Street Talk: Shelby fruit business makes Financial Times

A reader in Oceana County mentioned a couple of months ago that Chinese investors were rumored to be buying Peterson Farms in Shelby.When Earl...

Street Talk: New Meijer office building is clearly intriguing

Intriguing — and perhaps somewhat mysterious — is how some may view the new two-story office building at the Meijer corporate complex in Walker.Imagine...

Mysteries of the pyramid are revealed

The news of the $19.5 million price tag on the Steelcase pyramid in Gaines Township wasn’t on the street very long before the Business...

Street Talk: Is Michigan a hotbed for medical devices?

For years now, part of the mantra associated with the medical industry in the Grand Rapids region has been the goal of turning West...

Street Talk: West Side Meijer taking shape

Meijer’s Bridge Street Market has been a hot topic of discussion among the many developments on Grand Rapids’ West Side.During the International Council of...

Street Talk: Muskegon makes listening a top priority

A pandemic with stay-at-home orders, online classrooms, virtual public meetings, cancelled community events, shuttered businesses and unprecedented election-year discord has left a relationship void between Muskegon citizens and their elected officials.

Street Talk: MLive or dead, it’s still a shame

Our condolences go out to the hard-working journalists at MLive Media Group who will count 2014 as their last year with the digital content...

Street Talk: Benteler Automotive closing Hall Street plant early next year

Benteler Automotive is announcing plans to close its manufacturing plant located at 320 Hall Street in Grand Rapids. Current plans are for the facility...

Street Talk: Hill no longer home to some great minds

The Van Andel Institute has been able to bring some of the biggest names in scientific research to the home of Hope on the...

Street Talk: Start Garden’s fresh start

Start Garden has spun itself off.The entrepreneurial ecosystem has spun off its venture capital fund into Wakestream Ventures, a private entity that will continue...

Street Talk: Casino scratches its seven-year itch

The Gun Lake Tribe is a patient bunch.Dating back to hundreds of years of land disputes and, more recently, to sovereign-nation status and, very...

Street Talk: Judge not, lest ye be the judge

With the imminent departure of Steven Servaas from the 63rd District Court bench — following a 41-year career, he will not seek re-election —...

Street Talk: When it comes to restaurants, look before you eat

It may not be as glitzy as the Emmys or the Oscars, but it has more impact locally than either of those events.The Kent...

Street Talk: Welcome to the shark tank, kids

If you’ve ever seen the ABC show “Shark Tank,” you know how nervous the would-be entrepreneurs are when making their presentations to potential business...

Street Talk: Law firms in flux

Mergers and acquisitions are persistent big news throughout the business world — and that includes the world of law firms. Literally, the world.A couple...

Street Talk: DeVoses toast new venture

The DeVos family officially owns a West Michigan hard cider company.The Business Journal reported in January that RC Investors, made up of Dick DeVos,...

Street Talk: What do you want to B? Good examples abound

Imagine working for a business that wants to improve your quality of life and increase the power of your impact outside the workplace —...

Street Talk: They would have been pleased with some coal

The Grinch who stole Christmas 2013 from hundreds of thousands of Michiganders has been identified: It was Mother Nature.“We have never had a storm...

Street Talk: This land is your land

Rockford-based Byrne Electrical, a manufacturer of power products, is putting its weight behind its stated mission of “making connections” by supporting six employees so far this year through the process of earning U.S. citizenship.

Street Talk: Home for Thanksgiving takes on new meaning

Kids’ Food Basket (KFB) is partnering with Mel Trotter Ministries (MTM) to bring a healthy and nutritious Thanksgiving meal to Kent County families in need.

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