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The new name is Volt and with it comes a strategic cultural change.

Cheryl Mitchell started Suddenlies Gallery & Boutique; Crave Cookie Dough LLC got its start; and a third branch of The Seymour Bank opened on the Marshfield square.

Shaun Burke takes the helm of the board, and other local bankers are elected as members.

The company closes a loan production office in the market.

Growing your company is good. Or is it? There are five things to consider when assessing if a growth opportunity will help or hinder your company according to Summer Massey, Loan Manager at Arvest …

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, education, government, health care, hospitality and nonprofit.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, accounting, banking & finance, construction, education, engineering, health care, law enforcement, municipal and nonprofit.

The company completes the transition of seven new locations after an acquisition.

Scott Colbert shares his 2018 economic outlook with local investors.

Kevin Williams nets $2.5 million on the transaction.

“It’s important to be able to step outside of ourselves and ask, ‘How can we make things better?’” says Sherry Coker, OTC Center for Workforce Development Business Development Director. …

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, media and technology.

An Oklahoma bank is getting Simmons Bank branding.

Eleven other companies are honored as finalists at The Old Glass Place.

A final vote is expected in two weeks on the projected spending, ahead of the July 1 start of fiscal 2019.

Officials cite higher revenue and lower taxes.

Features Editor Christine Temple interviews the president and co-founder of Floris Capital Management.

SBJ talks with local executives to discuss trust industry trends.

Human resources professionals say the competition for talent in the banking industry is intense.

Presentation outlines five points why the Fed should hold off the expected quarter-point increase this year.

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