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Old Missouri Bank’s new CFO, he says he feels at home in the community bank, which fits with his small-town roots.

She leads a division of Wayne Morelock’s company aimed at knocking out repairs and renovations of all sizes.

Delegates from 100 countries elected the Mountain Grove-based physician to lead the World Medical Association.

With his newly formed home renovation company, he’s giving a facelift to Springfield’s landscape.

He’s leading an expansion of JPMorgan Chase in the Springfield market.

He’s leading ADsmith into its 20th year in business, with an eye on digital and video production.

He’s leading his family’s construction business — from a 430,000-square-foot new build to a renovation of a 120-year-old building.

It’s been a busy fall for Lori Rook after a staff shakeup and the addition of a business division to her elder law practice.

The new owner of Live Pure Yoga and Fitness says yoga counterbalances a fast-paced world.

Erica Smith says amid a sea of regulatory change and automation, CPAs act as guides for business owners.

The SPS student and school services executive director discusses new secure entrances and safety concerns.

CellARide’s Josh Holstein aims to save companies from learning lessons the hard way with his new consulting business.

After serving in the Navy, Dr. Lesley Hawley returned to Springfield to heal patients, including fellow veterans, with debilitating scars.

His investment along Glenstone Avenue is attracting new retail tenants.

She’s leading nonprofits through open-book management — a journey that started with her own charity as a case study.

Tom Jensen says he helps businesses utilize benefits to attract and retain their workforce.

Nicole Brown is promoting placemaking through a museum without walls in downtown Springfield.

Fueled by her own story of recovery, new NAMI leader Stephanie Appleby is challenging the community to talk about mental illness.

Aaron Owens says his 6-month-old real estate firm emphasizes family, relationships and allowing agents to dictate their own goals.

Bike enthusiast Cody Stringer is betting his bike share nonprofit will lead to a more bike-friendly city.

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