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Leawood

(lē`wo͝od), city (1990 pop. 19,693), Johnson co., NE Kans., a suburb of Kansas City; inc. 1948. An agricultural trade center that has undergone major suburban development, it has business offices and headquarters as well as meat-processing plants and light manufacturing.
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In 2015, he joined Northwestern Mutual in the company's Leawood, Kansas office.
Farmobile, headquartered in Leawood, Kansas, is an independent agriculture technology company.
Halsted LLC (39.78%), an affiliate of Marc Realty Capital of Chicago; 2059 Partners LLC (36.03%), an affiliate of R2 Companies of Chicago; and two affiliates of Vesta Capital of Leawood, Kansas: Argenta's Best Living Investors LLC (21.45%) and TU Properties LLC (2.74%).
Headquartered in Leawood, Kansas, AmTrust Ag manages multi-peril crop, crop hail, livestock and named peril crop insurance.
Plaintiff's attorneys: Dan Zmijewski and Chris Dove, DRZ Law, Leawood, Kansas
Tallgrass, based in Leawood, Kansas, would contribute its Pony Express Pipeline System.
The Leawood, Kansas, company is the world's largest theatre operator.
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(Wanda), and headquartered in Leawood, Kansas, which operates 387 theatres with 5,426 screens, primarily in major metropolitan markets in the United States.
The five properties in the joint venture are: The Mall at Johnson City in Johnson City, Tennessee; Pearlridge Center in Aiea, Hawaii; Polaris Fashion Place[R] in Columbus, Ohio; Scottsdale Quarter[R] in Scottsdale, Arizona; Town Center Plaza (which consists of Town Center Plaza and the adjacent Town Center Crossing), in Leawood, Kansas. WP Glimcher will continue to lease and manage the properties.
I think there's a genuine excitement and enthusiasm that occurs when the nominations come out,'' said Noonan, at AMC headquarters in Leawood, Kansas. "This gives them the opportunity to not only go see all these movies at once but to be surrounded by people who are there for the same reason.''
"We remain bullish and are advising our clients to remain overweight on equities, but the levels of valuations and investor sentiment are starting to give us pause in the short term," said Bill Greiner, chief investment officer of Mariner Wealth Advisors, in Leawood, Kansas. "We're not in nosebleed territory, but we are a bit stretched."