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Report: How generous is Greene County?

Report by SmartAsset indicates local county fares well compared with others statewide.

Ron Schneider is hired as the successor to Bob Belote.

Jay Burchfield served as a member of the company's board since 1997.

Mike Girsch is scheduled to speak at SBJ Connect in September.

Table Rock Lake, which has over 800 miles of shoreline and is located primarily within Stone County, is a top lake destination.

Purpose Connect CEO Racheal Dami Odunewu: "Hiring international talent is not just about meeting diversity quotas or ticking boxes; it is about recognizing the inherent value that individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds bring to an organization."

Mercy exec steps up as new president of local health care system.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, government, hospitality, human resources, manufacturing and nonprofit.

Legislators secure $727M for I-44 upgrades while child care aid falters.

The deal with St. Louis Children’s Hospital follows similar move by Mercy in March.

Housing has always been a focus embedded within other priorities, mayor pro tem says. 

Springfield Business Journal continues its tradition of honoring local health care professionals during June’s Health Care Champions awards event.

Karl Glassman takes over for Mitch Dolloff, who resigned.

Local wages rise by 4.7% during the last three months of 2023.

Springfield City Council is considering $26 million in bonds to pay for acquisition of new workforce center and three other high-profile city projects. 

Brandi VanAntwerp is slated to become the nonprofit's leader this summer.

Jackson Thompson is tapped to succeed longtime Director Mike Crocker.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, construction, engineering, media, nonprofit and sales.

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued the final ruling of its Pregnant Workers Fairness Act on April 15, with the rule going into effect June 18. Companies with at least 15 employees must provide reasonable accommodations for known limitations regarding pregnancy, childbirth or a related medical condition.

The new initiative expands on a donation from the O'Reilly and Wooten families.

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