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Former Layer 3 Technology co-owner launches startup

Entrepreneur John Horton leaves the business that bought out his firm two years ago.

The park’s annual holiday event starts next month.

After a move from Marshfield, MotoMe’s owners are setting their sights to online coaching.

Business email compromise scams have bilked almost $3.1 billion from businesses since 2016.

A Romanian national is headed to prison for stealing customer information from bank ATMs.

Nine businesspeople sign up for the pilot this fall.

Slate Robotics is on the forefront of a personal robot revolution.

The company’s CEO sees compensation climb 24%.

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.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, government, law and technology.

GoPuff’s entry follows its Missouri debut in March.

The company announces the retirement of its CTO and two promotions.

Tyler Drenon leads emerging technology work at the university.

CellARide’s Josh Holstein aims to save companies from learning lessons the hard way with his new consulting business.

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

After serving in the Navy, Dr. Lesley Hawley returned to Springfield to heal patients, including fellow veterans, with debilitating scars.

The company raises more than $145,000 via crowdfunding.

SBJ honors accountants, attorneys, bankers, IT professionals, insurance agents, wealth managers and up-and-comers.

The Battlefield-based Verizon Wireless retailer is on pace to reach $641 million in revenue this year.

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