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Here are today’s top business headlines from across Missouri:
Missouri Governor-elect Eric Greitens plans to have two transition teams in place shortly: one to organize his January inaugural and the other to tackle his GOP takeover of the state’s executive branch. Read more
Gov. Jay Nixon’s office projects Missouri exports are on pace to reach an all-time high this year. Newly released figures show that through September 2016, Missouri exports reached almost $10.6 billion. That exceeds the previous September high of $9.9 billion in 2014, when Missouri’s annual exports reached an all-time high of just under $14.2 billion. Read more
Clayton-based Belden Inc. has submitted an all-cash takeover bid valued at about $380 million for Digi International Inc., a Minnesota-based maker of telecommunications equipment. Read more
Cerner’s office imprint continues to grow in the region, this time at its North Kansas City headquarters campus. The health care information technology company will present plans Tuesday to expand in North Kansas City with a four-story, 125,000-square-foot building that it’s calling a “Demonstration Center,” which is meant for existing and potential clients. Read more
He would cut taxes, repeal the Affordable Care Act, build roads and build walls — a real one against Mexican immigrants and a tariff wall against unfair imports. President-elect Donald Trump’s agenda for America will make a difference in the lives of many people and change the way St. Louis does business — if he can pass it. Read more
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