Officials meet with a consultant and consider committee members for 20-year outlook.
A Dunkin’/Baskin-Robbins combination store is coming to Republic.
The Ride the Ducks Branson captain, general manager and operations supervisor are named in an indictment.
The $4 million building will replace its nearby headquarters.
Mary Overbey’s Borealis Consulting gets its start.
The shop plans to open its second location by the end of summer.
Don Tono Mexican Food is planning to open a brick-and-mortar restaurant next month.
Jan Millington succeeds Rhonda Lewsader.
Crystal Webster is exiting the nonprofit after 11 years.
Planned Parenthood must make its case this week to a Missouri appeals panel.
Missouri officials have asked the federal government for a second disaster declaration.
AbbVie signed on to buy rival drugmaker Allergan for $63 billion.
The largest automobile retailer in the U.S. is seeking to hire more than 500 service technicians.
Meatless Farm, a competitor to Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, signed a deal with Whole Foods.
After reports surfaced about unsanitary and unsafe conditions at a Border Patrol station, more than 200 migrant children have been moved …
Apple announced plans to quintuple its Seattle workforce by 2024.
Bitcoin yesterday exceeded $11,000 for the first time in more than a year.
Dressbarn announced the locations of the first 28 stores it will shutter.
Eldorado Resorts Inc. agreed to purchase Caesars Entertainment Corp. in a deal backed by billionaire Carl Icahn.
Josh Widner, co-owner of Good Spirits Concepts LLC and four food and beverage venues, is the June 18 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
The first of SBJ's forums detailing Economic Growth Survey results is held.
Take a look at the 11 homes in the annual HBA event.
Around 290 people attend Springfield Business Journal’s annual Dynamic Dozen fast-growth awards ceremony on May 23.
“If you’re going to hire all these millennials, they want this amazing workspace. They want Google. ” — Anita Zimmerman of Wilhoit Properties Inc., on real estate trends
The Board of Public Utilities now works to replace its highest-paid general manager.
Business owners are looking for smaller, redeveloped spaces as the industry sees a shift to e-commerce and service retail.