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University of Missouri cleared of retaliating against fired supervisor

A St. Louis judge ruled that a former University of Missouri extension office supervisor failed to prove workers’ compensation retaliation when she was terminated shortly after a work-related accident. Judge Joan L. Moriarty found that officials at the University of ...

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Gay officer wins $20M sex-discrimination suit against St. Louis County

After a five-day trial, a St. Louis County Police Department sergeant won a nearly $20 million jury verdict on claims of sex/gender discrimination and retaliation under the Missouri Human Rights Act. Keith Wildhaber, who is gay and a 25-year veteran ...

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Survey: US business hiring falls to a 7-year low

A measure of hiring by U.S. companies has fallen to a seven-year low and fewer employers are raising pay, a business survey has found. Just one-fifth of the economists surveyed by the National Association for Business Economics said their companies ...

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Survey: US business hiring falls to a 7-year low

A measure of hiring by U.S. companies has fallen to a seven-year low and fewer employers are raising pay, a business survey has found. Just one-fifth of the economists surveyed by the National Association for Business Economics said their companies ...

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Shifting gears: Missouri Supreme Court pace picks up in 2019

In the last six months of 2018, the Missouri Supreme Court appeared to be gearing up for some big decisions. So far in 2019, that behind-the-scenes work is bearing fruit. As of the court’s handdown on June 25, the high court ...

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Port has fewer maritime jobs after expansion; agency says OK

A Mississippi Gulf Coast port has fewer maritime jobs now than it did before a $570 million restoration and expansion project funded by a federal grant. But the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development says the state is complying ...

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