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At the end of July, the Federal Reserve switched gears on interest rates, dropping its target for the key federal funds rate.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking and finance, contracting, education, energy, government, health care, marketing, municipal and nonprofit.

The 2829 S. Lone Pine Ave. home is put on the market with a $1.4 million asking price.

Legal, government and nonprofit officials are among the honorees.

Without an investment services division since 2003, bank customers now can be referred to Achieve Private Wealth.

In his role as president and CEO of Legacy Bank and Trust, John Everett has a creed that defines him most as a leader: “Accountability runs in both directions.”

Missouri native Greg DeLong uses his talents to better his community.

Springfield Business Journal honors 20 men making an impact on the community.

John Ghirardelli joins six other members governing the bank’s Springfield market.

Robert Rees attempted to use and cash stolen checks.

The timeshare seller swings to a net loss in the second quarter.

The company’s CEO receives the most shares.

Mike Burlew will be succeeded by Jerry Henderson as the leader of the firm’s national advisory services practice.

The system includes a branch at a popular Springfield intersection.

The Landrum Co.’s $3 billion in assets and 39 branches are scheduled to join up with the Arkansas company in the fourth quarter.

The Kansas City operator of two Springfield branches boosts net income to nearly $57 million.

In a tight employment market “I think the first thing is really being more open to hiring someone who struggles with literacy,” says Kristy Frans with the Council of Churches. “Just because …

The honorees of this year’s Economic Impact Awards embody what’s possible when talented people come together with innovative ideas to spur growth for our region.

Though Arvest Bank operates in over 135 communities, officials say the financial institution treats each area like home.

Joining Great Southern Bancorp Inc. in the mid-1970s was a bit of a risk for William “Bill” Turner.

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