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Here are today’s top business headlines from across Missouri:
Missouri’s presidential vote used to be a solid predictor of the nation’s sentiments, but not lately. Read more
U.S. state attorneys general have joined a federal antitrust probe of the planned merger between DuPont and Dow Chemical Co., according to three people familiar with the matter, heightening risks to a deal that could help reshape the global farm industry. A separate group of state attorneys general are expected to join a probe of Bayer AG’s $66 billion plan to buy Monsanto Co., one of the sources said. Read more
AMC Entertainment plans to run two brands for its expanded chain of movie theaters following the purchase of U.S. rival Carmike Cinemas, AMC’s chief executive said Monday. Read more
Sprint’s Pinsight Media+ has teamed up with Digital Sandbox KC to help startups with project funding and app development resources. Read more
The Columbia City Council on Monday unanimously approved a policy resolution authorizing a program to boost businesses owned by minorities and women. Members of the council expressed their hopes to make the resolution more inclusive with future amendments. Read more
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