Caitlin Kissee of Propel People Development LLC identifies "management epidemics" in the first of three columns.
The organization claims Travis Dibben’s Escape Resolutions failed to pay back customers and poorly communicated with them.
Businesspeople and protesters react to the reform proposal after the first of several planned stops.
Stakeholders are working through new ideas for a fourth addition at the southeast corner of Boonville Avenue and Phelps Street.
Founder sells nearly 90 percent of client billings to go all in on food marketing and development.
The organization’s board plans to hire a replacement by mid-January.
Megan Short succeeds Kathy Baer, who plans to retire from the Springfield Contractors Association.
The ousted professionals are finding their footings in new careers.
Kraig Butrum takes over as the nonprofit’s chief development officer.
Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, education, health care, insurance, manufacturing and municipal.
Bass Pro Outdoor World LLC agreed to pay $10.5 million and update its policies to settle a discrimination lawsuit.
Newsmakers in the areas of banking, community, government, legal, media, municipal and nonprofit.
The organization receives 23 complaints against Maker Geeks.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, economic development, education, health care, media, miscellany and real estate.
People Centric Consulting Group co-founder Don Harkey writes about two Springfields he’s observed and how they can be connected.
Nonprofits battle donor fatigue year round, but the constant onslaught of the holiday season can be especially difficult.
A battle between Quikdine.Com Inc. and Lightning Delivery may not be over.
The Federal Communications Commission is requiring broadcasters and pay-TV providers to add more programming for the visually impaired.
Todd Carroll’s switch is among other leadership changes at Springfield’s largest advertising firm.
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The 21-year-old is working to graduate in May while cultivating her small business.
“We’re doing really complicated math, forecasting way in the spring, what we’re gonna need in inventory by what date,” says Shawn Askinosie, the Founder and CEO of Askinosie Chocolate. The …