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The Navistar contract is expected to generate up to $100 million over five years.

The state’s jobless figure is 4.1 percent in February.

The Show-Me State outpaces nationwide growth.

Firms with rich histories in town plant deeper roots.

Employers add 235,000 jobs in February.

The Springfield company’s CarInfoToGo platform will be used at national events held by the carmaker.

Springfield accounting firm KPM CPAs releases survey of 250 manufacturing executives from broad industries.

The country’s jobless figure increases for the second-straight month after hitting a nine-year low. 

The Carthage manufacturer’s bottom line rises 18.7 percent in 2016.

The funding will provide manufacturing training designed to get young people interested in the industry.

Nonfarm payroll employment rises by 156,000 jobs in December. 

Andrew Herr succeeds Kurt Hellweg.

The state ties for the largest significant unemployment rate decrease in the nation last month.

The state’s jobless rate drops to 4.7 percent in November. 

With over 200 attendees, panelists discuss food safety, trends and legislation.

The U.S. trade deficit recorded its biggest increase in more than one and a half years in October as exports of soybeans and other products fell.

Jim Batten becomes CFO of International Dehydrated Foods and others in the Darr family of comanies.

Company officials cite a lag in market prices of steel.

The funding will help companies grow their international business through export training and trade activities.

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