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The speaker and coach helps "people reach new levels of success through practical personal development."

Best of Luck Beer Hall began operations; Springfield gained a new event venue with the arrival of Moon Town Crossing; and the state’s first automated 24-hour library kiosk opened.

Bernie Dana becomes COO of the distributor of disinfectants and sanitizers.

As Amycakes nears a decade in business, the bakery cooks up record revenue.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is a seven-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. “Well, a simple idea is for a company to do something like ‘blue jeans day,’ …

The organization works to help single moms with resources and immediate needs.

1 Million Cups is leaving the startup phase as it nears its five-year anniversary; co-founder Sterling Huff reflects.

Known as The Uniform Broker, Stephen Driscoll aims to maximize vendor contracts and business cash flow.

Longtime restaurant Ebbets Field comes under new leadership; nonprofit Leadership Springfield opened its first office space; and Ellecor Design and Gifts relocated to the Rountree neighborhood.

SBJ is following brand strategists Longitude through the process of rebranding a restaurant, from concept to outcomes.

Stressed Out Humans combats sedentary workplaces with breathing and movement exercises.

The 22nd branch for Central Bank of the Ozarks opened; the Gene Taylor Community Based Outpatient Clinic began seeing patients; and The Adam Johnson Team at Keller Williams Greater Springfield broke off to form Alpha Realty MO LLC.

The owner of a local food delivery service says he has been priced out of the market by national companies, and a lawsuit is all that’s left between the competitors.

The shop in the Fremont Center sets a Jan. 31 date to end operations.

Drs. Eric and Tania Reavis expand their company to the Southgate Shopping Center.

MakerGeeks owner says the company is filling orders after Black Friday and Christmas created a backlog.

The website "offers information, inspiration and community for women who own or aspire to own their own businesses."

A funding mechanism for startup and small businesses is making big dividends as an alternative to traditional loans.

Technology veterans form startup to carve their own path, starting with a four-day workweek.

Bigfoot Subs opened at 2204 W. College St.; ReeceNichols Real Estate acquired Re/Max Lifestyle Realty in Branson West; and veteran restaurateur David Bauer bought Harbell’s Grill and Sports Bar LLC.

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