Morning Minutes: Sprint to make house calls, Medicaid audit says Missouri owes $34 million

Photos courtesy of (clockwise from top left) ARTerra Renderings, Creative Commons, and Geek Squad.
Photos courtesy of (clockwise from top left) ARTerra Renderings, Creative Commons, and Geek Squad.

Here are this morning’s top business headlines from across Missouri:

Audit says Missouri owes $34 million for Medicaid problems

A new audit calls for Missouri to refund more than $34 million to the federal government for failing to comply with Medicaid regulations.

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Kansas scores latest Border War tally with WireCo WorldGroup move

Another corporate headquarters is relocating to the Kansas side of the Kansas City area from the area near Kansas City International Airport.

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St. Louis groups rally against health and social cuts in Senate budget

Advocates for health and community care in the St. Louis area gathered Monday to speak out against budget cuts proposed by the Missouri Senate.

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Sprint now making house calls, hiring 5,000

Sprint has launched a Kansas City pilot program of a service offering delivery of phones to customers in their homes, and the company is planning to hire about 5,000 employees for the effort. The service, called Direct 2 You, will expand to Chicago and Miami next week and is expected to spread nationwide over the course of the year.

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New apartment tower planned for KC’s Crossroads District

Copaken Brooks and EPC Real Estate Group have added an entry into the parade of new apartment projects coming to downtown Kansas City, saying they will begin construction on a 125-unit high-rise in the city’s Crossroads District.

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