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Habitat for Humanity marks 35 years of providing stable housing.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, automotive, education, government and health care.

Check out the Book of Facts and Book of Lists by SBJ.

Whataburger launched its second local store; Branson shop Revive Juice and Coffee Bar LLC moved; and a new Monett branch of the Barry-Lawrence Regional Library District opened.

A pair of area medical colleges that received state grant funding in the fall are now investing the funds toward technology and new programs with the intent of attracting more students to the nursing profession.

Certified financial planner Paula Dougherty: "If you’d like a second opinion on how to achieve your retirement dream, consult a financial adviser and estate attorney. These professionals can offer advice and encouragement, helping you to find your own happy medium between spending and providing an inheritance with your assets."

Certified financial planner Kenny Gott: "Work with a financial professional to analyze your unique circumstances and come up with a sensible debt-management strategy that considers both the math and quality-of-life factors before proceeding."

SBJ interviews the Missouri Division president of Cadence Bank.

Restore SGF Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit geared toward restoring older homes that are deteriorating in Springfield while increasing homeownership, formed a board of directors at the start of the year.

Legacy Bank & Trust Co. officials say a nearly two-year process to launch a division within the affordable housing finance market came to fruition at the start of the year with the purchase of Dallas-based Crain Mortgage Group LLC.

Missouri officials confirm Amendment 3 permits subtraction.

Company co-president says deal will "expand and fill in its existing footprint across the central, mountain and southern portions of the U.S."

Revenue for the year climbs to $1.5 billion.

Chris Bauman is on pace to lead the district at least through the 2025-26 academic year.

It’s the company’s first response since litigation was filed last year. 

The FBI on Thursday revealed a takedown of ransomware group Hive.

The Justice Department announced a joint law enforcement initiative took down a fraudulent nursing diploma scheme.

Bed Bath & Beyond has defaulted on its credit line with JPMorgan.

The Washington Post has laid off 20 newsroom employees, according to CNN Business.

Multiple sellers on eBay are selling small quantities of “genuine Splash Mountain water” after the ride closed at Walt Disney World Monday.

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