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President Michael Brady left Systematic Savings Bank after three decades.

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

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.

In the Ozarks, a new form of savings account is based on collectivism and cultural traditions.

The nation’s unbanked population is on the decline.

The Monett-based financial industry software firm boosts revenue by 7 percent. 

Loan volume in the Springfield MSA increases for the first time in two years.

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