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Banking, education, health care and nonprofit industries are among those represented.

Botannis Labs Mo. Corp. will be the only marijuana testing facility in the Queen City, and another southwest Missouri operation gets the nod.

Despite the fears surrounding it, automation is one of the answers to replacing an aging workforce, according to manufacturing leader Greg Herren.

The $14.4 million, 30,000-square-foot expansion relies on tax credits.

Resources for sexual assault victims and telehealth services are among projects funded.

An export compliance software firm plans major changes in 2020 under new owners.

Thanksgiving weekend sales bring in more shoppers than recent years.

Nine executives present at the fourth-annual 90 Ideas in 90 Minutes.

On track for $650 million in revenue this year, the company cuts the ribbon on its new headquarters.

Rep. Billy Long says Congress and federal agencies are working together to better map areas without access to high-speed internet.

Three local podcasts have dropped since October — from talk radio to true crime.

The shares are valued at $1.25 million as of Nov. 19.

Salt & Light Pilates opened in Chesterfield Village; on-demand delivery service GoPuff launched; and law firm Douglas, Haun & Heidemann relocated in Bolivar.

The Verizon Wireless national retailer has started moving employees into its new $6 million corporate office.

Financial institutions urge for more burden on merchants; cybersecurity exec suggests equal skin in the game for all players.

Columnist Eric Bohl says well-off urban areas are plugged in to the modern economy and culture, while rural residents are left behind.

President and CEO David Foss says first quarter represents multiple records.

Cody Askins and Landon McCarter have built a vast audience, but their product is hardly known in Springfield.

The company completes the second buyout in its history.

City Council has heard five cases since January.

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