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SBJ interviews the founder and director of Firefly Nature School LLC and School of the Wild.

A study by research firm Technavio predicts a nearly 10% annual growth rate for the private tutoring industry in the United States between 2023 and 2027.

City Utilities’ gas and water main renewal project has closed the intersection of South Campbell Avenue and West College Street at the west end of the block.

Independent Lodging Congress names Branson property as best independent hotel.

The local business takes on the Paschal Air, Plumbing & Electric name.

Six businesses are in Missouri's 7th Congressional District, which includes Springfield.

Owner transitions mobile biz with a planned Sept. 18 launch on West Chestnut Expressway.

Darla’s Cakery owners say investment in commercial kitchen is paying off.

SBJ interviews the co-owner of Eway LLC.

Against a backdrop of existing businesses shuttering – 200,000 of them permanently in 2020 alone, according to Federal Reserve economists – an even bigger surge of innovation followed in 2021.

Business listing cites wife’s death and plans to retire.

Businessperson Jamie Tillman targets a late fall opening for Paws and Claws.

Springfield company crosses state lines with purchase of Rogers, Arkansas, firm.

Former MLB pitcher and 2006 World Series champion Josh Kinney put an end to his playing career almost a decade ago. In the years since, Kinney created his own business, Cardinal Country Logging and Sawmill LLC, changing his job title from professional athlete to professional timber harvester.

For 24 years, Springfield Business Journal has honored women for their professional and civic accomplishments and contributions.

An independent panel of judges has chosen the 13th annual class of Springfield Business Journal’s Men of the Year. The award recognizes the professional, philanthropic and civic contributions of businessmen throughout the Springfield region.

The community college's Center for Workforce Development has been renamed as Sherry Coker leaves her employer of nearly two decades.

The funding from the Missouri Technology Corp. is designed to boost physical resources available to local businesses.

SBJ's 2023 Economic Growth Series documents the fifth year of survey data collected from area business leaders in an effort to provide valuable insights that might better guide local business decision-making.

A nutrition-focused culinary haven is popping up at The Library Center.

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