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Louis Griesemer gets the nod as the 2020 Springfieldian.

They involve Land O’Lakes Inc. and Miami Nations Tribe.

A grant and loan is designed to improve broadband for rural Greene County residents.

SBJ Editor Eric Olson discusses doing business as a minority with four executives.

Gladstone Commercial purchased the property in 2011.

Laid-off disc jockeys were the voice of Hungerthon and Boobapalooza for two decades.

“Every client should be treated as a client for life,” says Lance Garrett, vice president of the Springfield Division of Crossland Construction. From the design phase through replacing worn …

Web Editor Geoff Pickle says the time is now to put a stop to the scamming industry.

Liz Delany, Kevin Howard and George Spankmeister are laid off from their positions.

Newsmakers in the areas of agriculture, architecture, banking and finance, engineering, nonprofit, real estate, sales and technology.

Josh Holstein is integrating his firm’s MyCarRecall platform into a national safety campaign.

MSU establishes a permanent connection on a KYTV-owned tower.

They said it. We're reporting it. Fifteen industry forecasts lead the way into 2020.

Thomas Douglas has worked at the information technology services company for more than 22 years.

David Foss is awarded restricted stock units valued at $4 million.

The SBJ editorial team went hunting again for the coolest office spaces in the Springfield area.

Russell Cellular Inc.’s $6 million national home office is so new the paint’s still drying.

Genetic materials drive business at Dynamic DNA Laboratories LLC, so naturally, the company’s office aesthetic follows that thread.

An esports center is launching, and universities also have interest.

Reflecting on 2019, the SBJ newsroom selected the top 10 stories that impacted Queen City business.

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