SBJ interviews the CEO of Burrell Behaviorla Health about mental health amid the coronavirus pandemic.
On 50 acres in Fordland, Terrell Creek Farm produces cheese for a local following. SBJ catches up with its co-founder.
SBJ talks sports with the director of Springfield HappyFeet Soccer and Springfield Legends Soccer.
Through her nonprofit, she’s committed to expanding diversity in technology.
After two decades as a prosecutor, he’s taking the bench in Greene County.
He oversees food and beverage at Mueller Co., an international manufacturer with $201 million in annual revenue.
Now leading the The James River Basin Partnership, he’s charged with water quality spanning 1 million acres.
He’s bringing author Stedman Graham to Springfield for an event on leadership and diversity.
Old Missouri Bank’s new CFO, he says he feels at home in the community bank, which fits with his small-town roots.
She leads a division of Wayne Morelock’s company aimed at knocking out repairs and renovations of all sizes.
Delegates from 100 countries elected the Mountain Grove-based physician to lead the World Medical Association.
With his newly formed home renovation company, he’s giving a facelift to Springfield’s landscape.
He’s leading an expansion of JPMorgan Chase in the Springfield market.
He’s leading ADsmith into its 20th year in business, with an eye on digital and video production.
He’s leading his family’s construction business — from a 430,000-square-foot new build to a renovation of a 120-year-old building.
It’s been a busy fall for Lori Rook after a staff shakeup and the addition of a business division to her elder law practice.
The new owner of Live Pure Yoga and Fitness says yoga counterbalances a fast-paced world.
Erica Smith says amid a sea of regulatory change and automation, CPAs act as guides for business owners.
The SPS student and school services executive director discusses new secure entrances and safety concerns.
SBJ compiles news on the respiratory virus outbreak.
Katherine Trombetta with the Missouri Job Center says they’ve been using social media to try to help people with their job search during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Job Center will host several …
Community Foundation of the Ozarks has committed $1 million to help community nonprofits dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. CFO President Brian Fogle says though they have helped with natural …
With employees working remotely, it’s critical to be vigilant with computer security. Todd Nielsen, chief strategy officer with JMark, says even the best software can’t eliminate all spam or …
The Missouri Department of Labor has a Shared Work Program, which is a lay-off aversion program for businesses faced with a reduction in available work. Duration: 2:23
Richard Ollis, CEO of Ollis/Akers/Arney, says there are analogies between being deployed in the military and current events. Ollis says he learned some tricks of the trade during his three, seven …
Chrystal Irons, director of the Missouri Small Business Development Center at Missouri State University, says they have created a landing page of resources for small businesses. The website is …
Sarah Walters, organizational leadership coordinator with Evangel University, says the role of a leader can be tricky. Recognition of leadership skills often comes with many requests for assistance. …
Elizabeth Wente, Partner with Spencer Fane, LLP, says “The Remix,” by Lindsey Pollak is a great tool for managers. She says the book provides perspectives for younger generations and the more …
Buddy Webb, principal architect with Buddy Webb & Co., says though maintaining a staff of primarily licensed architects and those seeking licensure is against the current industry trend, they have …
“It’s much less about being shackled to your desk and more about going, where are you going to do the best work? We trust you’re going to get it done,” says Jordan Morgan, iOS engineer with …