Morning Minutes: Nixon vetoes home health bill, GOP candidates show similarities

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

Nixon vetoes bill to block wage increase for home health workers, override likely

Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed a legislative resolution that would block a wage increase for home health care attendants in Missouri. Read more


GOP candidates’ similarities on display at Lincoln Days

Republican voters who attended a forum of the party’s four gubernatorial candidates on Saturday looking for some distinction between them may have come away disappointed. Read more


Centene thrives as other insurers struggle

Amid an industry of crumbling health insurance giants, low enrollment and high patient costs, Clayton-based Centene is thriving. Read more


Sprint revives two-year contracts

Sprint Corp. revealed Friday that it’s reviving its two-year phone contracts after doing away with them only a month and 19 days prior. Read more


Olin names 30-year company veteran Fischer to succeed CEO Rupp

Olin Corp., the Clayton-based ammunition and chemical maker, has named John Fischer to succeed Joseph Rupp as its chief executive officer. Read more


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