Here are this morning’s top business headlines from across Missouri:
The Kansas City Council has approved regulations that ride-sharing company Uber Technologies Inc. says will force it to stop operating in the city.
The downtown Kansas City apartment market showed another sizable sign of its resurgence Thursday with the announcement that Cordish Companies plans to build a second luxury apartment tower near the Power & Light District.
Paul McKee, the developer seeking to transform a large swath of north St. Louis with his NorthSide Regeneration project, has been hit with a lawsuit for delinquent loans tied to hundreds of properties.
Jim Heeter, who has served as president and CEO of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce since 2010, will retire Dec. 31, the chamber announced Thursday.
The deal, which calls for new stores in Florida, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas, is the largest multi-unit franchise agreement in Andy’s 29-year history.
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