The donation is cited in the company’s second-quarter earnings report.
An addition is planned at the McQueary Family Health Sciences Hall.
The company points to a 2018 acquisition paying dividends to the bottom line.
The owner of a parking lot and garage south of Hammons Field increases prices.
The deal is part of a multimillion-dollar long-range plan approved earlier this year.
The retailer buys a vacant lot in The Shoppes at Branson Hills.
The law firm is slated to investigate undisclosed women’s volleyball allegations.
More than 30 lawsuits are in settlement negotiations.
Second-quarter results are a mixed bag.
U.S. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer asked the FBI and the Federal Trade Commission to investigate photo app FaceApp over national security …
The House of Representatives voted to hold Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in criminal contempt.
More than 30 people are confirmed or presumed dead in a suspected arson at Japanese animation studio Kyoto Animation.
Google chose a developer and general contractor partner for its plans to build 15,000 homes in the San Francisco area.
Prosecutors dropped a sexual assault case against actor Kevin Spacey.
In a surprise move, South Korea's central bank cut its policy rate.
Netflix shares were down 10% in extended trading yesterday after the company released its second-quarter earnings report.
UnitedHealth Group posted quarterly earnings of $3.60 per share, beating analysts' predictions of $3.46 per share.
Gov. Mike Parson announced yesterday Bayer plans to relocate 500 jobs to Creve Coeur, near St. Louis.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution formally denouncing the president.
Leadership Springfield’s first executive director is the July 16 guest for SBJ’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
SBJ hosts the third forum showcasing results of the 2019 Economic Growth Survey.
The second Economic Growth Survey forum is held at MSU's Glass Hall.
John Jungmann is five years into the job as superintendent of Springfield Public Schools.
Mary Lilly Smith is considered a wealth of institutional knowledge at City Hall.
Twenty years into her professional career, Rita Baron is a principal in her own architecture firm, leads a staff of 12 and has projects in more than a dozen states.
Josh Widner, co-owner of Good Spirits Concepts LLC and four food and beverage venues, is the June 18 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
“That’s going to hurt us. Cox and Mercy own this place.” — Jamie Tillman of cannabidiol shop Canna Bliss, on the health systems' announcements they won't recommend medical marijuana to patients
Potential facility operators apply for city zoning approvals.
The Doula Foundation of Mid-America Inc. moved; Steve Albrecht opened Dr. Steve Albrecht Coaching Services; and Common Sleep LLC got its start.