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The company is rolling out rebranding this month.

Read the profiles of this year's class.

Linda Simmons takes issue with an order by station owner Gray Television.

Danny Perches is leading the Queen City on the initiative.

Springfield Daily Citizen plans to go live after the first of the year under a nonprofit model. 

Minimum pay is increased as the company looks to exceed $800 million in revenue this year.

Big Momma’s, Coffee Ethic and Echelon Coffee are among participants in the promotion.

SBJ Vice President Eric Olson discusses the startup world with company founders who are participating in the Efactory’s business accelerator.

‘Woke Wednesday’ brings Facebook group to ramen shop.

After canceling its Community Leadership Visit in 2020, Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce officials decided to stay close to home this year for the annual program.

Best local business coverage is among the honors.

Allyssa Dudley succeeds Mike Landis, who exited for KOLR10 this spring.

The university gathered feedback to arrive at a horse symbol called Valor.

Robert Jehle and Jenny James Hayward join the county this month.

SBJ analyzes economic survey data results.

CoxHealth's Kaitlyn McConnell has "a few things to keep in mind as you explore how to integrate or expand your organization’s use" of social media.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, construction, education, law, marketing and utility.

Springfield-based Pine Box Entertainment tallies $141,000 for Doomtown product.

Council committee sees results of thousands of residents' input.

New staff and equipment are part of nPrint Graphix’s 2021 investment.

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