Here are today’s top business headlines from across Missouri:
Shareholders of Carmike Cinemas accepted a $1.2 billion buyout offer from the Leawood, Kan.-based parent company of AMC Theatres in a vote Tuesday. Read more
Boeing Co. is moving 500 jobs to its north St. Louis County campus from California. The jobs moving to St. Louis County from Huntington Beach, Calif., are part of a consolidation of the company’s Defense, Space & Security business headquartered in the St. Louis area, a spokeswoman said. Read more
Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica Inc. plans to move its North American animal health headquarters from St. Joseph to the Atlanta area. Read more
The Clayton Board of Aldermen unanimously approved a tax abatement agreement with Centene Corp. on Tuesday night that paves the way for the fast-growing health insurer to build a huge new office campus for 2,000 additional employees. Read more
A new Department of Labor rule that raises the salary threshold for overtime pay protections will impact some 4.2 million workers in the U.S., including 85,000 workers in Missouri. Read more
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