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CEO Roundtable: Workforce Development

Executive Editor Christine Temple sits down with Marybeth Kleinsasser, vice president of human resources and staff development for the Arc of the Ozarks; Diane Rozier, director of human resources for CNH Reman LLC; and Ryan Sivill, audit partner and lead recruiting partner at Forvis Mazars.

Employers, education professionals and workers say flexibility and purpose draw young people to jobs.

Guest columnist Don Davis says while it may be months before Fed rate cuts, now is the time to take advantage of longer-term yields.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, chambers of commerce, economic development, engineering, health care, law, marketing, media and nonprofit.

The funding round has a total of $307,169 going to local companies.

Shareholders respond favorably to financial report, sending company stock to 52-week high.

The Springfield-based company posts $17 million in quarterly net income.

The 25th annual Steak & Steak Dinner and Charity Auction is scheduled for Sept. 24.

The nonprofit is working on full funding for the facility in Springfield.

Jay Burchfield, former leader of Trust Company of the Ozarks, decided not to stand for reelection earlier this year.

Gabe Magnuson marks his return to the company after four years away.

The $6.5M project in Bolivar is expected to wrap by spring 2025.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, government, health care, law and media.

Springfield also anticipates nearly $25M in funding for trail completion.

Officials expect $16M project to conclude by end of 2025.

Net income is $1.6 million for First Bancshares, company reports.

The southwest Missouri businesses are named among the top midsize companies in the United States.

Operations resume at the Harold K. Bengsch Building at the end of this month.

The low-interest loan is earmarked for upgrades to the city's wastewater treatment system.

Guest columnist Joe Shearrer discusses potential market volatility in the second half of 2024.

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