Every year, industrialized countries waste or lose about $680 billion of food, according to the United Nations. In the United States, Newsweek says the average family spends $1,500 a year on wasted [...] read more
Where will you have the best luck searching for a new job? St. Louis is a good bet, according to job site Glassdoor.
St. Louis came in at No. 5 of the 25 best cities for jobs in 2017 with 104,725 jo [...] read more
Two years ago, CareerHacker, my idea for a startup that helped students build professional online presences, was the first company to pitch at the inaugural St. Charles County Demo Dayread more
It seems like a trivial question, but experts and those who have done it say sartorial codes matter - and there are pitfallsread more
The American Midwest, to some, is just the “flyover states.” Its tropes — rusted-out factories, cornfields and calorically dense fried foods at state fairs — are well-knownread more
In its December 2016 report, “Economic Contributions of Missouri Agriculture and Forestry,” the Missouri Department of Agriculture reported that agriculture, forestry and related industries contri [...] read more
The money will be used to help scale the company into new categories. Today, SteadyMD can connect patients with doctors that specialize in weight lifting, LGBTQ and cross fit spacesread more
Missouri came in at No. 6 on a new ranking from the Fit Small Business website of the best states to start a business. Creve Coeur was named the best city in Missouri to start a businessread more
Two MU student entrepreneurs are starting an agency that will give their peers hands-on experience in their fields, potentially landing them a job or an internshipread more
Why did two young companies move from startup havens in New York City and San Francisco to the Midwest? Because St. Louis is quickly becoming one of the best places to grow a businessread more
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