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The company completes the second buyout in its history.

A vape shop owner closes his business to start another.

An online post also accuses Norman’s Bridal of denying business to a same-sex couple.

The company responds to opioid epidemic with “natural perspective.”

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court debates the civil rights matter.

Ozark Mtn Flower Truck is on pace to reach $150,000 in revenue during its third year.

Burnsville, Minnesota-based Northern Tool and Equipment opened its first Springfield store; Jacqueline Jadidian launched Senior Living Guidance LLC; and consignment shop Village Boutique LLC moved to its new Bolivar home.

The owners of Artistree Pottery target a spring debut.

Voters narrowly blocked the sexual orientation and gender identity protections in 2015.

Entrepreneur John Horton leaves the business that bought out his firm two years ago.

The new owner of Live Pure Yoga and Fitness says yoga counterbalances a fast-paced world.

After a move from Marshfield, MotoMe’s owners are setting their sights to online coaching.

Common Grounds Coffee & Cafe overcomes 2018 fire and now looks to diversify.

The Beauty Factory LLC relocated; cannabis hemp store Swin Dispensaries opened; and Bolivar Eye Care moved from its longtime home.

Efactory and Missouri State business center team up for pilot.

The Springfield company expands its presence in Indiana.

Building renovation work begins for The Royal, as well as Skully’s Food Truck.

An NBA player takes a minority stake in the company.

In a short time, Bridge Upholstery and Drapery went from a sewing hobby to specializing in motorized shades.

Health care clinic Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center relocated; Mercy opened a $27 million health clinic; and former insurance adviser Clay Trautman started The Cast Group.

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