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Hold Fast Brewing targets summer 2019 launch.

Melissa Randall’s obsession with hair led her to Hairy’s Salon, and now she’s trimmed the business plan.

Scott Pitts and Jason Delcour partnered to open Black Market Smokehouse LLC; IMAC Holdings Inc. purchased Advantage Therapy LLC; and Longitude LLC started.

SmileDirectClub plans launch of local SmileShop next week.

Jay Jung opens east-side Kuma Japanese Ramen.

The Hepcat pays homage to the 1920s-era jazz age.

A nominating committee recommends seven directors.

Dan Strickland started his first business, Shuffle Pub LLC; a Nixa couple formed The Greenhouse on Two Rivers LLC; and Travellers House Coffee LLC opened at Boomer Town Studios.

Tapping into revenue streams such as e-commerce, Springfield Leather Co. nears $10 million mark.

Downtown Springfield has a new intermediate line of transportation planned.

A former Springfield banker is taking the brand into Little Rock, Arkansas.

The Hall of Fame baseball player’s name will adorn clinics in southwest Missouri.

The shop owners are ordered to pay nearly $50,000 in back rent and other fees.

“We take that merchandise in, that donated product, we turn around and turn it into cash, and then the cash funds the mission, and that helps us build the homes,” says Will Kuebler, ReStore …

Features Editor Christine Temple interviews the chairman of Southwest Missouri SCORE.

SBJ sits down with local execs to discuss the tech startup industry.

Kurt Theobald never wanted to start what is today known as Classy Llama Studios LLC.

The desire for inspiring work drew longtime criminal defense lawyer Shawn Askinosie to chocolate making in 2005.

Luke Kuschmeader started his first business at 16 years old.

ScholarPrep provides organizers and online courses for families in several countries.

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