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The company's CEO points to employee efforts working with customers amid an uncertain economic recovery.

The bank reports a nearly 34% increase in second quarter profits.

The first of six special issues unpack economic survey results.

The small town of Crane is the recipient of some big money from the state that will lead to demolition of over a dozen blighted structures.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, culinary, education, entertainment, law, municipal and transportation.

A provision in the legislation supported by the Springfield representative addresses the "cliff effect."

Marie Muhvic starts in early September.

Five years after launching in Buffalo, home goods store Market 116 LLC and its owners have invested roughly $300,000 in a longtime vacant downtown building.

The school's foundation brings in $25.8 million this past year.

New 52-week highs come ahead of quarterly investor call.

Local firms submitted 20 projects showcasing their expertise and portfolios.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, banking, media, municipal and sales.

CEO Rick Britton issues $3,000 annual raises across the company

Missouri state Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick recommends utilizing state resources for high school students transitioning to higher education.

He becomes the regional chairperson for the wealth management division of Commerce Bank.

The Bass Pro founder commits to covering 25% of 100 donated residences.

James Leon Combs pledges $35,000, bringing the project tally to $3.7 million.

Editorial VP Eric Olson wonders if there's any relief from the rising U.S. inflation rate.

The company increases hourly pay and incentives for new hires.

Demolition is slated to start soon on South Campbell.

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