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A trio of companies make presentations at the fifth -annual Efactory event.
Still, the metro area is below the state average.
Devin Bobbett, Jeff Jochems and Andrea Sitzes join the bank.
Horses of Hope receives $350,000 in Missouri’s latest round of $5 million from the Neighborhood Assistance Program.
The city seeks to recoup its $2 million investment in the recreation project.
The Waldinger Corp. buys the 70-year-old Springfield business.
The company’s first-quarter net income is $102.1 million.
The two Springfield banks are slated to merge as part of the acquisition.
A backwards process makes one councilperson reluctant to accept it.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, education, beverage and government.
Nonprofit plans to launch capital campaign in 2022 for operations center.
The Springfield nonprofit is recognized for its education work during the pandemic.
Certified financial planner Paula Dougherty: "This may provide a tax benefit for you, and it could result in a larger gift for the receiving organization, as well."
Fourteen residences meet the criteria for SBJ's monthly feature.
Kevin Williams and Ted Bilke collectively have around 40 years of experience at the company.
SBJ survey data is used to analyze the financial horizon from the perspective of decision makers.
Net income, however, dips for the Carthage-based manufacturer.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, law, library and marketing.
Downtown flower shop Funky Flaura’s Unique Floral Designs LLC opened; Jordan Valley Community Health Center moved in Republic; and The Jackson Grille got its start in Marshfield.