Masonite cites plans to consolidate operations to Canada.
Pet groomer Brittny Knapp becomes first-time business owner with her new venture.
The namesake of Warren Davis Properties is recognized at the chamber's annual event.
Gary Fulbright is scheduled to exit the health care system at year's end.
The monthly report shows a sharp decrease from March in high-dollar Springfield residences placed on the market.
Heather Neal previously pleaded guilty to filing fraudulent tax returns.
Dr. Alexander Hover is elected president of the Missouri State Medical Association.
Greg Williams brings 30 years of leadership experience to the role.
Newly opened Schuchmann Meat is among the recipients.
David Barklage, a lobbyist who has been involved in Missouri Republican politics for decades, was indicted on a felony tax charge.
Leawood, Kansas-based technology startup Torch.AI scored a $27 million tax incentive package.
The St. Louis Cardinals hired a diversity, equity and inclusion consultant, a newly formed role for the team.
A manufacturer is seeking incentives for an expansion to its Joplin plant.
The Missouri Senate last week approved a bill that would establish scholarship accounts to pay for such costs as private school tuition.
A ransomware cyberattack forced the shutdown of one of the largest pipelines in the United States.
Medina Spirit, the winning horse at the Kentucky Derby earlier this month, failed a post-race drug test.
Sadiq Khan was reelected as the mayor of London.
A Missouri man pleaded guilty this week to fraudulently obtaining more than $500,000 worth of Paycheck Protection Program loans.
Little Rock, Arkansas, developer Beechwood Pinnacle Hotels is proposing a hotel in a 109-year-old historic Kansas City building.
Young professionals are honored at a drive-in theater-themed event hosted by SBJ.
“My intention is to be the largest title company in the state.”
—Jeremy Burcham of Meridian Title, on his growth goals
Company readies Frisco Building space while adding new offices.
Visionhealth Eye Center in Republic moved; Gettin’ Basted expanded north to Springfield; and the second Springfield facility for Blue Iguana Car Wash opened.