St. Louis on the Air will be talking about these recent developments at the RCGA on Wednesday. Join us!
The newest head of St. Louis' Regional Chamber and Growth Association comes to the St. Louis region by way of Louisville, Ky.
Joe Reagan, president of Greater Louisville, Inc. will be the RCGA's new president and CEO effective Feb. 1, 2012.
Missouri lost 3,300 jobs in November but the state's jobless rate still dropped.
The Department of Economic Development reported Friday evening that the state's unemployment rate dropped three-tenths of a point to 8.2 percent last month.
The decline in nonfarm employments comes after the state reported that it added about 1,100 jobs in October. However, the state reported a net loss of 4,000 nonfarm jobs in September.
Missouri officials have completed an agreement to boost exports and investment in northwestern China by $200 million.
Gov. Jay Nixon's office said Friday that the deal calls for state Department of Economic Development to work with officials in Xinjiang Uygur to increase Missouri exports from 2012 to 2014.
Updated 5:01 p.m. with comment from EPA, and 6:05 with comment from Sean Thomas.
Old North St. Louis has won the Environmental Protection Agency’s 2011 National Award for Smart Growth Achievement.
The latest report by the Federal Reserve finds that there was slow to moderate growth in all the Federal Reserve districts, except St. Louis.
What’s known as the Beige Book, or a summary of current economic conditions, is published by the United States Federal Reserve Board eight times a year.
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