

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April 22: STEM Signing Day in Missouri

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On April 22, the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry will recognize 20 outstanding students from across the state as they sign letters of intent to study science, technology, engineering and math. STEM Signing Day puts the spotlight on brilliant Missouri high school seniors as they make the big decision on where to further their education, […]

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Member feature: Grand Prize winner announced in Burns & McDonnell Battle of the Brains

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The following article was shared by Missouri Chamber member company Burns & McDonnell. Have a story to share? Contact Jacob Luecke at jluecke@mochamber.com Organizers of Kansas City’s most exciting K-12 competition for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) presented students from the Raytown Challenge Gifted Program with the grand prize in the Burns & McDonnell […]

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Member feature: Veterans Home Care Founder Bonnie Laiderman honored with Prestigious Award

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The following article was shared by Missouri Chamber member company Veterans Home Care. Have a story to share? Contact Jacob Luecke at jluecke@mochamber.com Two St. Louis television stations, KPLR 11 and KTVI FOX 2, chose Veterans Home Care Founder Bonnie Laiderman as one of four St. Louis honorees from about 200 nominations for its Remarkable Women award. FOX 2 […]

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Member feature: TricorBraun To Acquire Flexible Packaging Leader PBFY

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The following article was shared by Missouri Chamber member company TricorBraun. Have a story to share? Contact Jacob Luecke at jluecke@mochamber.com Global packaging leader TricorBraun has announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire PBFY, one of the largest flexible packaging distributors in North America, from retail and promotional packaging supplier Pacific Western Sales […]

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Critical legal reform blocked in Senate

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Missouri’s outdated statute of limitations is creating costly delays in our state’s legal system. Currently, plaintiffs are allowed to delay filing personal injury lawsuits for up to five years — that’s double or more the amount of time provided by many other states. Allowing years to go by before filing means records can be lost or discarded, […]

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Our membership team — Ready to help you grow

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To strengthen the work of the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry, we have expanded and enhanced the team that serves our thousands of members across the state. The membership team at the Missouri Chamber is at the front lines of our outreach to the business community. They are dedicated to helping your business grow […]

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Pro sports teams, casinos urge Senate committee to legalize sports betting

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As lawmakers mull the possibility of joining a growing number of states that allow gambling on sports, a Senate committee held a hearing this week for two such bills approved by the House. “We all support sports wagering in Missouri as a way to increase engagement with our fans and provide a fun and exciting […]

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House addresses Missouri’s childcare crisis

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As Missouri businesses struggle to find workers, it’s becoming clear that the state’s growing childcare crisis is at the center of the problem. Many Missouri parents want to work but aren’t able to because they can’t find childcare. The problem is so severe that nearly 1 in 10 working parents in Missouri report quitting a […]

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