New grant program is flexible enough to fix a tire, buy a bike or pay for a ride-sharing service.
Offers from two contractors are turned down, city staff say.
Nine people speak to an audience at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.
Former owners Bob and Susan Beine transition to "new phase of our lives."
The Monett-based financial software firm is named among Newsweek's Most Responsible Companies and Inc.'s Best-Led Companies.
Matt Teeter is scheduled to exit next summer.
Development would fix blight and bring retailers to west Springfield, officials say.
Companies cite regulatory issues.
Ten homeowners collectively ask for $8.9 million.
Webster Groves City Council voted down a planned $320 million development in the city near St. Louis.
Jack in the Box Inc. agreed to purchase Del Taco Restaurants Inc.
Vyera Pharmaceuticals, founded by infamous executive Martin Shkreli, reached a $40 million settlement with the Federal Trade Commission and …
Toyota announced plans for a $1.3 billion electric vehicle battery plant.
Switzerland-based Garmin Ltd. switched stock markets.
Saule Omarova, President Joe Biden's nominee for comptroller of the currency, withdrew from consideration.
An Amazon Web Services outage on Tuesday impacted thousands of users on websites and streaming platforms.
The United Arab Emirates is moving its weekend.
Gov. Mike Parson is slated to recommend a minimum wage increase for state employees.
Springfield-based public accounting firm BKD LLP named a new chief legal officer.
SBJ honors 20 people for business and community endeavors.
SBJ honors 20 men for their business and civic accomplishments.
The store debuts Aug. 18 in east Springfield.
Mercy Springfield Communities President is the June 15 guest for the monthly series.
“If Norris tells you the sky’s falling, you’d better get a hard hat.”
—Ron Mann, Emery Sapp & Sons, on the integrity of Lifetime Achievement Award winner Norris Cornell
Construction for OTC and Drury academic facilities is set to wrap by July.
Not every industry was crippled by the pandemic. Some managed to thrive despite the odds. One of these industries was tabletop gaming.
As Easy Mountain Cannabis Co. closes in on nine months of business, dozens of new patients pass daily through its doors – a trend co-owner Alex Paulson said basically started on day one.
After getting its start as a food truck, Dani’s Flour Pot Bakery converted into a brick-and-mortar operation; Rogersville health care clinic Nourish’d Wellness Center and Spa opened; and the first brick-and-mortar headquarters for 8-year-old nonprofit On Angels’ Wings opened its doors.