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The Department of Workforce Development project focuses on recruitment and retention.

The first of six special issues unpack economic survey results.

Local firms submitted 20 projects showcasing their expertise and portfolios.

Just 18 months into business, branding and marketing agency Supper Co. is building out its team.

Ian McGuire is named chief operating officer for the telemarketing firm.

Four startups are selected for the program beginning this month.

Telehealth is effectively any method by which medical professionals can continue to administer or monitor care from a distance.

‘On Medical Grounds’ seeks to inform and entertain with wide range of medical topics.

A new chairperson takes over, and a director is added.

The award recognizes the professional, philanthropic and civic contributions of businessmen throughout the Springfield region.

Missouri becomes the last U.S. state to adopt an online use tax.

With help from Double Jump Media, Boston-based Neurable launched a successful IndieGogo initiative.

Caleb Stokes' Fae's Anatomy doubles its goal.

The Springfield Tech Council was formed earlier this year through a merger.

Marlin Blakeney is nearing deals to purchase the downtown buildings, as well.

The legislation sets rules for food delivery platforms and personal delivery devices.

Chris King brings sales and marketing experience from NCR Corp.

Over 1,000 jobs are generated by announced projects.

Thomas Douglas relinquishes the president post, and the firm creates a chief growth officer position.

After about 16 months of work, a $120 million fiber-optic network expansion by City Utilities of Springfield is on track for completion late next year. 

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