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Kansas City Business Journal: Your source of breaking and exclusive news crucial to local business
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If you're not attending today's Women Who Mean Business event, now is the time to get familiar with this year's honorees. Even nonsubscribers can read their profiles here: http://bizj.us/1paox9
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Serial entrepreneur Gary Fish's newest venture plans to build an $8 million, 20,000-square-foot facility. The tech startup is expected to employ 48 people at an average annual salary of $119,000.
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A Kansas City-born startup has been called up to the big-leagues. Learn more about the newest part of the Google family: http://bizj.us/1jqrke
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Rumors are swirling as they always do when it come to English Premier League soccer, but this time the ownership group behind Sporting KC are in the spotlight. Could a purchase of an EPL team be in the future for Neal Patterson, Cliff Illig, Robb Heineman and the other Sporting Club owners?
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Find out who just backed a local healthcare software company with a $2.7 million investment:
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10 startups won $50,000 LaunchKC grants! See who these companies are and what dreams they have for their ventures:
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Million-dollar homes are making a comeback, but with an artisan twist. ... Learn about the niche market's turn from focusing on size to craftsmanship (and check out more amazing photos): http://bizj.us/1j46c0
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Applebee's​ headquarters move, which prompted its president to resign, will leave just 80-90 corporate jobs in KC.
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Are there other business books that you think are hidden gems?
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The owners of Overland Park’s Metcalf South and 95 West shopping centers are withdrawing their plan to redevelop the area, abandoning its $320 million Central Square proposal. Get more details:
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