Morning Minutes: Arch Coal files for bankruptcy, Rams relocation vote looms

Here are today’s top business headlines from across Missouri:

Arch Coal files for bankruptcy, reaches $4.5 billion debt deal

Arch Coal Inc., the second-largest coal miner in the United States, and its domestic subsidiaries filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to facilitate a restructuring with a group of lenders that hold more than 50 percent of its debt, the Creve Coeur company said. Read more

As flood water recedes, calls for new approaches rise

Following record-breaking floods that swept through the St. Louis region, communities are cleaning up the damage, rebuilding and tuning in to how these disasters can be prevented. Read more

Rams relocation vote looms after Goodell deems St. Louis plan inadequate

One year removed from the initial announcement of plans for a riverfront football stadium aimed at enticing the Rams to stay in St. Louis, the city and team expect a vote this week that will go a long way toward determining the future of professional football in St. Louis. Read more

Big changes planned for St. Louis Union Station

The owner of St. Louis Union Station announced Monday plans to transform the interior and exterior of the National Historic Landmark, including the addition of a 200-foot-tall Ferris wheel and a possible new “major family attraction.” Read more

Central Missouri to offer master’s degree in cybersecurity

A high demand for cybersecurity knowledge and experience has led the University of Central Missouri to plan an expansion of its degree program in the field. Read more

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