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Monday Morning Business Leads: Oct. 25, 2021

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The district honors alums who went on to become a nonprofit leader, doctor, teacher and NASA engineer.

Higher expenses result in 2% net income drop in the third quarter.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein has wine suggestions for the British celebration.

The restaurant is becoming The 7th on Walnut.

St. Louis coal company Peabody Energy Corp. is terminating the employment of a top executive.

Austrian plastics manufacturer ALPLA is eyeing Kansas City for a new plant.

Joplin's Missouri Southern State University cut the ribbon on a new center for applied behavior analysis.

The University of Missouri-Columbia has suspended all fraternity activities after an unresponsive student was taken to the hospital.

Southwest Airlines announced recent service problems that led to thousands of canceled flights cost the airline $75 million.

A Deutsche Bank whistleblower received aa nearly $200 million bounty for a tip, people familiar with the matter told The Wall Street Journal.

Office-leasing company WeWork has gone public through a special purpose acquisition company.

Chipotle Mexican Grill reported record third-quarter sales.

Local culture will be on display at the 2023 Smithsonian Folklife Festival.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks responds to the newspaper finding a security flaw on a state website and the resulting threat of litigation by the governor.

The company reports jump "despite continued competitive and interest rate pressures," CEO says.

The University of Missouri-St. Louis is choosing not to renew its sponsorship of the Arch Community charter school in north part of the city.

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