Here are today’s top business headlines from across Missouri:
Cerner Corp. CEO Neal Patterson sold company stock worth nearly $28.8 million this month. Patterson was one of five C-level executives taking advantage of a surge in the share price to cash in on options. Read more
AT&T says it has begun offering ultra-fast “gigabit” internet service to homes in parts of the St. Louis area. Read more
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster has sued two Kansas City retailers, charging they illegally sold a hemp-derived oil that should be available only in licensed care centers. Read more
Peabody Energy Corp. said Wednesday that its five-year business plans in the U.S. and Australia have been approved by its debtor-in-possession lenders, a step toward allowing the St. Louis-based coal producer to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Read more
A Washington D.C.-based group has filed an ethics complaint against Democrat gubernatorial candidate Chris Koster, alleging that Koster and a Democrat-backed political action committee shirked Missouri campaign finance laws in the final days of the primary election season. Read more
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