She practiced law for 38 years, receiving multiple accolades.
Around 160 people attended Springfield Business Journal’s 2018 Health Care Champions event held Nov. 15.
Features Editor Christine Temple outlines the annual Health Care Champions event.
Crowdfunding campaign reaches $10,000 goal within eight hours.
Local call center adding to current employee count of 1,000.
The company is doubling its square footage and employee count.
Company serves as presenting sponsor for Rebound fundraiser.
Total also beats city officials’ projection for November.
Diane Olson of the Missouri Farm Bureau examines the holiday’s market basket survey.
Nissan Motors announced it would dismiss Chairman Carlos Ghosn.
Michael Bloomberg announced he donated $1.8 billion to Johns Hopkins University, his alma mater.
The White House is threatening to again pull CNN correspondent Jim Acosta's press credentials after a court ordered the pass be given back.
After reports surfaced that the Cleveland Browns were considering interviewing Condoleezza Rice for head coach, she responded via Facebook.
After a hand recount of ballots, outgoing Florida Gov. Rick Scott was declared the winner of a U.S. Senate race.
Ford Motor Co. filed a patent application for an odor-removal process.
U.S. states this year spent more than $2 trillion on Medicaid, marking the first time that level of spending has been reached, according to the …
The International Space Station is getting its first 3D printer with its own recycling machine.
Walmart is now the third-largest e-commerce retailer, passing Apple.
The National Rifle Association is cutting free coffee and water coolers for employees at its Fairfax, Virginia, headquarters, Mother Jones …
The downtown museum is targeting a mid-2019 opening after a $12 million renovation.
The ceremony raises money for Women in Need of the Ozarks.
Dapper owner Sean Brownfield is the Oct. 16 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s monthly 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
Associated General Contractors of Missouri hosts an Oct. 3 news conference for Build Missouri Week.
About 120 people attended the Beyond Data event on Sept. 21.
“Dead people never find recovery.” — David Stoecker, founder of Better Life in Recovery Inc., on intervening to help those with substance use disorders
The Neighbor’s Mill family business is mixing up plans for their second Springfield cafe.