The annual event honors 22 businesspeople.
The newest aid adds to $1.3 million already issued.
Charlyce Ruth is tapped to open a Springfield office for Associated General Contractors of Missouri.
Play will continue amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Travis Beazley becomes the company's SBA lending leader.
Applications are being taken as Kevin McConnell moves out of his district.
SBJ Features Editor Christine Temple joins health experts in calling for City Council to pass a face mask mandate.
A $2.2 million funding request is slated to go before council next week.
The Outland will stay operational after one sale is called off and another commences.
The Kansas City Business Journal compiled a report on the industries that received the most Paycheck Protection Program loans in the city.
A St. Louis-area man was indicted for allegedly evading taxes when operating an automotive warranty company.
Missouri yesterday reported the largest daily increase to date in new COVID-19 cases.
The U.S. Roman Catholic Church received at least $1.4 billion in Paycheck Protection Program loans.
Walmart is planning to launch a membership service that would compete with Amazon Prime, Recode reports.
Upscale kitchenware retailer Sur La Table filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
The mayor of South Korean capital Seoul was found dead after he went missing Thursday.
The Federal Reserve reports revolving credit debt dropped for the third month in a row.
An employee of Springfield's Veterans Affairs clinic tested positive for COVID-19, KY3 reports.
The United States reported two days of record COVID-19 case numbers.
Protestors gather downtown June 6 to support a widespread call for an end to racism and social injustice following the recent death of George Floyd.
“People are tired of COVID-19. We want our normal lives back. The only problem is, and I can assure you this, the virus is not done with us.”
—Clay Goddard of the Health Department, on the response of mandating face masks
Officials say project could be catalyst for downtown economic development.
Father-son duo reopen Commercial Street wine bar and event space to continue vision of social connection.
District sales tax is expected to collect $4.5 million per year for more Highway 76 improvements.
SBJ Editor Eric Olson highlights the virtual event.