Lane4 Property Group, rebuffed by Overland Park city planners in its first, larger redevelopment proposal, has submitted a new $80 million vision for only the southeast quadrant of 95th Street and Metcalf Avenue.
K12itc, which provides customized technology solutions and services for K-12 school districts, received the Mr. K Award, named after the late Ewing Marion Kauffman, founder of Marion Laboratories and the original owner of the Royals. The Mr. K Award is based on business growth or sustainability, exemplary employee relations and a commitment to community service.
Sprint’s interest in raising cash means it expects to announce a leasing deal involving its wireless spectrum assets “within the next several months,” chief financial officer Tarek Robbiati said. Sprint already has raised more than $3 billion through sale-and-leaseback deals involving smartphones and network equipment it owns.
A congressional committee on Wednesday grilled the TSA’s top administrator. But national screening woes so far have not been a concern at Kansas City’s airport. Some 208,000 passengers will fly in and out of KCI over the long Memorial Day weekend.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba wowed investors when it went public in the U.S. in September 2014, and its profits have bucked Wall Street expectations amid the Chinese economy's slowdown. Yet its unorthodox business structure has raised eyebrows, it's been suspended from an anti-counterfeiting group, and now U.S. regulators are investigating its accounting practices.
Wells Fargo & Co. ends the bank’s five-year fight to settle legal claims over foreclosure missteps after the 2008 credit crisis. The agreement frees the nation’s biggest mortgage lender from loan servicing restrictions imposed last year.
Overland Park-based Sprint has fulfilled its three-year commitment to the Sprint Accelerator in Kansas City and is looking for corporate and civic partners to help sponsor next year’s program, CEO Marcelo Claure said Tuesday during the Sprint Accelerator demo day event.
An Associated Press investigation has documented 345 instances in which people hopped over, crawled under, drove cars through or otherwise breached the fences and gates protecting the perimeters of 31 of the nation's busiest airports between January 2004 and mid-February.
The squeeze began after The Associated Press revealed that intruders hop fences, slip past guardhouses and crash cars through gates at the nation's busiest airports far more often than the public realizes. Since publication of that investigation last spring, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration has clamped down on the release of information about airport perimeter breaches. But using litigation and public records requests, the AP is now able to document 345 breaches dating to 2004 at 31 major U.S. airports, including dozens of previously undisclosed incidents. Due to secrecy, that is still an undercount. Here are some questions and answers on AP's reporting:
A new plan for razing and replacing the closed Metcalf South Shopping Center calls for a Lowe’s Home Improvement store to be built along with smaller retail stores around the site perimeter. Lane4 Property Group, rebuffed by Overland Park city planners in its first, larger redevelopment proposal, on Wednesday submitted a new $80 million vision for only the southeast quadrant of 95th Street and Metcalf Avenue.
Monty Davis and John SleezerThe Kansas City Star
New plan for Metcalf South property includes Lowe’s store