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Netflix told shareholders the company plans to roll out paid account sharing.

Government data released Thursday indicate the U.S. economy grew in the fourth quarter.

Gemba, a corporate virtual reality training platform, raised $18 million in a Series A round of funding.

ToeIn is designed for cabinet doors and follows millions of dollars' worth of sales for the local company's flagship product.

The owners of Springfield marketing firm Longitude are partners in the project called The Ozarker Lodge.

The board unanimously approves a one-year extension, the second since she was hired.

Ashley Casad is named president of Springfield hospitals.

West Liberty Foods is planning a $200 million food processing center and cold storage facility in Kansas City.

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is moving to reclaim some 10,000 acres of abandoned coal mines.

IBM Corp. is conducting 3,900 layoffs.

Midland, Michigan-based chemicals company Dow Inc. is planning layoffs.

Green investments have matched fossil fuels for the first time.

Justin Bieber has sold the rights to his music catalog.

Meta is lifting former President Donald Trump's suspension on Facebook and Instagram.

Electric vehicle maker Tesla reported profits and revenue that beat analysts' expectations for the fourth quarter.

Fourth quarter adds roughly $100 million in profits for a yearly total of $431.7 million.

QCR completed its acquisition of the Springfield company during 2022.

The community college is launching a plumbing program in 2024.

Councilmember Matthew Simpson withdraws sponsorship for related annexation bill. 

Dan Isom, the interim public safety director for the city of St. Louis, penned his resignation.

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