2015 in Review: Cortex, coal, NGA and other big business news of the past year
On Tuesday’s “St. Louis on the Air,” host Don Marsh discussed the year in business happenings in the area — from Cortex to coal to NGA — with the reporters who know the subject best.
Joining the show:
- Maria Altman, business reporter
- Joseph Leahy, reporter
- Wayne Pratt, reporter
We also spent some time talking about what will be the big news or 2016.
"North City is where we're going to see some big moves," said Leahy. "Whether there will be or won't be a new NFL stadium. Whether there will or won't be National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. This is like this pivotal year where it is going to say St. Louis went this way or that way."
A few of the topics they discussed:
Mergers and Acquisitions
Not-so-great year for major industries in the region:
Other big business news:
- National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
- MoDOT funding shortfalls
- IKEA, Cortex traffic developments
- North County Transit Center
- Development in Ferguson
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