SBJ honored the 2018 class of Most Influential Women on Oct. 12 before a crowd of 430 at the University Plaza Convention Center.
There’s energy blowing in the wind, and City Utilities officials are aiming to capitalize.
H2R’s findings reveal high brand awareness for the Alamo.
Progress opens in the space vacated by Metropolitan Farmer.
Dec. 1 opening targeted for Jaclyn Square, with national company interested.
Clothing and apparel company makes debut as brick-and-mortar retailer.
Tom Muetzel opens The Fat Cat Pizza Co. in Strafford after selling out of Finnegan’s Wake.
Program, called Your Drury Fusion, seeks to prepare graduates for life and career.
Columnist Bennet Bodenstein tries three beverages from the South American country.
The 132-year-old retailer faced a $134 million debt payment it could not afford.
The lead investor is the CEO of Blackstone Group private equity firm.
Celebrity chef, restaurateur and TV personality Guy Fieri is bringing a bar and taco restaurant concept to Kansas City's Power & Light District …
St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist Tony Messenger is for soccer but questions the latest proposal to bring a Major League Soccer team to The Lou.
The European Commission extends its review deadline to Nov. 9.
Tourism is a $112 billion industry in the Sunshine State, so leaders are scrambling to protect it.
Chief financial officer makes comment that an initial public offering could create an $80 billion company.
However, the personal information that was exposed was far more intimate than what was originally thought.
The Carthage Press has returned six weeks after the 134-year-old newspaper closed.
Quaker Window Products announced yesterday it would build a $65 million factory in Eldon, about 30 miles southwest of Jefferson City.
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.
Child Advocacy Center Inc. Executive Director Linda Saturno is the Sept. 18 guest for SBJ’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
Roughly 240 people attended Springfield Business Journal’s annual Trusted Advisers awards ceremony.
“It’s like you have the best news ever, and you have a gag order.” — Ken Stephens, owner of Employee Benefit Design LLC, on advertising restrictions related ot the state chamber's health insurance plans
Starting Strength Online Coaching is changing the gym experience — by removing it.
With an aim to increase its diesel technician graduates, OTC is adding on to its Industry and Transportation Technology Center on the east side of the Springfield campus.
The health care plan through the Missouri chamber impacts 2,100 individuals at almost 150 businesses in Springfield.
Features Editor Christine Temple interviews the vice president and wealth management consultant for Commerce Trust Co.