A Pfizer sign outside of a facility in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. | Courtesy of Montgomery County Planning Commission/Flickr
Here are today’s top business headlines from across Missouri:
Pfizer plans to consolidate two locations in the St. Louis area into a $200 million Chesterfield facility, company officials said Tuesday. Read more
The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating Merriam, Kan.-based Seaboard Corp. to determine whether it did business with companies blacklisted for supporting terrorists, according to a media report. Read more
United States Steel Corp. has agreed to reduce pollution at three plants in the Midwest, including one in the St. Louis area, and pay a $2.2 million civil penalty to resolve a Clean Air Act lawsuit by the federal government and three states, the U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday. Read more
The Kansas City area’s highest honor for civic leadership in 2016 went to Donald J. Hall Jr., CEO of Hallmark Cards Inc. Read more
A slight bit of relief is being touted for grocery shoppers preparing to cook Thanksgiving Day meals. According to the Missouri Farm Bureau, the overall cost of the meal is down slightly this year to $50.46 for a gathering of 10 people, which averages out to about $5.05 a person. Read more
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