Missouri Minute: H&R Block rumored to be selling, Ameren plans I-70 charging stations

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

Amid rumors of potential H&R Block sale, analysts weigh in

Two research analysts — noticing a recurrent rumor Friday that H&R Block may be looking for a buyer — said Monday that the idea of a sale makes sense even if it doesn’t happen. Read more

Ameren seeks to install electric vehicle charging stations along I-70

The state’s largest utility plans to build electric car recharging stations along Missouri’s busiest travel corridor. Read more

Can Google Fiber deliver broadband without the fiber?

Various moves in recent months by Google Fiber’s parent, renamed Alphabet, signal that the company could ultimately swap the costly-to-install glass fiber-optic lines for antennas and radio waves. Read more

Clayton residents speak out against Centene campus expansion

Clayton residents pushed back Monday against a massive expansion proposal from Centene Corp. that would add office space and parking spots for thousands more workers in this city’s downtown business district. Read more

Ad agency VML to expand, could add up to 376 jobs at KC headquarters

Fast-growing Kansas City advertising agency VML plans to make additional room for new employees at Wheeler Downtown Airport. Read more

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