Here are today’s top business headlines from across Missouri:
Retired Teamsters – who fought off a plan to slash their pension checks beginning this week – have won a second victory: a federal investigation of their troubled Central States Pension Fund. Read more
Gov. Jay Nixon says state revenue growing less than expected has caused him to freeze $115.5 million in the state budget for the fiscal year that began Friday. Read more
The running regulatory battle between Kansas City and Uber stands poised to erupt again over rules not yet 15 months old. Read more
British turnaround firm Melrose Industries said Wednesday that it had agreed to buy Nortek Inc., parent of O’Fallon-based Nortek Global HVAC, in a deal worth $2.81 billion. Read more
Harold E. Tivol, who spent most of his professional career as president of Kansas City’s Tivol jewelry, died Wednesday in his home at age 92. Read more
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