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Newsmakers: Nov. 12-18, 2018

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, advertisement, architecture, education, law, nonprofit and real estate.

The city of Springfield has new faces in positions of leadership, and officials plan to add a couple more in the near future.

Ten-year-old store closes temporarily for renovations.

Tim Brenner says he’s “shocked” and has hired attorneys for case.

On the same day, the company announces the promotion of new COO.

The chamber hosts a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 2531 N. Patterson Ave.

Jason Gage, City Manager for the City of Springfield, outlines how Springfield is distinct from other communities, positioning the city well for a national reputation. This is sponsored …

Company’s new owners choose a Springfield store in “data-driven business decision.”

Josh Hawley defeats Claire McCaskill, and Greene County gets a new presiding commissioner.

Local area’s unemployment figure is 2.3 percent in September.

The company offers "a six-step hiring formula that helps business leaders understand what the hiring process entails."

The goal is to keep younger workers in the state.

Taffy Massey launched her second jewelry store venture; Pitt Technology Group LLC bought two other tech firms; and The Fat Cat Pizza Co. opened.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, community, education and law.

Contractors are completing the $12 million downtown renovation.

The days of truck drivers logging their miles on paper are over.

Agreement beefs up psychiatric unit of health care system.

House Bill 3 covers funding, certification and curriculum for computer science studies.

The owner of the 15-year-old downtown business pursues retirement.

Realtor group hopes to grow career opportunities in the Ozarks.

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