Isle of Capri casino signage | Courtesy of Dustin Oliver/Flickr
Here are today’s top business headlines from across Missouri:
Eldorado Resorts has agreed to buy St. Louis-based Isle of Capri Casinos in a deal worth about $1.7 billion, including the assumption of debt. Read more
Two state organizations will join a chorus of U.S. voices urging an end to 55-year-old trade and travel embargoes with Cuba. Read more
The big Internal Revenue Service center in Kansas City, opened in 2006 at a cost of about $370 million, will be one of two national IRS form processing centers that survive after a round of closings. Read more
If Bayer’s $66 billion acquisition of Monsanto is approved by antitrust regulators late next year as expected, there’s likely to be some impact on Monsanto’s regional workforce of roughly 4,100 people. And there’s not enough cheap startup lab space to accommodate many new companies, or growth within existing ones. Read more
Sprint Corp. customers can expect to see significant changes in the coming months as the company uses big data to streamline their experience, Renato Derraik, the telecommunications company’s head of digital transformation, said at an event during Techweek Kansas City. Read more
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