Missouri Minute: Incentive reform in KC; Ameren may install pollution equipment

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

Incentive reform advances to full Kansas City Council

A Kansas City Council committee approved much-discussed changes to the city’s economic development policy, recommending on Wednesday that the full council pass it. Read more

Judge to decide whether Ameren must install pollution equipment

A federal judge could order Ameren Missouri to install hundreds of millions of dollars in pollution equipment at a coal plant in Jefferson County after a two-week trial that ended Wednesday. Read more

KC Council committee supports wage pact with city’s largest union

The Kansas City Council’s Finance Committee on Wednesday endorsed a new wage agreement with the city’s largest union that would extend through 2020. Read more

A-B InBev targets Belgian, Vietnamese breweries for acquisition

Anheuser-Busch InBev reportedly has agreed to buy Belgian brewer Bosteels and is targeting Vietnam’s top beer company, Sabeco. Read more

Airport commission votes on new name for St. Louis airport

The airport commission in St. Louis voted Wednesday to recommend the name St. Louis-Lambert International Airport for the city’s airport. Read more

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