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John Myers succeeds David Argueta, who recently was promoted to a regional role.

Maria Neider is the municipality's new communications director.

The former leader of the Nixa chamber is appointed to the role.

University officials say they are responding to FAFSA delays.

The company's annual proxy filing with the SEC shows a mixed bag with increases and decreases in total compensation.

Branson and Bolivar are among new sites for small-business program.

Officials say raising prices is part of current business climate.

The scores have been tabulated for Springfield Business Journal’s 2024 Dynamic Dozen, recognizing the 12 fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.

Bank’s CEO recently said independent investigator was retained in response to allegations against Brett Magers.

Rene Frazier is promoted as Jeff Robinson retires.

Proxy filing points to increases in total pay during 2023 for four of five top executives.

The university announces its new head basketball coach.

Tara Benson is slated to take on the role at the Springfield nonprofit in May.

The building along 76 Country Boulevard in Branson has changed ownership.

Dr. Matthew Stinson is selected to succeed founding leader Brooks Miller.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, health care, recognition, recreation/tourism and retail.

A newly formed pediatric partnership from Mercy Springfield Communities is seeking to fill service gaps that health system officials say have existed for years – but the arrangement does not involve partnering with CoxHealth to open a stand-alone pediatric hospital as previously planned.

Read profiles of this year's honorees.

On April 2, voters will choose from among seven candidates to fill three open seats on the Springfield Public Schools Board of Education.

The John Deere dealership is helping to boost the education of diesel mechanics in the region.

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