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Car dealer pleads guilty to federal charges

Chris King of Queen City Motors is accused of running an identity theft and wire fraud scheme.

The Pinegar family takes over dealership.

Thirty-three nonprofits are assisted.

The company expands its governing body to 10 positions.

Carrie Long is accused of embezzling from Executive Coach Builders and Executive Bus Builders.

Chief Financial Officer Tom McFall and board Chair Greg Henslee sell tens of thousands of shares.

The company simultaneously launches a food drive to benefit Ozarks Food Harvest.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, aviation, communications, education, health care and nonprofit

Harmony House is the recipient of the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2021 W. Curtis Strube Small Business Award.

Previously announced Allegiant destinations to Florida and Texas start this week.

Harmony House beats four other finalists at annual event.

Jeffrey Bourk is headed to Wilmington International in North Carolina.

Springfield officials see placemaking opportunities by examining historical trolley stops and waterways.

A longtime vendor at area farmers markets launched her first brick-and-mortar store; Monett boutique Flying V Mercantile LLC moved; and Dodson-Williams Automotive LLC relocated its new venture.

SBJ survey data is used to analyze the financial horizon from the perspective of decision makers.

The owner previously joined with a business partner to relaunch the brand after its body shops were sold to a Chicago company.

The company posts 6.7% growth in comparable store sales.

The Environmental Protection Agency honors seven Missouri companies.

Better Block SGF and the city try out a walkable streetscape in downtown Springfield.

Analysts expect a slight dip in profits.

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