Company plans to sell its food truck after moving.
Kuvera Partners is seeking incentives for the proposed Aquarium at the Boardwalk.
The health care system also names a new president at its Lamar hospital.
Construction crews begin work on West Sunshine.
Eight months after buying a home in Rountree for its new space, the home design company moves from Farmers Park.
Skill Up Information Fair to be held simultaneously.
Springfield receives a $4.4 million check from the state.
Rep. Billy Long discusses the government’s work to battle the illegal practice.
Two incumbents seek re-election in April, and one challenger is in the mix.
There are now a record 2,208 billionaires worldwide, according to an Oxfam International report published Monday.
Quartz reports the number of Transportation Security Administration employees calling in sick is growing as the federal government shutdown …
Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo pleaded guilty to tax fraud but avoided jail time.
China demanded that the U.S. drop an extradition request with Canada over a top executive of Huawei.
Former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn had a bail request rejected for the second time in a week.
The European Commission levied a $648.3 million fine against Mastercard.
Starbucks is expanding its delivery service after a pilot in Miami started in fall 2018.
Johnson & Johnson posted better-than-expected fourth-quarter results.
Democrats immediately rejected President Donald Trump's compromise offer to end the government shutdown.
The Silicon Valley Business Journal issued a report on pay for employees at Apple, Facebook and Google.
Take a tour of Ellecor Design and Gifts new home in the Rountree neighborhood.
Developer Say You Can LLC is seeking blight designations on homes at 1361 and 1365 E. Cherry St.
Photographer Wes Hamilton selects his best photos of 2018.
Roughly 210 people converged Dec. 5 on the AMC Springfield 11 IMAX Theater for Springfield Business Journal’s third-annual 90 Ideas in 90 Minutes.
The CEO of Burrell Behavioral Health is the Nov. 20 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
“Those firms made a business decision not to respond.” — Ron Petering of Springfield Environmental Services, on only one response to an RFQ for 200 acres owned by the city
A funding mechanism for startup and small businesses is making big dividends as an alternative to traditional loans.
Technology veterans form startup to carve their own path, starting with a four-day workweek.