Nirmal Mulye says he received death threats since the Financial Times reported he had a “moral requirement” to raise a drug price 400 percent. He told Sen. Claire McCaskill his comments were misconstrued.
US farmers will soon begin getting government checks as part of a billion-dollar bailout to help those experiencing financial strain from President Donald Trump's trade disputes with China, but even those poised for big payouts worry it won't be enough.
A KMBZ radio show host included his personal experience as a client in live and recorded ads for Creative Planning Inc. The investment firm says it failed to check the ads. SEC fined the firm $200,000.
An underperforming shopping center in Midtown could see new life as a mixed-use development. Developers hope to add apartments on top of the existing Uptown Shoppes, previously known as the Valentine Shopping Center.
Passage of “ban the box” legislation in Kansas City has triggered new interest in dropping a system that bars violent felons from receiving employee liquor permits, allowing them to be bartenders or servers.
Sprint had agreed to sell property for Galleria 115 project, but the buyer led by developer Kenneth G. Block failed to meet a Saturday deadline to close the deal. Block is still confident in the purchase.
Moody’s and Standard & Poors, the two largest credit ratings agencies, pummeled Platte County’s credit scores after catching wind of commissioners discussing the possibility of walking away from its debt obligations for the Zona Rosa shopping center.
Ten Kansas City-area investors have sued their investment advisers, who claimed 1st Global Capital in Florida was a safe investment and posed little or no risk. Instead, feds charged 1st Global was a fraud.
KU Hospital officials said Thursday they received a $66 million gift from the Sunderland Foundation that will allow them to devote the last three unoccupied floors of their new tower to blood cancer treatment.