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Ohio-based J.M. Smucker Co. has sold its way out of the U.S. baking business.

IHOP yesterday changed its name back after about a month as IHOb.

Changes are reportedly coming to HBO after AT&T Inc. became its new corporate owner.

Starting this summer, Southwest Airlines will no longer serve peanuts on its flights.

Twitter's stock price fell as much as 9 percent yesterday on fears the social media network would crack down on fake accounts.

On higher sales in its Frito-Lay unit, PepsiCo reported earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations.

Build-A-Bear Workshop is running a one-day promotion that heavily discounts its products.

The move coincides with the closing of Lathrop Gage’s Springfield location.

Columnist Mark Holmes delivers the latest piece in his “Smart Ways” series.

The dealership is moving from leased space to a parcel just east of the Partnership Industrial Center.

The company's app "connects parents to available and trusted sitters in their area through their social network."

Read up on the latest building permits, tax liens, deeds and more.

Johnny Morris’ plan now includes ice cream and coffee shop at Ozark Mill.

Ryan Mooney of the chamber says “the next evolution of economic development is underway.”

Richard Baker of Prime Capital Investment Advisers says economic development comes down to investing in people.

Features Editor Christine Temple interviews the director of MSU’s Small Business & Technology Development Center.

Statewide initiatives seek to reverse course in economic development.

A grocer exec and pharmacist go all in on prescription drug business.

Neuropsychological Associates of Southwest Missouri PC merged into Burrell Behavioral Health Inc.; Regent Bank opened its first Missouri branch; and Springfield Diner LLC launched in the Southgate Shopping Center.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking, education, municipal, nonprofit and sales.

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