The company now operates in more than 10,000 square feet in a building it purchased on Chestnut.
Government and health care are among industries represented.
The community college will place and fund a student success adviser at the high school.
Robert Jehle and Jenny James Hayward join the county this month.
Public Works and Environmental Services receive top marks from American Public Works Association.
The university gathered feedback to arrive at a horse symbol called Valor.
Allyssa Dudley succeeds Mike Landis, who exited for KOLR10 this spring.
Two eateries by Chicken Salad Chick are targeted for the Queen City.
Additional markets are on the horizon for the Springfield public accounting firm.
Chick-fil-A has been dropped from a group of restaurants planned for a new terminal at Kansas City International Airport.
California flooring provider MSI is investing $3 million and adding 18 jobs over five years in its entrance to St. Louis.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration gave the green light to Pfizer and BioNTech's COVID-19 booster shots for high-risk people.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill that requires Amazon and other companies to disclose warehouse quotas.
Facebook Chief Technology Officer Mike Schroepfer announced he would step down from the role next year.
After the flooding in the Northeast brought on by Hurricane Ida, residents are now being hit with insurance-related financial losses.
McDonald's this week moved to phase out the use of plastic in Happy Meal toys.
Apple denied a request from Fortnite maker Epic Games to reinstate the video game onto its App Store.
Doug Wead, a GOP operative with ties to Springfield, pleaded not guilty this week to charges in a federal indictment.
Don Chilito’s Mexican Restaurant, a 50-year-old establishment in the Kansas City metro area, is closing.
SBJ honors 20 men for their business and civic accomplishments.
The store debuts Aug. 18 in east Springfield.
Mercy Springfield Communities President is the June 15 guest for the monthly series.
"We think our sweet spot is this idea that by engaging employees in a community, you can make them sticky – you can help with retention of talent.”
—Greg Burris of United Way of the Ozarks, on the value of workplace community involvement
SBJ analyzes economic survey data results.
Those familiar with the opportunity zones – 10 census tracts designated by the Missouri Department of Economic Development – say it’s nearly impossible to know who’s receiving the tax breaks for development.
SBJ interviews the managing director of Synergy Wealth Solutions Inc.
With two new buildings under construction – a 144,000-square-foot preengineered metal building and an 8,000-square-foot office building – remanufacturing company SRC Holdings Corp. is expanding its Logistics division.