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The owner of Missouri Holding Group allegedly engaged in securities fraud, according to charges.

Arguments are scheduled to be heard by Judge Derek Ankrom on Feb. 14.

Two women in business are scheduled to be honored at an event next month.

The director of the state’s Office of Broadband Development gives an update in Jefferson City, according to Missouri News Network.

Digital Editor Geoff Pickle outlines highlights from the recent BK&M trial.

The businessperson and civic leader receives award during the Springfield chamber’s annual meeting.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, equipment, health care, law, marketing and nonprofit.

Springfield Business Journal’s 2024 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.

The company additionally makes two general manager promotions.

The Ozarks Alliance to End Homelessness is among continuum-of-care programs nationwide selected for funding.

Recreational weed exceeds $100 million for first time last month.

Recommendations from ConnectSGF study could mean hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of new expenses to expand coverage and increase frequency.

The businessperson and civic leader is recognized during the Springfield chamber's annual meeting.

Missouri Rural Crisis Center member Darvin Bentlage: "Control over the meat industry and our food markets is so concentrated that meatpackers are able to control prices for the consumer and producer alike."

Executive Editor Christine Temple shares why SBJ joined the Informed Voter Coalition.

Springfield City Council is taking aim at gaming machines in an ordinance introduced at its Jan. 22 meeting.

In a transcript provided by his office, Gov. Mike Parson touts successes during his tenure.

The city's Board of Aldermen is hosting a series of special meetings designed to support business growth.

The proposed legislation is a shot across the bow at an industry with devices proliferating throughout the city. 

Scott Crise, Danielle Kincaid and Susan Provance receive endorsements from the political action committee formed in October.

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