Former SBJ Features Editor Emily Letterman pens her farewell column.
How to get a city’s blessing on a new flag design — and why Springfield doesn’t.
SBJ Editor Eric Olson analyzes the results of the recent political contest between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Hanna Smith introduces herself to the business community.
When economists talk in terms of America’s favorite pastime, SBJ Editor Eric Olson joins the chatter.
Wal-Mart is using shopping cart security akin to wireless pet fences. Geoff Pickle tests the system.
Sen. Ron Richard recounts Joplin’s 2011 tornado as he lays out ways to help Houston.
Nixa’s flag competition looks good on the surface. Eric Olson tells why.
Columnist Phill Brooks recalls two Missouri corruption cases following the FBI’s probe of Hillary Clinton.
Features Editor Emily Letterman makes the case for Uber to enter Springfield.
Columnist Ellen Rohr wants to know what you're learned by working with the next generation.
Columnist Nancy O’Reilly says the superhero is creating conversations across multiple industries.
SBJ Web Producer Geoff Pickle writes about websites battling Adblock.
Crista Hogan of the Springfield Metropolitan Bar Association says voting in judicial retention elections is the best of both worlds.
Columnist Ellen Rohr speaks at the West Point Club as part of a U.S. Military Academy leadership event.
Columnist Ellen Rohr says friendships ease the pressure of business relationships.
Is e-commerce to blame for a struggling retail industry? The answer is in the data, says Web Producer Geoff Pickle.
James Shuls of the Show-Me Institute says many teachers are shortchanged.
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Candida Deckard, one of Springfield Business Journal’s Most Influential Women and the Director of Human Resources and Safety at CNH Industrial Reman, says you need to carefully consider the consequences before you quit your job.