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Competing lenders criticize JD Holdings’ deal for John Q. Hammons’ assets; records show Dowdy and Groves stand to receive nearly $1M combined severance.

Springfield Business Journal investigates the bankruptcy and asset sale of late hotelier John Q. Hammons' former holdings.

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

An attorney says creditors will get paid through the proceedings.

Repvblik LLC is targeting a May opening for Phase I of Plato’s Cave at a former Days Inn. 

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Booking agents are accepting reservations for Angler’s Inn, which they say is scheduled to open March 4.

Banker Thane Kifer’s Best Western Plus is on track for a May opening.

Stan Dobbins seeks funding mechanisms to put the city and its infrastructure projects back on track.

A simple swab of the inside of your cheek can lead to optimizing your nutrition and fitness program, personal medication profile, in addition to your ancestry. According to Austin O’Reilly, owner …

Overall exports rise 1.7 percent to $14.2 billion in 2017, according to a state report.

Former investor Jonathan Eilian’s J.D. Holdings plans to buy at least 35 properties through a landmark bankruptcy settlement.

A carnival experience called America’s Fun Spot is planning a May opening on Highway 76.

New properties by two hoteliers unleash 200 rooms in the last two months.

The company will add flights this summer to and from Denver.

Flat Creek Resort Bar & Grill is venturing outside of the Table Rock Lake market.

Two real estate industry colleagues and friends buy the 18-hole, 7,000-yard course.

Earl Steinert’s EAS Investment Enterprises Inc. opened a new hotel; Maes Gelateria launched a satellite location; and Jeremy Clopton founded consulting business What’s Your SQ.

Activity is up 4 percent on added flights and larger aircraft, testifying to a healthy southwest Missouri economy.

A new tax deal and brewing regulations rein in local hosts.

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