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The Bass Pro Shops founder is the 207th wealthiest American on the Forbes 400.

Nine businesspeople sign up for the pilot this fall.

The Springfield doughnut chain’s marketing efforts pay off in October.

2019 marks the 20th year of the Most Influential Women awards.

Magnum Moon was euthanized on Friday.

Former U.S. Sen. Jack Danforth also will be in town for the festivities.

With climate-controlled bays and Toptracer Range technology, Backwoods Golf is scheduled to open early next year.

Brian Gelner steps into the National Beer Wholesalers Association leadership role for the next year.

Stability in production and staffing fuel consistent sales at Black Widow Custom Bows.

Bon Bon’s Candy House relocated to Brentwood Center North; Live Pure Yoga and Fitness came under new ownership; and technology startup CellARide LLC made the move downtown.

A couple of businesses will host the Stanley Cup on Oct. 10.

GoPuff’s entry follows its Missouri debut in March.

Mochas and Meows will have separate spaces for a coffee cafe and cat lounge.

No others in Missouri make the inaugural list.

Tonik Sweetwater Saloon also plans to devote space to a yoga studio.

A town hall meeting is scheduled this month to discuss the idea.

Team Taco, Bigfoot Subs, Best of Luck Beer Hall and Hard Knox BBQ emerge on the scene.

“A lot has to be done within 72 hours,” says Keke Rover, Director of Ambassadors for Children. School enrollment, court dates and finding daycare are several issues a foster parent must …

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

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 …

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