In what is likely to be the only debate in the race for St. Louis County's top spot, four of the candidates for County Executive attacked ten-year incumbent Charlie Dooley for two hours over the problems facing the county, including FBI investigations, mismanaged projects and a shrinking population. ... More >>
The country is broke, so when it comes to ripping off the IRS, the federal government isn't too proud to go after the small fish. Evelyn Silas, 53, was sentenced to fifteen months in prison for adding false information to twenty tax returns she filed for friends and family over a course of three ye ... More >>
Express Scripts, a St. Louis-based medication prescription company, has released a report saying usage of ADHD meds have risen substantially over the past few years - and it's adult women, not young boys, who have increased their pill popping the most. The study looks at 400,000 pharmacy claims out ... More >>
Express Scripts is St. Louis' largest company -- by far.The pharmaceutical management company Express Scripts isn't just the largest St. Louis company on this year's Fortune 500 list -- it's actually made the magazine's list of fastest growing companies across the nation.With 81.8 percent revenue ... More >>
via http://www.wpclipart.com/Feel like stoking your class envy this morning? The AFL-CIO has a tool for you -- a database of CEO pay. And it's pretty awesome appalling.Seriously, the stats the union has compiled here are enough to turn even the most enthusiastic capitalist into a Marx-spouting le ... More >>
image viaHere in St. Louis, lots and lots of people are working tirelessly to explain the meaning of life -- not in the philosophical sense, but literally: How does the universe work? Here are some of the discoveries they've made this month, as reported in Riverfront Times and Daily RFT: Bar ... More >>
image viaYou know that old saying: When one door closes, another one opens? Well, in this case, when one door opens...you decide to build even more doors to open, we guess.Not only has St. Louis-based pharmaceutical management company Express Scripts Inc. announced its intention to reverse its de ... More >>
Kase WickmanBensalem, Penn. workers and union supporters outside Express Scripts, Inc. headquarters August 30.Last summer, dozens of workers from Express Scripts, Inc's Bensalem, Pennsylvania facility bused to the company's St. Louis headquarters to protest the threat of their branch's closure. T ... More >>
St. Louis-based Express Scripts Inc. is the nation's second largest "pharmacy benefit management company" -- handling an impressive 12 percent of all prescriptions in the United States through mail order and retail drug stores alike.But the company earlier this year announced plans to close a pro ... More >>
Kase WickmanRemember the irate Bensalem, Penn. Express Scripts workers and SEIU members who road-tripped across the country to the company's St. Louis headquarters? Well, it seems that they're out of luck: Express Scripts has announced plans to close one of the Bensalem facilities, laying of ... More >>
Kase WickmanBensalem, Pennsylvania workers and union supporters outside Express Scripts, Inc. headquarters August 30.Approximately 30 pissed-off Express Scripts, Inc. workers from Bensalem, Penn. are headed to our nation's capital to voice their complaints about their treatment at the hands of th ... More >>
No need to leave the old Barcalounger now.Thanks to some last minute ticket sales, the Rams game Sunday will be televised on KTVI (Channel 2). Kick off is at noon. The Rams had faced the possibility of having their first game of the season blacked out due to a lack of ticket sales. As the Post-Di ... More >>
Kase WickmanProtestors at Monday's rally outside Express Scripts' headquarters near UMSL For the last four days, two massive tour buses carrying 50 unionized employees of Express Scripts, Inc.'s Bensalem, Penn. facility have been rolling toward St. Louis. Monday afternoon, they gathered outside t ... More >>
UMSL baseball coach Jim Brady's fevered battle with university officials has gone to extra innings.
A local developer continues to gobble up land on the city's north side.