Kellogg Company was the only West Michigan-headquartered company to be named to this year’s list of businesses with the most ethical practices.
Amway, Inforum, Meijer and Spectrum Health are coming together to observe International Women’s Day with a half-day virtual conference.
An entrepreneur and anthropologist from Grand Rapids was included on Forbes’ first list of 1,000 innovators and small business owners “who are redefining what it means to build and run a business amid unprecedented uncertainty.”
A new report shows Grand Rapids had a 5.2% wage growth rate over five years — the 17th-fastest rate among large U.S. metropolitan areas.
Grand Rapids-based Owen-Ames-Kimball Co. announced several new hires.
Trendway added a pair of independent sales rep groups in Ontario and Quebec, continuing its expansion into Canada.
A local diversity, equity and inclusion consulting firm is launching a partner company that will offer international interpretation, translation and multimedia services.
KALAMAZOO — A former high-ranking Republican lawmaker quit Monday as leader of an economic development group in southwestern Michigan, days after his hiring was panned by leaders in the region.
Bodman PLC announced Lindsay M. Cummings, of the Grand Rapids office, was admitted as a member of the firm.
LANSING — In the spring of 2020, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced the Futures for Frontliners program to thank essential workers, but the program also may prove to be an economic asset to communities involved.
The Citizens Business Conditions Index showed a second consecutive quarter of economic gains as optimism fueled by COVID-19 vaccine announcements and increased election certainty began to outweigh concerns about spiking pandemic cases.
Grand Rapids-based law firm Miller Johnson announced David M. Buday was elected as managing member.
A nonprofit foster care program hired a chief engagement and equity officer.
A personal finance website ranked Kalamazoo as one of the top 10 cities for high salaries and low cost of living.
Rockford Construction announced the appointment of Steven Frederickson as vice president, overseeing its health care division.
The Grand Rapids African American Health Institute is now aided by a consultative council intent on growing the nonprofit organization in fighting racial and ethnic health care disparities in West Michigan.
A new report found over half of Grand Rapids workers are employed by small businesses, the ninth-highest percentage among large metros.
Warner Norcross + Judd’s Ojone E. Ameadaji and Barnes & Thornburg's Erika Weiss were named to the 2020 Hot List by Lawyers of Color, a nonprofit organization that promotes diversity in the legal profession and advances democracy and equality in marginalized communities.
The local branch of Express Employment Professionals will host a skilled trades job fair this week on behalf of more than 50 West Michigan employers.
Varnum LLP welcomed Patrick J. Reid to serve as its executive director.