Business Bulletin Board

By John O. Linstead Of The Post-Dispatch | St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), August 19, 1996 | Go to article overview

Business Bulletin Board


John O. Linstead Of The Post-Dispatch, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


OPENINGS

Human resources veteran Linda S. Craig has opened The Craig Consulting Co. to offer training, employee climate surveys, compensation analysis, procedures development, employee communications and other services. Address: 848 Victoria Place, St. Louis, Mo. 631-3146. Phone. 822-4430.

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The Learning Curve, an educational supply store for parents and teachers, has opened across from the Magic House at 461 South Kirkwood Road, Kirkwood, Mo. 63122. Tutoring and psychological evaluations also are available. Phone: (314) 822-8363.

BRANCHING OUT

Matthew Smith hair care clinic opens Wednesday at 10 Maryland Plaza, St. Louis, Mo. 63108. Phone: (314) 454-0045.

ON THE MOVE

N. Lee and Associates, a business and personal services company, has moved to 8001 St. Charles Rock Road, St. Louis, Mo. 63145. Services include nationwide paging and voice mail, desktop publishing of newsletters, secretarial services, bookkeeping, discount buying service, tax preparation and personal assistants. Phone: (314) 208-1664; pager: (314) 768-9755.

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Robert Hockenhull and Douglas Skrainka have moved their branch office of Cutter & Co. Brokerage Inc. to 130 East Jefferson Avenue, Kirkwood, Mo. 63122. Phone: (314) 965-6337; fax: (314) 965-9973; e-mail: Hockenhull:hock@mo.net, Skrainka:niko@mo.net; Internet: http://www.stocktrader.com.

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Ground has been broken for a new 39,000-square-foot office and warehouse for Phoenix International Freight Services in Berkeley at 4659 World Parkway Circle, St. Louis, Mo. 63134. Paric Corp. is general contractor for the project, scheduled for completion in late September.

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Pulaski Bank has moved its Gravois branch to 10756 Sunset Hills Plaza, St. Louis, Mo. 63127.

GETTING BETTER

Anderson's Investor's Software Inc., a Clayton-based catalog retailer of finance and investment software to the individual and business owners, has updated its on-line catalog (http://www. …

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