The Business Journals
Truman Library, which avoided Covid-19 shutdown during $29M renovation, closes as cases spike
Today 23:02 EDT
Weeks after reopening following a two-year closing for a $29 million renovation, the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum will close its doors once again due to "high transmission" of...
Truman Medical Centers becomes first KC medical center to require Covid-19 vaccination
Today 22:19 EDT
Beulah Mae’s Southern Kitchen opens in Alabaster
Today 21:28 EDT
A business owner that specializes in the catering of Southern staples has ventured into brick and mortar.
Salazar ruled permanently ineligible
Today 20:19 EDT
The retailer said it saw double-digit growth over the past year and is continuing to invest in its physical and digital footprints.
Baker finds no deal on sales tax mega-holiday
Today 18:23 EDT
Senate President Karen Spilka, asked if there was any chance the Legislature would agree to expand the traditional two-day holiday to Gov. Baker's proposed two months, responded with, "At this point,...
Kali Thorne Ladd exits KairosPDX, new CEO announced
Today 18:15 EDT
Nominate young founders, technologists and innovators for Wisconsin Inno Under 25 awards
Today 18:02 EDT
Wisconsin Inno, a sister publication of the Milwaukee Business Journal, is seeking nominations for young innovators making a difference in the local startup ecosystem. Nominations are due by Aug. 15.
The so-called "Smart Ticket NFT Experience Pass" will be used for the NBA summer league games, which will take place at Golden 1 Center on Aug. 3 and 4.
Phoenix city manager announces retirement
Today 17:27 EDT
Your only chance to opt out of Washington's new long-term care tax is fast approaching
Today 17:11 EDT
Not everyone will need to pay the state's 0.58% payroll tax when it goes into effect next year. Here's why it could make sense to seek an alternative.
SF Bar Owner Alliance moves forward on proof of vaccination, negative Covid test for indoor service
Today 16:40 EDT
The local association represents some 450 bar owners across an estimated 300 establishments in the city.
"We are lucky to have been able to hire someone as experienced and passionate about community building, economic vitality, and sustainability as Sarah," HMC co-president Thom Foss said in a press...
How an app helped Lincoln Park Zoo measure how animals reacted during Covid closures
Today 16:23 EDT
Covid-19 presented the zoo with a dilemma: How will the animals act when all visitors are gone? And, perhaps most importantly, what will they do once crowds return? It turns out, there's an app to...
American Airlines gets pushback from DFW’s Sabre on lawsuit
Today 16:18 EDT
The Potomac Yard station won't open until at least fall 2022, a delay the city of Alexandria's mayor said is "inexcusable."
The U.S. Postal Service has announced the launch of USPS Connect Local in an effort to provide affordable local shipping rates to small-business owners in select areas.
Who are Austin's fastest-growing companies?
Today 15:48 EDT
The deadline to nominate companies for Austin Business Journal's annual Fast 50 Awards is quickly approaching.
A Birmingham metro city's restaurant week offers foodies an opportunity to try out different popular restaurants.
Luxury hotel JW Marriott set to open in uptown Charlotte
Today 15:44 EDT
“JW Marriott Charlotte brings a true urban retreat to Charlotte, with luxury amenities and exceptional dining,” says David Malmberg, general manager.
Arlington-based X-ray food safety company changes hands
Today 15:41 EDT
FlexXray is an Arlington firm with about 200 employees that provides inspection and recovery services for food companies.
Mini-golf eatertainment concept Puttshack to open first Texas location in Houston Center
Today 15:37 EDT
Mooresville sleep-tech company Kryo Inc. teams up with the Cincinnati Reds, Seattle Mariners
Today 15:30 EDT
This isn't the first time professional athletes have turned to ChiliSleep — but it is the first public partnership for the Charlotte-based company behind that technology.
Milwaukee Bucks file to trademark 'Bucks in Six'
Today 15:29 EDT
Though the Milwaukee Bucks had not yet fulfilled the prophecy that dates back almost a decade, the team filed an application to obtain two marks on the eve of Game 6 of the NBA Finals, which the Bucks...
St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones said she's working with Comptroller Darlene Green's office to determine whether they will authorize spending of federal stimulus money via a public health proclamation...
Nomination season is in full swing here at Buffalo Business First, and we're looking for your recommendations.
Dayton to consider development agreement for nonprofit's $2.6M headquarters redevelopment project
Today 14:30 EDT
The city says this project will help "retain a critical youth development asset" in southwest Dayton.
PWSA receiving $23.97M from PENNVEST for repairs
Today 14:29 EDT
Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville” is a comedy of wit, conniving schemes and silly disguises. Based on Beaumarchais’ play of the same name, the opera usually unfolds as one great crescendo over three...
Courts have gone back and forth on whether the CDC's conditional sail order may remain in place as the industry looks to resume voyages.