Missouri Minute: Arch Coal, Hostess, MOHELA

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

Arch Coal agrees to deal for new bankruptcy exit plan

Arch Coal said Tuesday it has reached a deal with unsecured creditors on a new restructuring agreement that would allow it to exit bankruptcy without the threat of litigation. Read more


Hostess Brands to go public again under new ownership

Four years after it sought bankruptcy protection, Kansas City-based Hostess Brands will become a publicly traded company again, the Associated Press reports. Read more


Chesterfield-based student loan authority plans to add 365 jobs

The Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority (MOHELA) said Tuesday it will add 365 jobs in St. Louis and Columbia over the next five months. Read more


Gubernatorial candidates voice support for stricter lobbying laws

A hard-fought battle to impose restrictions on lawmakers who want to leap into the potentially lucrative world of lobbying may not be over. Read more


Republican donor David Humphreys spending big to oust Missouri Republicans

Joplin businessman David Humphreys and his family have poured $2.75 million into the campaigns of candidates running against Missouri Republicans who oppose “right to work” laws. Read more


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