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Store is closed this week for renovations as it hits 10 years in business.

OMG Commerce co-founder Chris Brewer says the firm is in hiring mode.

The company signs on for Morris Dock Development Center.

The owner of the 15-year-old downtown business pursues retirement.

Features Editor Christine Temple interviews the owner of Thrive Personal Fitness LLC.

Companies mix convenience and health to meet consumer dining desires.

Creative Audio is expanding to Ozark with new warehouse in 2019.

WON Communications LLC moved; Bolivar OB/GYN LLC merged with Citizens Memorial Hospital; and Classic Rock Coffee Republic opened.

Some argue employers will have tough choices to make if hike passes.

The crowdfunding campaign quickly beats its goal after launching.

Its West Battlefield store and Fair Grove plant remain open.

Avman & Associates and ConceptiCode merge into the company Nov. 1.

She’s promoted after seven months as interim incubator leader.

Culture Flock debuts in retail space to expand on its e-commerce business.

Jay Jung launched his third restaurant venture; SmileDirectClub LLC opened a SmileShop; and James Financial Partners LLC launched a Branson branch.

Renovation work is underway on a former Kum & Go.

Frank 'n' Steins is planned to open within a month downtown.

You’ve just invested a significant amount of time and money to train members of your team. Now you have to see if your employees actually learned the confidence, skills, behaviors, or attitudes you …

Tom Muetzel opens The Fat Cat Pizza Co. in Strafford after selling out of Finnegan’s Wake.

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