Franchisees are targeting a November opening for ProSource.
Scott McDonald is moving closer to his daughters in college.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt announces $9.1 million for Missouri.
Michael Eaton takes over for Kim Inman at the manufacturers association.
A developer is seeking to buy and rehabilitate more than 80 buildings.
The company is slated to have 25 stores in operation by year's end.
Most of the local state senators and representatives make the Business Champions list.
Columnist Steve Albrecht recommends better customer service to keep clients happy.
Community volunteer Jackie McKinsey was 88.
Charles "Chuck" Feeney is no longer a billionaire after completing a goal of donating his fortune.
Former Washington University Chancellor William Danforth died at age 94.
A lawsuit filed in federal court accused Anheuser-Busch of misleading customers.
The state of Missouri this week rejected President Donald Trump's payroll tax deferral offer.
U.S. coal mining company Murray Energy Holdings exited Chapter 11 bankruptcy with a new name.
Cloud data warehousing firm Snowflake yesterday recorded the largest initial public offering in history.
Hurricane Sally left roughly 550,000 people without power as it made landfall on Wednesday.
The Labor Department reported 860,000 workers filed for unemployment benefits last week.
Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Missouri, is urging the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States to reject Oracle's proposed deal with TikTok.
Louisville, Kentucky, Mayor Greg Fischer on Tuesday afternoon announced a $12 million settlement with the family of Breonna Taylor.
“If we can empower these employers to be able to help us by taking some early actions, it will help reduce the spread.”
—Cara Erwin of the Springfield-Greene County Health Department, on the newly released COVID-19 business toolkit
Tuthill Springfield blows into half a century of manufacturing vacuum and pump systems.
Bach Medical Supply celebrates 39 years of business with a national sale – and a shelf full of face masks.