- Associated Press - Thursday, March 9, 2017

ST. LOUIS (AP) - Microsoft Corp. plans a regional office at the Cortex tech hub in St. Louis, bringing 150 jobs.

The move, announced Wednesday, includes relocating about 60 employees from Microsoft’s office in Creve Coeur, Missouri, a St. Louis suburb, to the new office when the $55 million facility opens in 2018.

The new office will be regional headquarters for several states, including Missouri, Kansas and Tennessee. The facility will also include a new Microsoft Technology Center, where customers can work with Microsoft employees to design custom information technology systems. It will be among about 40 such centers around the world.

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Cortex houses more than 250 technology-related firms and provides support for emerging technology companies.

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