Nicole Lunger/Missouri Business Alert
Here are today’s top business headlines from across Missouri:
Missouri lawmakers overall do a “good” job managing taxpayer funds, but are too generous with time off for staff and too willing to accept lobbyist money for meals, according to a pair of audits released Monday by Missouri Auditor Nicole Galloway’s office. Read more
Emerson has acquired two companies that provide systems to monitor the safe transport of fresh food and other temperature-sensitive goods. Read more
Remarks by James Bullard, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, during a televised interview have drawn fire from an activist group that’s pressed the nation’s central bank to keep interest rates low. Read more
Women are entering the truck driving industry at record numbers, although they still only make up 5.8 percent of the workforce, according to figures from the American Trucking Association. Read more
Among a legion of well-off Kansans, open objection to the state’s so-called “LLC loophole” is growing. Read more
Want the state’s top business and entrepreneurship news in your inbox? Sign up here for our newsletters.