Missouri Minute: St. Louis agency approves NGA bonds; Sprint reports gains

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

St. Louis agency approves issuing bonds for NGA project

The St. Louis Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority has authorized up to $120 million in bonds to finance site preparation for the new $1.75 billion headquarters of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. Read more

Sprint reports financial and subscriber gains a week ahead of schedule

Sprint Corp., feeling good about its recent operating results, released unaudited third-quarter results Tuesday, albeit with caveats that final totals could be different. Read more

First new office building in 30 years planned for downtown St. Louis

Downtown St. Louis could soon see its first new commercial office building in decades if a plan from Koman Group moves forward. Read more

St. Louis sees sharp rise in funding for startup accelerator grads

Startups that have graduated from St. Louis’ seven business accelerators have gone on to raise approximately $370 million in follow-on capital, according to research by the St. Louis Business Journal. Read more

Kansas City Council to consider funding study of development incentives

Kansas City officials want an answer to a persistent question: What’s the city’s bang for the buck for all the development incentives it uses? Read more

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