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Officials say work to start in the third quarter is expected to take five years.
Krista Peryer plans to focus on education and her next career path, she says.
Jeven Russell previously shared the title with Jeff Russell, his father and company founder.
University plans to offer several degree programs for its new online campus.
Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.
Three local businesses place in fast-growth report.
Even before the coronavirus pandemic led to temporary closures of brick-and-mortar bank branches in 2020, financial technology services, such as digital banking and contactless payment apps, already were on the rise, officials say.
Broadband speed and low cost of living also cited as draws in WSJ article.
Online-based fitness company will work with hundreds of airmen.
With the emergence of ChatGPT and other open-source language processing models,, the power of producing AI-generated content has been put into the hands of everyone, not just those working in the tech sector.
MSU professor Matthew McKay: "Can you think of a way that virtual reality would improve your business? If so, you can build it. And if you build it, they will come."
SBJ interviews Springfield Tech Council's new executive director.
Revenue moves up 2% during the company's fiscal second quarter.
One of the founders of Dynamic EVC LLC, John Lorenz believes he has pinpointed a perfect opportunity: installing electric vehicle chargers throughout the region.
Steve Kraus takes over for Mike Roberts at 101.3 Real Country.
Locally, White River Valley Electric Cooperative receives the largest grant to provide reliable internet access in locations lacking it.
Insurance software provider plans to aid with tuition for college’s computer science course.
He owned and operated Corporate Business Systems for more than two decades, before selling in 2017.
An Imperial Inc. distribution center is being built in Rogersville.
Breaking News: Drury president resigns abruptly
Commercial project in the works near Campbell, Sunset
Springfield coffee shop closing
Mexican restaurant chain expands to Springfield
Springfield theater vet Jerry-Mac Johnston dies
Carthage council committee votes to raze stadium