Jill Finney comes on board to lead Flourish, a community development corporation.
Wire Road plans to employ 10 at the 3,500-square-foot shop.
The COVID-19 pandemic prompted organizers to cancel last year’s business event.
Three Springfield homes meet the criteria for SBJ's monthly feature.
The MidxMidwst mural art and culture initiative organized by Meg Wagler plans to occupy part of downtown's Robberson Avenue alley in September.
Editor Eric Olson recounts how business kept moving despite the recent cold weather crisis.
The Silver Dollar City operator takes on majority ownership of Kentucky Kingdom.
Utility officials point to $40 million in unplanned natural gas purchases during the severe weather event.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Springfield raises $1.3 million with a gift from the O'Reilly family.
Columbia-based Veterans United Home Loans has hired more than 250 employees in St. Louis during the past six months.
Brazos Electric Power Cooperative Inc., the largest and oldest electric power cooperative in Texas, filed for bankruptcy.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Saturday passed the $1.9 trillion stimulus bill backed by President Joe Biden.
The Food and Drug Administration gave the green light to Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine.
AstraZeneca reportedly sold its stake in Moderna for more than $1 billion.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo partially apologized amid sexual harassment claims that are being investigated by the state's attorney general.
McDonald’s Corp. is considering a partial sale of digital startup Dynamic Yield Ltd.
Exxon Mobil added two members to its board of directors.
The Missouri House of Representatives on Thursday narrowly approved a school choice measure.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday passed a LGBTQ rights bill dubbed the Equality Act.
“When you’ve built something and worked at it all of the time, it is you."
—Becky Thomas of Third Street Sportswear Manufacturing, on growing up in the family business
A year dubbed unprecedented in many ways has led to a new concern for employers, employees and customers alike – exposure to the coronavirus at places of business.
Ozark apparel manufacturer Third Street Sportswear maintains workforce as pandemic cuts into sales and alters product line.