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Rodney Shepard accepts a role overseeing banking operations in Missouri, Oklahoma and Kansas.

Nearly 90 years into its existence, a Springfield-based credit union has gone to a local high school to open its newest branch.

Missouri State University President Clif Smart is experiencing a lot of lasts as he prepares for his June 30 retirement.

Employers, researchers have mixed opinions on proposed $15 rate.

With its third time appearing on the Dynamic Dozen list – Springfield Business Journal’s countdown of the fastest-growing companies in our community – Keep Supply took home the top honor.

The seven-year leader of the trails advocacy nonprofit is exiting June 14. 

The MSU president is recognized as he nears his retirement from the university.

The university's athletics program is slated to compete on a higher level starting in summer 2025.

The awards ceremony also includes a new Dynamo honor recognizing O'Reilly Automotive.

The partnership with Mission University allows students of the Springfield school to study engineering through Drury.

Bernadean McAfee seeks the District 132 seat currently held by Crystal Quade, who is running for governor.

An employee since 2015, Joshua Best most recently served as museum affairs officer over audience development.

"Taylor Swift: The Sequel" was penned by Springfield writer Michael Frizell.

John Jasinski has accepted the offer from President Clif Smart.

Student affairs leader Joan Barrett is set to exit her role this summer.

Springfield listings of $500,000 or more last month include a home in Highland Springs.

Small-business owners juggle a lot of responsibilities, and a study by national payroll and human resources firm ADP found over half of them choose to handle HR matters in-house – with 80% of professionals tasked with the work having no experience or training.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, health care, nonprofit and trucking.

While the members of Generation Z are largely new to the workforce, stereotypes about their work ethic, technology focus and salary demands are pervasive. Defined by the Pew Research Center as those born between 1997 and 2012, Gen Z is needed to fill jobs in a myriad industries – a labor participation issue that is only going to grow as those from older generations retire, employers and young workers agree.

McConnell Edwards markets hard-won expertise at answering tough questions.

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