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Here are today’s top business headlines from across Missouri:
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 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
Downtown St. Louis could soon see its first new commercial office building in decades if a plan from Koman Group moves forward. Read more
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 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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