Posts Tagged 'Ozarks'

Mueller and the ties that bind

Brian Brown, ReporterI’ve covered death before.

Being a business reporter means covering the news business professionals care most about, and sometimes that involves write-ups following the death of a leader. Continue reading ‘Mueller and the ties that bind’

Dynamic Earth sale presents case study for when and how

Eric Olson, SBJ EditorMatt O’Reilly presents a good case study for knowing when and how to sell a business. Continue reading ‘Dynamic Earth sale presents case study for when and how’

Dynamic Dozen companies showcase Ozarks’ spirit

Emily Letterman, Features Editor

Walking away from last night’s Springfield Business Journal Dynamic Dozen event, I left with a sense of pride in our community and the feeling everything was going to be OK.

Honoring six individuals and the 12 fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks, the event aims to salute business progress and spurs on healthy competition as we count down to the No. 1 company. But more than the awards, it was the words of the honorees that struck me.

In a recession, growth is rare, but it’s not unheard of. The men and women who took the stage at the DoubleTree Hotel last night know that. They know you can achieve anything if you set your mind to it and they know how hard they worked to achieve their goals. Continue reading ‘Dynamic Dozen companies showcase Ozarks’ spirit’

Chateau developer brings high-tech background to the Ozarks

Brian Brown, Reporter
It’s easy to focus on the technology behind the fourth largest residence in the U.S., especially when that project is a fortress-like structure being designed to withstand an EF-5 tornado. Continue reading ‘Chateau developer brings high-tech background to the Ozarks’

Don’t smoke ’em if you got ’em

Brian Brown, ReporterThere are few water-cooler topics in Springfield offices right now more divisive than the smoking ban, which will be enforced by the Springfield-Greene County Health Department beginning June 11. Continue reading ‘Don’t smoke ’em if you got ’em’

Ozarks link to $178M loan sale

Jennifer Muzinic, SBJ ReporterBank of America is hoping to sell a $178 million loan, and the development for which the loan was issued is linked to Springfield-based franchisor Andy’s Frozen Custard.
Continue reading ‘Ozarks link to $178M loan sale’

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