He says more businesses are adding cyber liability insurance for remote workforces.
The Branson chamber's interim leader is helping the tourism town rebound from the pandemic and find a permanent president/CEO.
The Health Department director discusses a potential face mask ordinance and other COVID-19 issues.
The council member discusses the SCOTUS decision to expand workplace anti-discrimination protections to sexual orientation and gender identity.
The longtime Bank of Missouri executive joins Regent Bank in Springfield as president.
A new private equity real estate company co-led by Tyler Creach creates a long-term succession plan to the Jared Enterprises family business.
The Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau CEO discusses the local hotel industry's rock bottom during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Efactory director makes the case for state funding, saying small businesses and startups are the lifeblood of the economy.
The attorney says COVID-19 has caused more fear than any health or economic crisis in his 35-year career.
BKD Wealth Advisors' incoming managing partner says rebalancing investments is key to get back on track.
The Pure & Clean CEO discusses increased sales amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Drury executive says the university is refreshing its college admission requirements.
SBJ interviews the CEO of Burrell Behaviorla Health about mental health amid the coronavirus pandemic.
On 50 acres in Fordland, Terrell Creek Farm produces cheese for a local following. SBJ catches up with its co-founder.
SBJ talks sports with the director of Springfield HappyFeet Soccer and Springfield Legends Soccer.
Through her nonprofit, she’s committed to expanding diversity in technology.
After two decades as a prosecutor, he’s taking the bench in Greene County.
He oversees food and beverage at Mueller Co., an international manufacturer with $201 million in annual revenue.
Now leading the The James River Basin Partnership, he’s charged with water quality spanning 1 million acres.
SBJ compiles news on the respiratory virus outbreak.
Technology business consultant Mackenzie Scherer says too many social media posts can be counterproductive for your business. Biweekly website updates help with Google searches, but always announce …
Gary Gibson, general manager of City Utilities, says solar, wind and other renewable energy sources will be vitally important as we go forward. He says they’ve prioritized renewables because …
Author and Consultant Rosie Ward says some wellness programs focus heavily on biomedical risk factors and lower premiums to incentivize behavior. She says repositioning wellness programs to be a part …
Taylor Otwell, CEO of Laravel, says don’t be afraid to bring employees on board. Otwell says you want to protect your business, but the increase in productivity is worth it. Duration: 0:31
Megan Short, executive director of Springfield Contractors Association, says potential employers are looking at your social media accounts. She says keeping your profile professional and managing …
Singer-songwriter Justin Larkin says moving to virtual performances is similar to his busking days. He says services like Venmo and Virtual Tip Jar provide some income, but fall short of paying …
Lucas Walker, says business today is the same game with new rules. Walker, with independent consultants Mary Overbey and Damion Trout says now is the time to be flexible, evaluate what works and …
Speaker, coach and writer Erika Gerdes, says overwhelm is very real for her. Managing a career and household as a single parent means prioritizing the things that are most important. Duration: …
Richard Ollis, CEO of Ollis/Akers/Arney, says he wishes there was a handbook for living in a pandemic. Ollis recommends treating others with grace, appreciation and maybe we’ll develop new ideas …
Sarah Walters, organizational leadership coordinator with Evangel University says partnering builds a sense of community. She says building relationships and networking are just two advantages to …