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The Missouri Association of Manufacturers holds its annual conference.

Net income swings to a positive $1.8 million in the third quarter.

“While I grew up in Ozark Fence Company, after taking ownership, the company looked a lot different,” says Joe Everest, owner of Ozark Fence & Supply Co., LLC. Growing up in the family business, …

However, employers add 222,000 jobs. 

Over 90 employees are being offered jobs at the company’s two plants in the Queen City.

Hal Higdon plans to attend a June event hosted by the Office of Science and Technology Policy.

The action stalls the law’s Aug. 28 implementation.

Dianna Devore leans on more than 30 years of experience to thrive in manufacturing and engineering.

Do you have a business succession plan in place? Most people don't. Tracy Barnas, Arvest Wealth Management Regional Manager talks with Arvest Bank Loan Manager Summer Massey about what steps you need to take to get your plan in order.

A major American food company recently announced its strong stance in support of genetically-modified ingredients.

The company targets Feb. 20 for what owner Jeff Schrag says is the “largest beer market in Missouri.”

Overall, foreign markets bought $3.9 million worth of Show-Me State goods in the first quarter.

Welding is Chase Woodiel’s art – and she uses her talent to create custom parts for motorcycles, while providing a good life for her children.

An incident involving an acidic food supplement left 108,000 fish dead.

The screen-printing and embroidery firm purchases Springfield competitor Bigfish.

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 …

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 …

The company is consolidating most of its North American operations.

The company is buying new equipment and adding 90 workers at 1325 N. Eldon Ave.

City Council also considers amended rules for short-term rentals like Airbnb.

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