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Springfield couple’s first-ever retail venture creates eclectic environment.

One coffee shop replaced another in the French Quarter shopping center; Andie Bottrell started Designing Indie; and Orange Leaf frozen yogurt returned to Springfield.

Tim Guillot and Thom Lundberg, partners with Esterly Schneider & Associates say architecture is more than designing a space to fit physical needs. It should also improve emotional well-being. …

Magnetic Wooden Blocks are designed to allow young children to more easily build.

Five companies are in the running for the award that will be issued May 8.

Former top officer’s total compensation falls amid leadership transition.

Camp Bow Wow opened a new location; TLC Properties Inc. created an umbrella company for its five business units; and Entertainment venue Questledge began operating in Nixa.

Trees are being cleared as construction work nears.

Online listing points to future retail at the site.

The Bass Pro campus at Campbell Avenue and Sunshine Street is the focus of a feasibility study, which recommends a 100,000-square-foot convention center and three hotels in the vicinity.

A husband-and-wife team plan their fourth store in the area.

Missouri workers bring home $5.8 million total in the fourth quarter.

New franchisees take over two Queen City stores.

Are you looking for reasons why you aren’t achieving your business goals? Sherry Coker, Executive Director at the OTC Center for Workforce Development, says to make sure you’re addressing …

Hair stylists John Fahey and Carly Hamilton partner on their first business; Ozarks Community Health Center opened its Miles for Smiles dental clinic; and Canna Bliss LLC started selling a line of products centered around “cannabidiol."

CVS, Gordmans and Payless are among stores changing up operations in the Queen City.

The Bass Pro founder climbs 138 spots in annual report.

Company CEO says he learned about the closure after it occurred.

City building permits show infill work totaling $77,000 over the last month.

Longtime developer Mike Seitz of Triple S. Properties Inc. is making headway on his multiyear development plan for Deerbrook Marketplace.

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