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The “daytime cafe” is the first of five planned in southwest Missouri and northwest Arkansas by James Tillman and Joseph Hulston.

Combined, the development is estimated to cost $3.5 million.

New markets, rebranding and new releases — it’s all so complex.

In some cases, small to medium size employers provide only non-medical employee benefits. Trevor Croley, President of Croley Insurance and Financial says some larger employers who offer medical …

The co-owners of Canvas Missouri LLC are seeking space for their new venture dubbed Indie.

The Springfield restaurant chain is adding another two stores to its portfolio.

Dubbed Galloway Creek, the development will include a new restaurant by the Jalili family.

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.

Newsmakers in the areas of arts, banking & finance, communications, education, food & dining, health care, law and politics.

Features Editor Hanna Smith interviews the head chef and owner of Prairie Pie.

After a decade in business and a franchise switch, the owners of Vino Cellars launch private-label wines.

Ophelia’s owner says he feels like Indiana Jones after discovering a secret underground room.

Unique baked goods shed light on Suicide Awareness Month.

The South Glenstone Avenue eatery is saved from closure.

Southwest Missouri Realty moved its main operations, Jesus Was Homeless opened a new thrift store and a Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers franchise location launched.

More than five months behind schedule, Tom and Lori Muetzel reveal the source of their renovation delays.

DigitMint Inc., a digital currency service, opened its third office, New York-style pizzeria The Big Slice LLC moved two doors down and Cape Girardeau-based Plaza Tire Service Inc. opened its second Springfield store.

The Queen City’s small-town culture can bring challenges for area startups, too.

A battle between Quikdine.Com Inc. and Lightning Delivery may not be over.

Jay Rasmussen, General Manager with Ameripride, says they lowered their turnover rate nearly 50% in a year's time.

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