The Bass Pro Shops founder is the 207th wealthiest American on the Forbes 400.
The university adds a multimillion-dollar meeting space at its southwest Missouri research center.
Nine businesspeople sign up for the pilot this fall.
The Springfield doughnut chain’s marketing efforts pay off in October.
A Homewood Suites is planned by an Oklahoma developer.
Pamela Van Drie previously was convicted for running multiple fraud schemes with her husband.
Paula Dougherty says early retirement is possible with careful planning.
Brent Depee, School of the Osage's superintendent since 2011, announced his retirement.
Boeing's board removed the chairman title from CEO Dennis Muilenburg.
Hunter Biden announced he's stepping down from the board of a Chinese-backed private equity firm.
The Michigan Treasury Department cut ties with billionaire Ken Fisher's wealth management firm.
More than 3,600 hourly workers at Mack Trucks Inc. plants in three states went on strike over the weekend.
The Nobel Prize in economics was awarded to a trio for their work to alleviate global poverty.
Comic book villain origin story "Joker" again was No. 1 at the box office.
The largest typhoon to hit Japan in decades tore through the country over the weekend.
The owner of restaurant chain Hooters is headed in a new direction.
Airlines discovered cracks on 38 of 810 Boeing 737 jets that were inspected around the world.
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.
Springfield Business Journal’s annual Men of the Year ceremony was held Aug. 16 at White River Conference Center.
Doug Clay, general superintendent of the Assemblies of God, is the Aug. 20 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
“Just because people have a legal issue in their background doesn’t end their life.” — Carmen May of Missouri Job Center, on the state program that is now holding classes in Ozark Correctional Center
2019 marks the 20th year of the Most Influential Women awards.
A Missouri Job Center program that focuses on helping people with legal convictions find employment is finding success by moving classes inside prison walls.
Slate Robotics is on the forefront of a personal robot revolution.
Vantage Rooftop Lounge and Conservatory opened atop Hotel Vandivort's new building; Tonik Sweetwater Saloon got its start; and husband and wife Shane and Hannah Stout opened Bohemian Smoke Shop.