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Bass Pro Outdoor World LLC agreed to pay $10.5 million and update its policies to settle a discrimination lawsuit.

An estimated 53,000 people attend to view 451 classic cars.

Branson Landing, owned by HCW Development Co. LLC, found a tenant for one of its larger, mostly vacant buildings.

In a second career, Jack and Donna Ewing join a mobile shaved ice franchise.

A south-side PaPPo’s Pizzeria and Pub opened; restaurateur Angel Kim launched all-you-can-eat Italian restaurant The Hill; and a new Doe’s Eat Place franchise restaurant got its start.

Sears Holding Corp. is eliminating its Kmart brand from southwest Missouri.

Online retailer Amazon and teen apparel chain Forever 21 are among companies considering offers to purchase bankrupt American Apparel, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.

The Greensboro, North Carolina-based chain will not open a store at Glenstone Marketplace. 

Husband-and-wife owners take over the 6-year-old socially conscious clothing retailer.

Amazon, Wal-Mart and other retailers have been sued for $50 million for allegedly infringing on the trademark of iconic rap and hip-hop group RUN-DMC.

Discount Tire opens on South Glenstone with 11 jobs.

The former home of Marilyn's Fine Jewelry is remodeled for a prepaid wireless phone store.

In a move meant to bolster its chances of buying Rite Aid, Walgreens Boots Alliance and Rite Aid announced yesterday plans to sell hundreds of Ride Aid stores to Fred's Inc. for $950 million.

The company was listed for sale the past two months.

The Springfield auto parts retailer was accused of improperly disposing of hazardous waste.

An Austin, Texas company purchases the company started by Lynn Reeves in 2009.

The companies submit an SEC filing indicating 30 more days of review time.

The company also contributes $10,000 to support the American Red Cross of Southern Missouri and hurricane relief efforts.

Drugstore chain CVS Health cut its 2016 adjusted earnings forecast.

A company official declines to comment on long-standing plans for two stores in the Queen City.

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