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Here are today’s top business headlines from across Missouri:
The Springfield City Council passed the long-awaited “Uber bill” in a unanimous vote Monday, expressing support and excitement for the bill that offers new rules to govern both taxicabs and “transportation network companies” like Uber. Read more
Democrats are outnumbered nearly three to one in the state Senate, but the chamber’s minority leader said she hopes bipartisanship can prevail. This comes after Republicans swept every statewide race in this month’s election, taking four seats previously occupied by Democrats in the process. Read more
Missouri’s top insurance regulator will postpone a public hearing on the Anthem-Cigna merger, a tie-up that could leave Missourians with fewer insurance carriers to choose from. Read more
Boeing Co. has promoted Pat Goggin to president of its Defense, Space & Security Development organization, replacing Jim O’Neill, who plans to retire next year. Read more
One of the top behind-the-scenes players in Donald Trump’s victory last week is St. Louis native Katie Walsh, 32, who as chief of staff of the Republican National Committee presided over what RNC officials said was an unprecedented $175 million effort to target and motivate voters in swing states. Read more
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