However, 120 positions are open at its headquarters.
The shop is located in the shuttered Bistro Market building.
The 10,000-square-foot shell building will have space for up to seven tenants.
He signs a five-year deal with a $250,000 base salary.
The governor calls on a $100 million rainy day fund.
Sam Smith assumes his new role on Feb. 1.
Columnist Bennet Bodenstein recommends albarino, viognier and plavac mali.
Liz Delany, Kevin Howard and George Spankmeister are laid off from their positions.
The flea market will go on hiatus for two years, its co-owner says.
Arkansas businessmen Marshall Johnson and his father, Paul Johnson, are planning a $10 million resort in Eureka Springs.
Topeka, Kansas-based Payless ShoeSource emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy for the second time.
Alphabet Inc., Google's parent company, became the latest technology firm to exceed a $1 trillion market capitalization.
The Senate on Thursday approved President Donald Trump's revised North American Free Trade Agreement.
Faced with budget deficits exceeding $1 trillion per year, the U.S. Treasury is introducing a new 20-year bond.
China's GDP grew by 6.1% in 2019, near the bottom of Beijing's target range.
Mozilla Corp., the developer of the Firefox web browser, is laying off some 70 employees.
NBCUniversal on Thursday unveiled Peacock, its new streaming service.
House Democratic leaders formally carried the articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump to the Senate.
Tennessee lawmakers have passed a measure protecting religious adoption agencies if they choose not to allow same-sex couples to adopt a child.
Photographer Jessica Rosa selects her favorite photos from 2019.
Roughly 165 people on Dec. 4 attend Springfield Business Journal’s 90 Ideas in 90 Minutes event.
Jordan Valley Community Health Center President and CEO Brooks Miller is the Nov. 19 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s monthly 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
“I feel terrible that my bill cost a man his job.” — Rep. Ron Hicks, R-Dardenne Prairie, on a bill that would move authority of the Missouri Capitol Police to the Missouri State Capitol Commission
Hudson Hawk Barber & Shop opens its 10th store ahead of the new year.
Pappy’s Place came under new ownership; Napleton Autowerks/Missouri Inc. moved; and St. Louis barbecue chain Sugarfire Smokehouse made its Springfield debut.
Developers across Springfield are breathing new life into old structures.
Near Republic High School, a 19-acre golf driving range is going up.