The Adam Johnson Team becomes Alpha Realty.
New paths connect customers to Dallas and Chicago.
The decision sets a precedent involving transportation workers and the Federal Arbitration Act.
The municipality moves to examine Cook, Flatt & Strobel Engineers’ credentials.
A four-home development planned in Phelps Grove is on hold.
The company adds 1,000 long-term care residents.
The state’s jobless rate ticks up to 3.1 percent in December.
The no-interest program is available for workers in seven counties.
Voters will decide on the measure in April.
Sears Chairman Eddie Lampert won a bankruptcy auction to stop the company's from entering liquidation, according to multiple media reports.
Leaked internal documents from United Airlines show Apple is its biggest corporate customer.
Netflix announced it will raise U.S. prices by 13 to 18 percent, the largest increase since the company was launched 12 years ago.
Microsoft signed a multiyear deal with Walgreens.
Snap Inc. Chief Financial Officer Tim Stone announced yesterday he is exiting the company.
William Barr, President Donald Trump's pick for attorney general, vowed to let special counsel Robert Mueller complete the Russia investigation.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a no-confidence vote after her Brexit deal was overwhelmingly rejected by legislators.
American holiday shoppers purchased $126 billion worth of goods online, according to Adobe Analytics.
Gymboree signaled plans to file a second bankruptcy plan in as many years.
President Donald Trump welcomed the champion Clemson Tigers to the White House with a buffet of fast food.
Developer Say You Can LLC is seeking blight designations on homes at 1361 and 1365 E. Cherry St.
Photographer Wes Hamilton selects his best photos of 2018.
Roughly 210 people converged Dec. 5 on the AMC Springfield 11 IMAX Theater for Springfield Business Journal’s third-annual 90 Ideas in 90 Minutes.
The CEO of Burrell Behavioral Health is the Nov. 20 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
Around 160 people attended Springfield Business Journal’s 2018 Health Care Champions event held Nov. 15.
“I’d put a go-kart track in it, if I could make money on it.” — Brian Weiler of Springfield-Branson National Airport, on his interest in nontraditional revenue streams
A refresh this fall to Springfield’s permit application and development review process got off to a rocky start.
Two years into ownership, couple keeps giving spirit alive at Five Pound Apparel.
Construction crews began work in mid-2018 for a Kum & Go convenience store and fuel station on the southeast corner of Kearney Street and Glenstone Avenue.
Developer Kelly Byrne has presented a new plan for properties on Cherry Street — with the aim to bring neighbors together.