The company signs a 10-year lease with plans to launch a second Springfield store.
John Taylor is SBJ's Sept. 19 guest for the 12 People You Need to Know interview series.
Local grocers say SNAP bolsters bottom lines from superstores to gas stations.
After a decade in business and a franchise switch, the owners of Vino Cellars launch private-label wines.
Jera Lincoln relocated Good and Perfect Gifts LLC to Springfield; former SBJ reporter Stevie Rozean transitioned into an illustration and lettering business; and Chad and Christina Jameson moved PuroClean Certified Restoration.
Members of the media were invited Sept. 15 to preview Wonders of Wildlife. Pictured here are photos from the Great Oceans Hall.
The small-batch chocolate manufacturer partners with a farm in Zamora, Ecuador.
The jeweler is building a stand-alone store after landlord and tenant changes at its longtime home.
An invitation obtained by Springfield Business Journal indicates politicians, musicians and conservation leaders will be attendance.
The $5 billion transaction is slated to wrap up on Sept. 25, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
The acquisition appears ready to close later this month.
Bass Pro plans a sneak preview Sept. 21 before the general public is allowed inside.
Larry O’Reilly and Rosalie O’Reilly Wooten combined dispose of 20,000 company shares.
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.
The auto parts retailer increases the aggregate amount of its buyback plan to $9.75 billion.
Four buildings will be demolished for two proposed eateries.
Columnist Bennet Bodenstein suggests a chardonnay and two cabernet sauvignons.
Summer is gone, but about 50,000 college students in the Springfield area are here.
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