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Glenn Kristek was involved with the Springfield business for decades.

Missouri Prime Beef Packers discloses decision impacting 335 employees in state WARN notice.

Springfield Business Journal’s 2024 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.

Recommendations from ConnectSGF study could mean hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of new expenses to expand coverage and increase frequency.

Hold Fast Brewing Co., Jimm's Steakhouse & Pub and The Sandwich Scene are among companies closed temporarily due to winter weather.

Officials discuss the addition of non-native plans during a weekend meeting. 

The college's board approves additional funding for the workforce training facility at the campus in Nixa.

A new Outdoor World is scheduled to open in February in West Chester, Ohio.

Soap Refill Station owners have high hopes that small changes can lead to big environmental impact.

Specialty Risk Insurance expects to add 200 jobs by 2030, officials say.

The Missouri Farm Bureau provides highlights of its annual Farmometer survey.

They said it. We're reporting it. Thirteen forecasts lead the way into the new year.

 Reflecting on 2023, the SBJ newsroom ranked the Top 10 stories that impacted regional business.

The electric cooperative's annual grant funding goes to teachers at 24 schools.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, education, human resources, nonprofit and utilities.

Join us on the third Tuesday of each month for a live interview with one of 12 local professionals handpicked by our editorial team.

Howler Co., an outdoor gear retailer with mountain biking roots, opened; Table Rock Community Bank launched its newest branch; and Horton Electric Service was acquired.

Jerry Carpenter is appointed as the Springfield solar energy company's chief revenue officer.

Springfield is included on the list of eligible urban areas.

A memorandum of understanding between the local utility's board and the Southwest Missouri Joint Water Utility Commission awaits U.S. Army Corps of Engineers approval.

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