Kansas City Star
Midday Business Report
KC CEO who hiked drug price 400% fires back at McCaskill, says he got death threats

Kansas City-based Nostrum Laboratories has found itself at the center of a national storm over drug prices after comments its CEO made regarding a 400 percent price hike for a common antibiotic. The CEO, Nirmal Mulye, said the company provides about 100 good-paying jobs in Kansas City.
Major redevelopment of distressed Midtown shopping center gets early approval
JoCo investment adviser fined $200K for radio ads with forbidden testimonials
Earth is finally moving at Mission Gateway. But council is delaying one more thing
Event space, ‘signature’ retail development on Grand Boulevard wins initial approval
New Crossroads food hall offers Nashville hot chicken, dumplings and Detroit pizza
JoCo neighbors call development near school ‘completely unacceptable’
New at Arrowhead Stadium: spicy Diablo chicken sandwich, loaded nachos, vegan sausage
KC may drop liquor permits that bar felons from bartending thanks to ‘ban the box’
No sale yet on Sprint HQ land slated to be Galleria 115, but buyer still confident
Platte County has to pick its poison for Zona Rosa: Financial pain now, or later
KC investors, out $2.5M, sue OP-based Pinnacle in bankrupt Florida ‘zero risk’ deal
After ‘17 years, 4 million baguettes, 400,000 cups of coffee,’ North KC bakery closes


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