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The St. Louis Cardinals sold the city’s Double-A affiliate to a holding company that owns 18 teams.

The general aviation terminal is slated to nearly double in size.

Bluegreen/Big Cedar Vacations acquires Branson Cedars Resort.

Springfield Business Journal’s Day in the Life series gives you a glimpse into the world of five of our community’s leaders.

MSU football coach injects passion into new role.

Nonprofit Nova Center of the Ozarks Inc. completed a move; DG Market opened in Willard; and Nixa Public Schools’ Aetos Center for the Performing Arts debuted.

List comprises 700 U.S. firms in 23 industries with at least $500 million in revenue.

Officials have worked in recent years to secure grant funding for a Compton Drive Wastewater Treatment Plant flood wall.

The funding is part of $30 million in state ARPA allocations.

Bill Thomas is credited with shaping "the landscape of Bears' basketball for nearly three decades."

The move could lead to a citywide ballot measure on whether the city can seize the haunted attraction. 

The retail store for Artemis Overland Hardware relocated; a married couple with over 20 years of combined experience in health care teamed up to open Breast Imaging of the Ozarks; and Branson Bank opened a temporary, modular branch in Branson West.

The stores are more than a place to buy food, owners say.

Occupancy, however, is down in January and February.

The Mansfield company alleges its sales and reputation have been harmed by a California business.

The scores have been tabulated for Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 Dynamic Dozen, recognizing the 12 fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.

The word leisure – meaning free time – comes from the Latin “licere,” or to be allowed. Think license. Time away from work gives people license to use their time however they wish.

The Bass Pro founder’s estimated net worth is up 38% to $8.3 billion, according to Forbes.

425 Downtown's director of operations takes a 50% stake in the company.

University looks to replace Amy Eagan, who exits after three years in the role.

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