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Moving from one structure in Chesterfield Village to another in 2019, OakStar Bank’s operation center calls a former school building its new home.

Reflecting on 2019, the SBJ newsroom selected the top 10 stories that impacted Queen City business.

Banking, education, health care and nonprofit industries are among those represented.

Developer Titus Williams says the site will have multifamily, retail and office space – and possibly a boutique hotel.

Errett Sechler Jr. helped establish banks and build subdivisions.

Newsmakers in the areas of education, banking and finance, communications, engineering, health care, law and manufacturing.

The network that connects local entrepreneurs with capital formed in 2017.

Springfield’s two publicly traded banks contribute to the decrease.

Dee King: "If your business is one of the 97% that uses checks to pay business expenses, you need to be aware of the risks and familiar with a simple tool that can help protect your business."

Zach Fee: "Whether your business is building capital or in a growth cycle, effectively managing excess liquidity is vital to a successful cash-management strategy."

Debbie Bills: "A knowledgeable loan officer is an important member of a home renovation team to walk through the financing options, which can be a stressful part of the process."

Springfield Business Journal Editor Eric Olson discusses trends in mortgage banking with industry executives.

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

A four-week budgeting class from the Community Partnership of the Ozarks seeks to strengthen participants’ money-saving acumen – $100 at a time.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, education, health care, landscaping, manufacturing and retail.

The shares are valued at $1.25 million as of Nov. 19.

The figure surpasses $4 billion, doubling the amount reported seven years ago.

The downtown business incubator is in expansion mode.

Shannon Fields admits to using stolen mail to create counterfeit checks.

Michael Willhoit was indicted this summer in what prosecutors called a $1.4 million bank scheme.

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