Restaurateur Angel Kim targets a June 4 opening for OssoBuco Italian American Bistro.
Five companies make their first appearance on the list.
A Big Air Trampoline Park franchisee plans a fall opening.
Economic Impact Awards also honor companies for years in business.
Skyscraper gives customers experience similar to flying in a fighter jet.
Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples four selections from Left Coast Estate.
Donald Babb plans exit in January 2020, with a successor on board.
Zach Kauk succeeds the retiring Les Crawford.
Students at the college preparatory school can get a tuition discount.
Federal prosecutors charged Chicago banker Stephen Calk with bribery.
A group of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates are joining demonstrations by McDonald's workers for better pay.
A U.S. federal grand jury returned an indictment with 17 new charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Film producer Harvey Weinstein reached a tentative $44 million deal with his alleged victims of sexual misconduct.
Taco Bell signaled plans to add 600 restaurants in India over the next decade.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said she would resign on June 7.
Lowe's is reportedly considering two sites for a 2,000-employee technology hub.
Jay Fielden, editor-in-chief of men's magazine Esquire, announced he's leaving his post at the publication owned by Hearst Magazines.
A series of storms spawned multiple tornadoes late last night in Missouri.
The St. Louis Zoo is adding an $11.5 million new attraction called Primate Canopy Trails.
Around 290 people attend Springfield Business Journal’s annual Dynamic Dozen fast-growth awards ceremony on May 23.
Millsap Farms LLC owner Curtis Millsap is the April 16 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know monthly live interview series.
Around 520 people attend Springfield Business Journal’s 2019 40 Under 40 event on March 21.
Prosper Springfield Director Francine Pratt is the March 19 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
“Local politics killed that deal.” — Hotel developer Rick Huffman, on his convention center proposal in the mid-2000s in downtown Springfield
Another chapter of the Mother Road’s allure rolls out.
TommyHawks Axe House is tripling average attendance in 2019 from its first year.
Historic renovations are on the square, while officials seek development in empty business park.
When its customer survey research hit an initial snag last month, Longitude's information gathering on Springfield Diner was able to pick up some momentum via social media.