A former Springfield resident returns after working at a similar shop in California.
Steve Gimenez intends to exit the organization in October.
Local businesses sign on for The Last Straw initiative.
The Door Balancer will be tested at 100 stores this holiday season.
The tour showcases houses in Springfield, Nixa, Ozark and Republic.
Thunder Ridge Transport Inc.’s president and CEO assumes a new role.
The insurance provider expects the move will collectively save residents $26 million annually.
Bennet Bodenstein reviews three selections from the California winery.
The 2027 N. Glenstone Ave. Mexican eatery shuts down.
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Audi CEO Rupert Stadler was arrested as part of an investigation into the carmaker's diesel emissions scandal.
Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes resigned as the company's CEO after she was indicted.
President Donald Trump intends to nominate Kathy Kraninger to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
AT&T announced it's changing the name of Time Warner to WarnerMedia.
Apple announced it will launch a feature on the iPhone that shares your exact location with first responders when you dial 911.
Google is investing $550 million into Chinese e-commerce firm JD.com.
Walt Disney's "Incredibles 2" set multiple records at the North American box office this weekend.
A survey by CreditCards.com found millennials are the worst tippers.
A stormy Thursday led to roughly 2,000 City Utilities customers losing power in Springfield.
O’Reilly Auto Parts renewed its title sponsorship of the World Series of Drag Racing.
SBJ shadows the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce president.
SBJ shadows the CoxHealth CEO.
SBJ shadows the Springfield Little Theatre leader.
About 250 people attended Springfield Business Journal’s 2018 Dynamic Dozen awards held at The Old Glass Place.
Easy Access Hunts on May 11 wins the fifth-annual Spin66 Pitch Pit competition.
"We want to make money by keeping people healthy.” — Steve Edwards, on CoxHealth's preventive health care measures
SBJ shadows Matt Morrow, Steve Edwards and Beth Domann.
Property ownership remains unclear in the continuing case of the bankrupted hotelier.
Third generation of Carson-Mitchell Inc. assumes new leadership roles.
Web Producer Geoff Pickle examines the appropriation of millennial culture by hotel developers.