The Housing Authority of Springfield buys land for a residential project.
SBJ Features Editor Christine Temple outlines the Health Care Champions event.
Owner Katie Baker is moving from Redneck Nutz.
The health care system is taking a new model to Nixa and Ozark.
The Verizon Wireless national retailer has started moving employees into its new $6 million corporate office.
The shuttering of the downtown bookstore was announced a week ago.
Still, the Queen City is No. 2 among the largest cities in Missouri.
A $20 million-$25 million building will house the Breech School of Business Administration.
The company enters a distribution deal with Heart of America.
HRI Holding Corp., the operator of restaurant chain Houlihan's Restaurants Inc., on Thursday filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
A $1 billion mixed-use "city within a city" is in the works in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Shareholders for Gannett and New Media Investment Group, dba Gatehouse Media, approved the acquisition deal between the two companies.
Starbucks' largest location yet opens today in Chicago.
Less than a week after announcing a new round of store closures, Sears is laying off hundreds of corporate workers.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, a Republican, conceded defeat yesterday to Democratic challenger Andy Beshear.
Amazon announced a formal challenge of the Pentagon's decision to award Microsoft a $10 billion cloud contract.
A flight from London to Sydney, Australia, broke two world records.
Walmart Inc. filed suit against 32 of Colorado's 64 counties.
The former secretary and treasurer of the Plattsburg Special Road District was indicted by a federal grand jury this week.
Springfield Business Journal on Nov. 14 hosts its 10th annual Health Care Champions awards.
Missouri State University officials on Oct. 26 unveil a $250 million capital campaign.
Big Momma’s Coffee and Espresso Bar LLC CEO Lyle Foster is the Oct. 15 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
Nearly 400 people attend the event, which raises money for Women in Need.
On Sept. 13, SBJ honors accountants, bankers, IT professionals, insurance agents, attorneys, wealth managers and up-and-comers.
Tim Garrison, U.S. attorney for the Western District of Missouri, is the Sept. 17 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
“We’re large, integrated and multifaceted, but our roots are deeply embedded in the Ozarks.” — Karen Kramer of CoxHealth, on the health system's history
SBJ honors 14 individuals and two companies.
Ozarks Preferred Dental is in its 100th year, following a 2018 merger and the addition of a new dentist.
The former Aunt Martha’s Pancake House was renovated into lifestyle goods marketplace and design studio House Counsel; Mochas and Meows LLC opened its doors; and the Greene County Operations Center opened.
A retail center is nearing completion where a former credit union building was razed earlier this year.