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Rhonda Lewsader now leads the city of Springfield’s law department as city attorney after two decades of service.

The outdoor retailer is combating competition from former employees.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, banking and finance, community, law, municipal, nonprofit and transportation.

Governor’s workforce incentive grant program has cleared a House committee.

Douglas, Haun & Heidemann lawsuit involved Kanakuk Kamps and former counselor.

The Green Clinics’ plans shine light on confusing rollout of medical marijuana in Missouri.

Final vote on Feb. 26 would allow developer to subsidize project to tune of $7 million.

While Scott Fitzpatrick is busy in the role of Missouri treasurer, MariCorp President Kyle Wilkerson is managing daily operations.

Workforce incentive grant program clears House committee.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is a seven-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. “Well, a simple idea is for a company to do something like ‘blue jeans day,’ …

Newsmakers in the areas of banking, community, distribution, education, insurance, government, health care and law.

It’s official. Short-term rentals have been legalized in Springfield with City Council’s 7-1 vote Jan. 28.

Legends Cycle LLC is now open for business, even as one of its owners is embattled in a nearly 2-year-old lawsuit.

Marty Brickey also will have to pay over $600,000 in restitution.

The waiting game is afoot as companies seek how best to proceed with drug-testing programs.

The owner of a local food delivery service says he has been priced out of the market by national companies, and a lawsuit is all that’s left between the competitors.

Rentals through Airbnb and other third-party apps are now legal in Springfield.

A court recently dismissed the company’s bankruptcy petition.

Federal court determines trucking company can’t force arbitration in a class-action suit.

John Taylor writes: Citizens are supposed to be part of federal debate, not part of a deal.

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