Springfield Business Journal earns two best-of-show honors during the Alliance of Area Business Publishers’ summer conference.
The Branson park ranks fourth in a USA Today reader poll.
A Springfield tabletop game is coming to market.
Work begins July 6 on a new bridge at the busy intersection.
Features Editor Christine Temple shadows Beth Domann.
Shaun Burke takes the helm of the board, and other local bankers are elected as members.
David O’Reilly and Charlie O’Reilly together generate more than $27 million via trades.
The 20 men will be honored during an August luncheon.
The school’s board of governors is scheduled to vote today on the budget.
The Missouri State University Board of Governors agreed to extend the contract of baseball coach Keith Guttin.
General Electric is nearing a deal to sell its industrial engines unit, people familiar with the matter told The Wall Street Journal.
Netflix fired chief communications officer Jonathan Friedland for using a racial slur at least twice in the workplace.
Some 300 Microsoft employees are protesting the company's contract with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.
Wells Fargo & Co. (NYSE: WFC) announced plans to lay off 100 people in the Charlotte, North Carolina, region.
Chinese officials are moving to free up more than $100 billion to aid its economy.
Gray Television today announced it will buy Raycom Media in a $3.6 billion cash-and-stock deal.
Amazon is rolling out discounts at all Whole Foods stores for its Prime subscribers.
George Skarich of Mid Continent Nail Corp. says President Donald Trump's tariff on steel imports could put the company out of business.
The White House yesterday unveiled a proposal to merge the federal Education and Labor departments.
SBJ shadows the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce president.
SBJ shadows the CoxHealth CEO.
SBJ shadows the Springfield Little Theatre leader.
About 250 people attended Springfield Business Journal’s 2018 Dynamic Dozen awards held at The Old Glass Place.
Easy Access Hunts on May 11 wins the fifth-annual Spin66 Pitch Pit competition.
"We want to make money by keeping people healthy.” — Steve Edwards, on CoxHealth's preventive health care measures
SBJ shadows Matt Morrow, Steve Edwards and Beth Domann.
Property ownership remains unclear in the continuing case of the bankrupted hotelier.
Third generation of Carson-Mitchell Inc. assumes new leadership roles.
Web Producer Geoff Pickle examines the appropriation of millennial culture by hotel developers.