David Reed

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Commerce investment guru: How did he do?

OK, you say there’s no such thing as a free lunch. But what if I…

Mid-Mo Entrepreneurial Summit

Entrepreneurial Summit

Tooting its horn: Columbia seeks to attract music fans

Lorah Steiner, who orchestrated Columbia’s tourism development for a quarter century, began a recent CBT…

Watkins, McDavid discuss parking garage concerns

*Fifth Street Garage*Mayor, downtown workers air concerns about 10 level parking tower on the east end of downtown.

Atterberry wins CBOR service award

The Columbia Board of Realtors has chosen auctioneer Larry Atterberry to receive the 2010 Denny…

Providence Bank evolves with Premier acquisition

Anatomy of a Bank Takeover

Forsee resigns as UM System president

University of Missouri President Gary Forsee has resigned. Forsee told curators during a meeting in…

Local film industry's growth surprising, even to insiders

Film Industry Forum

‘Reverse Outsourcing’ Local company lures Indian partner

Shasun, a global player in the pharmaceutical industry, has agreed to invest more than $2 million in a joint venture with Nanoparticle Biochem Inc. to develop a a prostate cancer treatment created in MU labs and licensed by the university.

Machens expands again with Estes buyout

Car Czar

Accountant seeking 1st Ward council seat

Fred Schmidt, owner of Accounting Cycle, said today that he plans to run for the…

Potterfield sparks gateway project

The green and white paint is faded, and dead yellow pampas grass partially obscures the “Welcome to Columbia” sign along eastbound Interstate 70. The wooden sign between the Midway and Stadium Boulevard exits displays a decade-old population estimate: 84,531.
There are towering billboards flanking the door-sized welcome sign and competing for the attention of drivers whizzing by. A smaller adjacent sign names the businesses that covered the gateway project’s cost, including one that hasn’t been around for years, Ameritec Cellular