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Plotline teaches young people the art of filmmaking.

Net income during the fiscal first quarter rises to $106.5 million.

Read the profiles of this year's honorees.

Digital Editor Geoff Pickle brings you internet, public records and technology coverage and analysis.

Vance Sherard leads investor relations at the company.

The Efactory is a partner in the initiative.

Ozark-based Root Signa joins the Springfield company.

CEO David Foss is the highest earner at the company.

Read about this year's honorees.

Net Vision Communications is slated to supply high-speed internet in rural Barton County.

Cloud-based and open banking, and the adoption of such technology by small local banks, is becoming part of the not-so-distant future.

A San Francisco company rolls out a fleet of 20 robots to work with on-campus eateries.

Business owners with cameras on site may add themselves to the registry, as can homeowners with doorbell or mounted security cameras.

The Monett-based company completes its previously announced purchase of Payrailz.

Survey data inform economic development trends.

Officials with the regional workforce network have started fundraising.

SBJ started the awards in 2011, and today 240 men in the community are able to claim the title.

The virtual assistant training business ranks No. 1,408 on this year's list.

CEO David Foss says the company is poised for growth in fiscal 2023.

The Nixa internet company has received some $90 million to date for rural infrastructure efforts.

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