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Kohl's Corp. beat analysts' expectations for its second-quarter results.

President Michael Brady left Systematic Savings Bank after three decades.

The Kansas City-based bank cites loan growth as a second-quarter driver.

Michael Nesbitt, President of Nesbitt Construction, says he learned valuable lessons about work ethic and business from his father. Whether or not his father, Bill Nesbitt, founder of Nesbitt Construction, intended to prepare his eight-year old son …

Officials cite a gain from the termination of a Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. loss-share agreement.

The Rogersville banking company would gain $70 million in assets and three branches. 

The company’s revenue climbs 6 percent during the second quarter.

The company’s shares trade near a 52-week high. 

The city’s 1 percent sales tax check from the state comes in at $4.7 million in July. 

Missouri Trust and Investment Co. receives approval of its charter from the Missouri Division of Finance.

Springfield helps push the Show-Me State’s rank.

Missouri Trust and Investment Co. plans to open in National Place.

Before a shareholder vote, lawsuits and investigations cast shadow on $5B deal.

Carol Embree signs a two-year contract through 2019.

BluCurrent officials respond to potential class-action lawsuit.

After an Ozark motorcycle dealer closed earlier this month, customers began filing police reports, online complaints and now a class-action lawsuit. Midwest Cycle Center1 LC, Pro Action Auto LLC …

The approved budget represents less than 1 percent growth from fiscal 2017.

Justin Butler of UMB Bank: Let’s take a moment to evaluate if your goals for the year are being met as projected and whether plans need to be adapted to help.

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