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Big Momma’s CEO: Culture change will attract diverse workforce

Lyle Foster speaks as SBJ’s monthly 12 People live interview guest.

However, the Queen City ranks on the bottom half of WalletHub’s annual study.

Officials say low wages and unemployment are contributing to a lack of skilled workers.

A Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce-led delegation travels to the Kentucky city.

With tax incentives, developers are moving forward on rail-access plan.

Northern Tool and Equipment adds its fourth Missouri location.

After city TIF approval, a group of local investors moves forward with a multimillion-dollar project.

Since 2016, 17 small businesses got their start with a $30,000 boost from the incubator.

First-year experimental program fails to garner applicant interest.

EnerSys plans to make a “modest capital investment” within six months in the Queen City.

The annual Leadership Visit starts on Thursday.

V2’s rooftop bar is scheduled to launch later this month.

DeWitt & Associates submits the lowest bid among three firms.

Nearly three dozen projects are being monitored by a Taney County economic development organization.

City officials expect collections to still finish near 2018 record of $13.6 million.

California apartment developer bringing a five-story project to the site of the former Arbor motel.

The governor points to a strong Missouri economy, and his competitor responds.

A California-based developer is bringing a five-story project to the downtown site of the former Arbor motel.

Alpine Aviation and Creative Audio are the first recruitment wins for new economic development group.

With plans for matching local pledges, the funding is expected to bring on $27 million in private investments.

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