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SBJ survey data is used to analyze the flow of money.

Brokate Janitorial LLC relocated; Show Me Christian County moved; and a real estate agent with a background in food service launched Mug Shots Coffee.

The nonprofit signs a letter of intent for deal with Comprehensive Mental Health Services.

Michael Calhoun, a 22-year employee of the health care system, is succeeding the retiring Gary Fulbright.

Events at the Springfield and Branson stores are planned next week.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony is held for the building.

The owner of tattoo and piercing studio Ink Ink LLC added a second Commercial Street business; Blue Iguana Car Wash bolstered its roster of shops; and Mount Vernon-based KeenBean Coffee Roasters expanded.

The mental health service provider targets an October opening.

The Bank of Missouri tops RMI Business Finance's list.

Darren Bass and Dr. Shelby Hahn are named to new positions.

Two of the company's top officers record increases, with decreases for the other three.

Officials expect new $12M facility will train more students for workforce.

Read the profiles of this year's class.

Logan West Living is a multifamily complex of seven single-story buildings containing 31 two-bedroom units and eight three-bedroom units.

The brewpub is a first for the Taney County town.

Most of the other MSAs in Missouri decrease, as well.

Aurora-based Hog Tide Bar-B-Que aims to launch its second shop this month.

The former state legislator now is seeking the position in Washington, D.C., currently held by Billy Long.

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

Curtis Trent throws his hat in the ring for the role currently held by Eric Burlison.

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