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Thursday, 13 March 2014 17:14 Published in Local News
St. Louis, MO (KTRS) - Do you love where you work, or do you want to love where you work? A new list identifies the best places to work in the St. Louis area.
The St. Louis Business Journal released their new list of the best places to work. The winners were chosen based on responses to surveys. Then the company Quantum Workplace analyzed the completed questionnaires. The companies were then divided into groups based on the number of employees.
Tiny Category — 10 to 49 employees
Winner: Westport ONE-MRINetwork
Small Category — 50 to 199 employees
Winner: Sense Corp
Medium Category — 200 to 649 employees
Winner: Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch
Large Category — 650 to 1,999 employees
Winner: Nestlé Purina PetCare Co.
Giant Category — more than 2,000 employees
You can see the full list here: St. Louis Business Journal Best Places to Work
Thursday, 13 March 2014 16:52 Published in Local News
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri schools would be barred from electronically tracking students if legislation passed by the state Senate ultimately becomes law.
The legislation approved Thursday would prohibit public school districts from using "radio frequency identification technology" to track to location of students or transmit information about them.
The technology already is used to identify livestock and pets, track inventory for businesses and allow cars to pass by electronic toll readers without stopping to pay.
Republican Sen. Ed Emery, of Lamar, is sponsoring the bill banning the devices to track students. Emery said he's not aware of any Missouri schools that have sought to use the technology.
The Senate voted 27-5 for the bill, which now goes to the House.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A state senator from eastern Missouri is forgoing a re-election bid, potentially setting off a scramble among Republicans vying to replace him in the reliably GOP district.
Republican Sen. Brian Nieves, of Washington, withdrew Thursday after initially filing for re-election.
One candidate, House Republican Dave Schatz, of Sullivan, had already filed to challenge Nieves. But with Nieves' exit, Republican House Speaker Tim Jones, of Eureka, is now also considering a run.
Jones says he will take time next week to weigh his options. Nieves did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
A potential primary could be an expensive contest. Schatz loaned his campaign $350,000, and Jones reports having $900,000 in his campaign account.
The Senate district includes Franklin County and parts of western St. Louis County.