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May 28, 2018, Monday Morning Business Leads

Check out building permits, bankruptcies and this week's list.

Where a pocket of office and industrial users are just off the business highway

Columnist Ellen Rohr gives tips for handling complex vendor relationships.

Check out building permits, new businesses and more.

SbjLive CEO Mar’Ellen Felin outlines tips to avoid pitfalls.

Springfield City Council appears poised to approve $366 million in proposed city spending next fiscal year.

The Wooten Co. is adding nine buildings and 255 units to James River Self Storage.

New director has a lifelong correlation to Adult Tendercare Center.

C.J. Miles bought out his business partner for the Pasta Express in Fox Grape Plaza; Ozarks Entertainment LLC sold; and All Tune and Lube Total Car Care signed on as a neighborhood dealer for U-Haul Company of Missouri.

Newsmakers in the areas of construction, education, health care, insurance and legal.

Speed and convenience are stressed with newer urgent care centers.

Lynn Coffey says he leads by example. He doesn’t just talk the talk.

When fundraising, Krystal Simon doesn’t look far for inspiration.

Andrew Hedgpeth says his priority is to provide guidance and support at CoxHealth.

The financial world is rules-bound, and Tammy Short knows education finance creates many additional layers of rules to follow.

Brian Weiler believes executives should lead by example.

Rhapsody Strategies launches an office through a local hire.

Bennet Bodenstein says wine is similar to clothing preferences, and it's time to start enjoying the light and white varieties.

Eleven other companies are honored as finalists at The Old Glass Place.

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