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A cannabis industry firm in Michigan is rolling out a rebranding of the dispensary to High Profile.

Average weekly wages were $1,054 in Greene County during the three-month period last year.

Speaking at 12 People You Need to Know interview, Chelsey Bode gives insight into her purchase of the business in 2021.

The previous successor to pastor Christie Love has withdrawn from plans to lead the organization.

The university is expanding on-campus housing options via Spence Hall.

The funding from the Missouri Technology Corp. goes toward the Innovate SOMO initiative.

Clear Creek Golf Car announces the purchase of Ozark Golf Cars and Utility Vehicles.

Kyle Cook joins the organization after working for nearly eight years at Miller Commerce.

Hitch Goods is now operating in the men's grooming products space.

The Springfield higher education institution is now part of the Southwest Baptist University Mercy College of Health Professions.

The companies rank No. 459 and 561, respectively, in report with 600 companies.

Consultant and author Marlene Chism: "When long-term employees tell you they’re leaving for higher pay or career advancement, take a 20,000-foot view of the culture, department by department, to see if there is avoidance, disruption and unresolved conflicts contributing to unwanted turnover."

Reporter Mike Cullinan writes about workforce, new business and marijuana coverage and analysis.

“We need to make the city of Springfield easier to work with.” That was the opening salvo in remarks by Don Harkey, owner and CEO of People Centric Consulting Group LLC, at the Feb. 12 meeting of Springfield City Council.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, engineering, food service, health care, hospitality and service.

Element Springfield South opened; Outlaw Gentlemen Barbershop added a second location; and wellness studio Stretch Zone launched.

CFO study reveals changes in values and practices among donors under 40.

Drew Lewis Foundation seeks to build 12 houses by end of next year.

Kathryn Custer led the nonprofit for nearly six years.

Mystical Thoughts owner Seder Kojdecki aims to create a "metaphysical hub" along South Glenstone Avenue.

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