Here are today’s top business headlines from across Missouri:
A top Obama administration official will be in St. Louis Monday to announce a major federal grant meant to rehab a housing complex, build a community center and fund a suite of social services on the city’s near north side. Read more
The hubbub last week over President-elect Donald Trump’s criticism of Boeing and the cost of Air Force One overshadowed a potentially thornier issue for a leader who has pledged to keep jobs in America: Boeing wants to build F/A-18 fighter jets in India. Read more
Burns & McDonnell, the Kansas City-based engineering and architecture firm, is adding to its construction clout with the acquisition of a Wisconsin-based industrial contractor. Read more
With an hour to spare before a government shutdown, the U.S. Senate approved a stopgap spending bill late Friday that allows coal workers to keep their health coverage until April. Coverage for about 16,000 employees of now-bankrupt coal companies was set to run out at the end of the year. Read more
Missouri will become a right-to-work state. The chief question is how soon the General Assembly will put a version of the anti-union measure on the desk of soon-to-be Gov. Eric Greitens. Read more
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