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Farmer's Wife marijuana company changes hands

A cannabis industry firm in Michigan is rolling out a rebranding of the dispensary to High Profile.

The Springfield higher education institution is now part of the Southwest Baptist University Mercy College of Health Professions.

Consultant and author Marlene Chism: "When long-term employees tell you they’re leaving for higher pay or career advancement, take a 20,000-foot view of the culture, department by department, to see if there is avoidance, disruption and unresolved conflicts contributing to unwanted turnover."

People Centric Consulting Group CEO Don Harkey: "There are a lot of complex issues to be solved in the health care arena, but it’s important to not take our eyes off the people."

SBJ interviews the associate dean, vice chair and professor of the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy at Missouri State University.

As mental health care evolves, pioneering treatments are making strides toward transforming the way practitioners and patients address mental wellness.

Reporter Mike Cullinan writes about workforce, new business and marijuana coverage and analysis.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, engineering, food service, health care, hospitality and service.

Element Springfield South opened; Outlaw Gentlemen Barbershop added a second location; and wellness studio Stretch Zone launched.

The nonprofit is taking over operations of the pharmacy that operates at its 1636 S. Glenstone Ave. office.

David Argueta also is serving as a delegate to the American Hospital Association.

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

Sit and Spin Studio opened; Bloom Well Family Wellness relocated; and Complete Care Clinic got its start.

Employees at CoxHealth facility are expected to be hired back.

The Springfield Dream Center and Cox Medical Center Branson are among the recipients.

Burrell Foundation Executive Director Kristen Weaver: "Locally, we continue to build on our mission to support the advancement of behavioral health and inspire stronger more resilient communities through connection, advocacy and philanthropy. Working together, we’ll achieve more."

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, equipment, health care, law, marketing and nonprofit.

The Center for Music Therapy and Wellness LLC relocated its clinic; independent brokerage Gateway Real Estate added a second location; and Mythical ’Wich got its start.

Seller calls deal "one of the most profitable office transactions in the post-pandemic era."

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

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