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Employers add a net 7,300 jobs during August, according to latest state data.

The program seeks to promote homeownership and renovate residential properties.

Some large real estate wins have been piling up in Republic over the past year-plus.

Missouri ranks No. 9 nationwide, according to latest data.

SBJ Editorial Vice President Eric Olson connects traffic roundabouts with economic and community development.

The organizations range in industry from aviation and science to health care and nonprofit.

The remainder of the metro areas in Missouri post decreases, as well.

In Springfield Business Journal’s summer project report, 19 active construction jobs represent more than $340 million in investments and over 2 million square feet of new construction, additions and renovations.

The opening marks the 101st store for the Springfield-based company.

Projects include signage, parking lot upgrades and public art.

High percentage of renters in city behind councilperson’s ‘no.’

SPS officials aim to close learning gap, free up workforce.

The economic rebound the country experienced after the initial impact of the coronavirus pandemic nearly 18 months ago is still in progress, state economists say.

For 22 years, Springfield Business Journal has honored women for their professional and civic accomplishments and contributions.

Average weekly take-home pay is the lowest in Missouri, according to federal data.

Read profiles of this year's honorees.

The special section analyzes the local market's competition for talent.

Read profiles of this year's honorees.

The first of six special issues unpack economic survey results.

Local firms submitted 20 projects showcasing their expertise and portfolios.

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