After announcing her exit earlier this year, Carol Taylor was asked to delay her plans.
The presiding commissioner says the new jail is on schedule.
Construction on the multiphase project is slated to start this winter.
Arvest Bank signs on for Elevate Branson’s tiny homes community.
Sen. Roy Blunt announces the workforce development funding.
A regional president for Simmons Bank joins Encore Bank.
Missouri Fence Company-Springfield is accused of taking money and not performing work.
The former chief financial officer of St. Louis-based Common Ground Public Relations pleaded guilty to three counts of wire fraud.
Kevin Uhlich, the Kansas City Royals' senior vice president of business operations, is slated to retire at month's end.
Anheuser-Busch closed on its multimillion-dollar purchase of Craft Brew Alliance.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom yesterday signed a bill requiring public corporations based in the state to have board directors from racial or …
President Donald Trump today signed an executive order that prevents a government shutdown.
U.S. private-sector businesses added 749,000 workers last month, according to the ADP National Employment Report.
A technical problem brought a full-day trading halt to Japan's stock exchanges.
Bed Bath & Beyond shares rose as much as 11.5% in pre-market trading today after the company reported its fiscal second quarter results.
The Treasury Department announced yesterday it would begin forgiving loans to small businesses through the Paycheck Protection Program.
Disney's theme park division announced it would eliminate 28,000 U.S. jobs.
“Obligation always comes ahead of privilege.”
—Steve Edwards of CoxHealth, on the use of face masks despite personal preference
Storytime Coffee Co. opened in Rogersville; brokerage Greater Springfield, Realtors changed its name to Sturdy Real Estate; and a sandwich eatery began service inside a downtown bar.
After 13 years, Millsap Farms has created a profitable farm operation with multiple revenue streams.
Through Glenngary LLC, Keller Williams Greater Springfield real estate agents Rhett Smillie, Adam Graddy and Dan Holt are building a mixed-use center and targeting tenants in real estate services.
Approval makes way for Treadway mixed-use development.