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A yoga studio is the first to open, and The Roost and Edward Jones have signed on next.

Claims filed at the Better Business Bureau say customers didn’t receive custom furniture from woodworker Tyler Viles.

Following clients to the Northwest, the second office is scheduled to open this month.

The maker of bike racks is outgrowing nearby leased space.

The company provides full-service lawn mowing for both residential and commercial clients.

Park Central Market opened, Coryell Enterprises started Team C Construction and Adam Woody moved his criminal defense law firm.

Protect your company against fraud. Summer Massey, Loan Manager at Arvest Bank and Kala Forehand, Treasury Management Adviser at Arvest Bank, have tips to guard against internal and external fraud in …

Five companies vie for the top prize in May.

When your training needs assessment shows there are gaps in employee performance the next step is to design an appropriate training solution according to Sherry Coker, OTC Center for Workforce …

The organization provides resources and activities for father engagement.

Two accidents that occurred within hours of each other take out internet and phone services statewide.

Andrew Spurling with GFI Digital dispels five common myths around the selection and maintenance of your office copier from what your machine up-time expectations should be to how you can vet copier …

Jonathan Dodd and Brian Kubik started a partnership many years after they first met in grade school, finding trust to be the most critical piece to finding a business partner. The business plan for …

A veteran artist plans an upcoming launch of Birds Eye Tattoo & Art Gallery.

However, officials plan a return for the service.

If you’re not a contractor and you’ve never worked with a contractor the selection process can be daunting. Learn three key things you should look for when hiring a building contractor. Sean …

The content company focuses on videos, custom podcasts and live video content.

With tournaments and events, owners seek to leave their mark on the Ozarks.

Several Queen City coffee shops add new business ventures.

All workplace problems have root causes. When will training be the solution? Sherry Coker, OTC Center for Workforce Development business development director, provides you the framework of a training needs assessment, which will uncover the root causes of a workplace problem and help you determine if training is the solution. A download is available at workforce.otc.edu/bootcamp with a complete outline for an effective training needs assessment. This is sponsored content. Duration: 2:29

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