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Here are today’s top business headlines from across Missouri:
After a nine-month search, the University of Missouri curators have settled on a top administrator at the University of Connecticut as the 24th president of the university system. Read more
With just a week left until the Nov. 8 election, Missouri’s leading candidates for U.S. Senate, Jason Kander and Roy Blunt, are answering questions about campaign contributors. Read more
A representative for Uber said that the ride-hailing company could launch in Springfield “within a few weeks,” if the City Council passes a new “Uber bill.” Read more
Anheuser-Busch InBev is making several changes to its North America leadership team based in St. Louis as Vini Barbosa takes a global role at the brewer. Read more
A new class of “go-go farmers” could foreshadow broader economic turmoil in the grain sector, which includes corn, soybeans and wheat. A Reuters analysis of federal data on agricultural lending in the grain-producing states shows that delinquency rates on farmland and production loans are rising sharply. Read more
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