In the last week of the 2019 Missouri legislative session, Gov. Mike Parson achieved one of his top priorities to fund the Fast Track grant program.
Banking, education, health care and nonprofit industries are among those represented.
Longtime leader Cheryl Whitsitt exits a month after GateHouse’s purchase of Gannett.
State data indicates the local MSA delivered a third of Missouri’s new employees last month.
Springfield officials are determining whether the federal government needs to be reimbursed.
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He’s leading the effort to advocate for Branson area businesses, grow tourism, boost economy and attract investors.
Toni Robinson is using the top role within the NAACP Springfield chapter as a platform to make the community more inclusive, an ambition that could have far-reaching cultural and economic impacts.
Despite the fears surrounding it, automation is one of the answers to replacing an aging workforce, according to manufacturing leader Greg Herren.
Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, education, health care, law, municipal, nonprofit and recreation.
Nine executives present at the fourth-annual 90 Ideas in 90 Minutes.
Newsmakers in the areas of education, banking and finance, communications, engineering, health care, law and manufacturing.
Most of the other Missouri MSAs follow suit, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Missouri Housing Development Commission recollected funds, officials say.
Tomo Drug Testing expands into new industries with two acquisitions this year.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, education, health care, landscaping, manufacturing and retail.
Officials break ground on the development with an expected 10-month build-out.
SBJ compiles news on the respiratory virus outbreak.
Hold Fast Brewing owners Carol and Susan McLeod turned their fire station brewery into a drive through to accommodate the carry out only rule. The sisters say this is a big financial hit but are …
When singer-songwriter Justin Larkin had gigs cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic, he decided to see it as an opportunity. Larkin is spending his downtime with family, staying positive and …
CEO Jen Davis and founder Dan Holt of Holt Homes Group with Keller Williams discuss safety precautions and virtual tour options realtors are taking in light of COVID-19. Duration: 2:19
Amy Greene, owner of IPA Educational Supply says with distance learning in effect, parents are looking for help. Green says though they are an essential business, they are encouraging customers to …
Are you part of a temporary layoff? The Missouri Department of Labor’s electronic mass claims filing system helps employers and employees file claims quickly and efficiently. Mass claims are …
Katherine Trombetta with the Missouri Job Center says they’ve been using social media to try to help people with their job search during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Job Center will host several …
Community Foundation of the Ozarks has committed $1 million to help community nonprofits dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. CFO President Brian Fogle says though they have helped with natural …
With employees working remotely, it’s critical to be vigilant with computer security. Todd Nielsen, chief strategy officer with JMark, says even the best software can’t eliminate all spam or …
The Missouri Department of Labor has a Shared Work Program, which is a lay-off aversion program for businesses faced with a reduction in available work. Duration: 2:23
Richard Ollis, CEO of Ollis/Akers/Arney, says there are analogies between being deployed in the military and current events. Ollis says he learned some tricks of the trade during his three, seven …