A company involved has developed build-to-suit projects for Amazon.
It's only the second such closure in the attraction's history.
The gift establishes the Phil Roberts Scholarship Fund at the College of Business.
The health and hospice company is moving to the James River Towne Center in south Springfield.
It's the third facility outside of Missouri for SRC Holdings Corp.
City officials confirm Wire Road Brewing owners plan to build facility.
It's the third service agreement of the year for the small-business organization at Missouri State University.
The operator of Beebe’s Roaring River Waterslide admits he did not pay all of his taxes.
One involves the Crosslines food pantry, which is closed temporarily due to a COVID-19 case.
Ameren Missouri yesterday announced plans for a 91-acre solar farm in the state.
Three separate federal indictments announced yesterday charged 60 defendants for their roles in a $300 million nationwide telemarketing fraud …
The 2020 election is the most expensive campaign in American history, according to new projections from the Center for Responsive Politics.
The Miller family agreed to sell the Utah Jazz for nearly $1.7 billion, people familiar with the matter told ESPN.
Amazon argued in federal court that Prime Video customers do no own content they purchase on the streaming service.
Tiffany & Co. and LVMH have agreed to new acquisition terms.
Pinterest reported a 37% increase in monthly active users to 442 million during the third quarter.
Samsung posted revenue of $59 billion, an all-time quarterly high.
Well-known St. Louis attorney Charles “Ed” Brown fell to his death Monday from a high-rise office building in the city's downtown area.
Sports equipment manufacturer Callaway Golf Co. penned a deal to purchase the stake it does not already own in Topgolf.
“I had that kind of midlife crisis of ‘Let’s open a brewery.’ I knew I wanted to do something with family”
—Carol McLeod of Hold Fast Brewing, on teaming with her sister, Susan, on their business venture
Springfield company's order is set to equip over 1,000 vehicles by 2028.
Hold Fast Brewing's owners work to overcome COVID-19 sales impact.
An upstart organization is giving urban spaces splashes of life to show what's possible.
With COVID-19 still present in the Ozarks, there have been changes to make celebrating still possible but with safety in mind.