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Warby Parker store planned in Springfield

Battlefield Mall opening is expected in October, according to mall website.

Springfield City Council enacted an ordinance outlawing cash-prize devices in February.

Iron at the Crossroads seeks businesses to rent shipping containers.

The Bass Pro Shops founder is down three spots from Forbes' 2023 rankings.

The team signs a new player and announces a deal that includes raffle of a boat to support Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples three products.

Digital Editor Geoff Pickle hopes the Kum & Go name will stick around in the Springfield area.

Both city of Springfield ballot measures are approved at the polls.

Inviktus Salon owner nears completion of national small-biz program.

Artist Tiffany Collins moved her Nixa art gallery, Lucid TLC Arts LLC, to a new location; a crystal jewelry maker who started on Etsy expanded with a storefront; and Fleur Floral Studio LLC transitioned to a home-based venture.

Read the profiles of this year's honorees.

Police spokesperson says department has nearly 1,000 available devices meant to curb vehicle thefts.

The company's annual proxy filing with the SEC shows a mixed bag with increases and decreases in total compensation.

Mod On Trend opened in Battlefield Mall; a Springfield drink shop had an ownership change; and Medical spa Hydration Sensation Wellness & Beauty LLC debuted downtown.

Guest columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples five beverages.

The scores have been tabulated for Springfield Business Journal’s 2024 Dynamic Dozen, recognizing the 12 fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.

Franchisees expect a July 1 launch for The Quilted Cow in Kansas Square Shopping Center.

Helping people is the foremost purpose in business for Angela Stephens. The idea for Re-Focus the Creative Office was born to help her son, Drake Stephens, who had started struggling in school in fifth grade.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, health care, recognition, recreation/tourism and retail.

The Kebab Shack opened; Hitch Goods launched; and The War Zone Springfield moved.

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