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A longtime staff member is promoted to chief of staff.

Springfield is not required to pay back more than $245,000.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, education, government, health care, municipal and nonprofit.

Steve Eggers has nearly 41 years under his belt at the Springfield-Branson National Airport.

State data indicates the local MSA delivered a third of Missouri’s new employees last month.

In a tight employment market “I think the first thing is really being more open to hiring someone who struggles with literacy,” says Kristy Frans with the Council of Churches. “Just because …

Longtime leader Cheryl Whitsitt exits a month after GateHouse’s purchase of Gannett.

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

Jim Lewis most recently worked at McCullough and Associates.

The warehouse and manufacturing hub has been silently revived in recent years with new tenants.

Membership totals for area chambers of commerce hit some high and low notes at the end of 2019, with a handful seeing some double-digit percentage movement from the year prior.

Officials hope to avoid another Missouri undercount.

Newsmakers in the areas of education, insurance, municipal and nonprofit.

Newsmakers in the areas of agriculture, architecture, banking and finance, engineering, nonprofit, real estate, sales and technology.

Missouri ranks poorly on a new SmartAsset study.

A liquidation sale is planned, according to company officials.

The local percent change ranks as 12th fastest in the nation.

Do you have a business succession plan in place? Most people don't. Tracy Barnas, Arvest Wealth Management Regional Manager talks with Arvest Bank Loan Manager Summer Massey about what steps you need to take to get your plan in order.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is a seven-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. Stephanie Anderson, Operations Coordinator for I Pour Life, says companies with the most successful …

Most businesses can restart operations on May 4, an edict that’s mostly in line with the state’s order.

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