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Springfield Business Journal investigates the bankruptcy and asset sale of late hotelier John Q. Hammons' former holdings.

U.S. Department of Treasury has the final say on program providing improvements in low- and medium-income census tracts.

The state’s average jobless rate improves to 3.8 percent last year from 4.6 percent in 2016.

With tournaments and events, owners seek to leave their mark on the Ozarks.

An attorney says creditors will get paid through the proceedings.

The city’s MOmentum survey indicates employers of all sizes are encountering hiring difficulties.

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Banker Thane Kifer’s Best Western Plus is on track for a May opening.

The city’s tax increment finance commission plans to hold a hearing March 5.

Stan Dobbins seeks funding mechanisms to put the city and its infrastructure projects back on track.

The move would come with a new property tax levied on residents of regional school districts.

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Overall exports rise 1.7 percent to $14.2 billion in 2017, according to a state report.

New properties by two hoteliers unleash 200 rooms in the last two months.

The governing body tables a bill that calls on streetscape improvements and other initiatives.

St. Louis developers are investing in a planned development downtown.

Development interest heightens with major south-side additions underway.

Life.Church is launching a campus at the vacant south-side building, according to the project architect.

Three Missouri partners plan an upscale project with Walnut Street and Jefferson Avenue frontage.

Missouri governor promotes what he calls revenue-neutral tax cuts.

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