Jarad Giddens succeeds Kendal Dingus, who stepped down after two months.
CEO cites drop in interest rates impacting income.
The man claims he had to have shoulder surgery after an accident.
An NBA player takes a minority stake in the company.
The actor is scheduled to speak at an on-campus event later this month.
Without Rotary involved, the Ozarks BBQ Fest is planned for the April time slot.
Applications are being taken for Jeff Childs’ successor.
Lyle Foster speaks as SBJ’s monthly 12 People live interview guest.
Guaranty Bank ranks No. 2 during fiscal 2019.
The Springfield-Greene County Library District and Friends of the Library are bringing author and comedian David Sedaris to Springfield in 2020.
The Washington Nationals are headed to the World Series after delivering the city's first pennant in 86 years.
A Missouri appeals court overturned a $110 million verdict against Johnson & Johnson.
MGM Resorts Internationals reached deals to sell two company-owned casinos.
The U.S. House of Representatives approved a pair of bills supporting pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong.
A New York City townhouse used to portray the exterior of Elaine Benes' home in "Seinfeld" has been listed for sale.
CNBC reports Sen. Elizabeth Warren weathered attacks during much of the fourth Democratic debate.
Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. officials say the company's revenue grew 24.4% during the first three quarters of 2019 to $86 billion.
Steve Cash, a founder of The Ozark Mountain Daredevils, died at age 73.
Beverly Sackler, one of the owners of OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma, died Monday.
Big Momma’s Coffee and Espresso Bar LLC CEO Lyle Foster is the Oct. 15 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
Nearly 400 people attend the event, which raises money for Women in Need.
On Sept. 13, SBJ honors accountants, bankers, IT professionals, insurance agents, attorneys, wealth managers and up-and-comers.
Tim Garrison, U.S. attorney for the Western District of Missouri, is the Sept. 17 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
“Politicians don’t want to talk about this because baby boomers vote.” — Dean Young of Heim, Young & Associates, on Congress revising the ailing Social Security system
Ozarks Coca-Cola also reaches a three-year labor contract renewal with union.
Health care clinic Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center relocated; Mercy opened a $27 million health clinic; and former insurance adviser Clay Trautman started The Cast Group.
In a short time, Bridge Upholstery and Drapery went from a sewing hobby to specializing in motorized shades.
Money managers say securing a solid financial future is in the hands of individuals now more than ever.