Simmons Bank is in negotiations to get the naming rights to the Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium. If the deal is finalized, the facility would become the Simmons Bank Memorial Stadium.
San Jose city employees who have not been vaccinated against Covid-19 have another week to at least get their first shot.
A Bay Area company went on the hunt for a certain class of drugs that could level off calcium levels in both the blood and urine. Now it plans to take a drug into a late-stage clinical trial for people at risk of deadly kidney disease.
The University of Pennsylvania broke ground Friday on a new data sciences building to be named Amy Gutmann Hall, honoring Penn's current and longest-serving president. The new building will stretch six floors and 116,000 square feet. It will be locat...
On this week's Silicon Insider Podcast: Instagram for Kids, Amazon's tracking robot, a new IPO boom and TikTok traders. Oh, and Elizabeth Holmes' trial in San Jose.
Marsha Jones is a winner of a 2021 Women of Influence award.
Collins Aerospace and its predecessor companies had been in the same space since the 1960s, but with more work coming to Lenexa and more jobs needing to be filled, it moves to a location more than twice as big as it current facility.
Lenexa-based ECS Inc. already was growing thanks to new relationships with major global distributors, but the pandemic boosted demand for electronics and shifted the company's growth into overdrive.
National Football League legend Emmitt Smith is known nowadays for much more than his Hall of Fame career on the field. Smith was the keynote speaker at the Commercial Association of Realtors-Wisconsin Retail Conference & Rainmaker Event Thursday where...
The Milwaukee Bucks partnered with Socios.com, a sports and entertainment industry blockchain provider, to expand the brand's global reach through digital polls, digital gameday takeovers and signage in Fiserv Forum. Malta-based Socios.com encourages ...
The breakfast and brunch chain is going public.
Bank of America surpasses goal to hire 10,000 from low- to moderate-income areas, sets new one for 2025
Bank of America Corp. has exceeded a five-year goal to hire 10,000 people from low- to moderate-income communities.