Shelly Addington and Byron Pierce of UMB Bank say the cards offer flexibility.
He joined the company in 2015 after nine years with the Springfield chamber.
The company's profits come to $17 million in the first quarter.
The naming rights became available in 2018 amid the fallout of late hotelier John Q. Hammons' bankrupt estate.
Newsmakers in the areas of arts, banking & finance, education, nonprofit, real estate and technology.
Funds from the Louis L. and Julia Dorothy Coover Charitable Foundation focus on rural communities.
The first round of roughly $2 million in assistance is open through May 31.
Sixteen products manufactured across southwest Missouri were selected for inclusion in Springfield Business Journal’s inaugural Coolest Things Made in the Ozarks awards.
Wilmoth Oil Co. receives the largest amount, at $250,000.
Company officials say "several hundred thousand" people from 47 states and Canada visited the Queen City for the event.
Guest columnist Andy Drennen: "This exploding, currently unregulated market for a new-age digital bartering system that resides outside of the banking system has lured in well over $1 trillion in speculative investments."
Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, education, law and media.
The Sunderland family has both personal and business roots in the community, nonprofit officials say.
Officials want to conclude fundraising phase this summer.
The company's share price nears $750.
A Missouri House committee hears a bill designed to shore up the health care workforce.
QCR recently acquired the Springfield business and merged it with SFC Bank.
Credit hours are dropping to $250, school officials announce.
The Dynamic Dozen awards recognize companies and individuals in the Ozarks.
A career pivot for a former human resources professional resulted in Bosky’s Vegan Grill; Neverending Game Store LLC made its second move in as many years; and Mercy Springfield Communities added a second Queen City clinic focused on sports rehabilitation and performance improvement.