April 13, 2020
The Academy of Coastal, Ocean, Port and Navigation Engineers (ACOPNE), a national board-certifying agency, has appointed St. Joseph-based Edgewater Resources President Greg Weykamp as public trustee to the board.
A local attorney recently shared guidance on the resources available for small businesses in the CARES Act stimulus package and recommended entrepreneurs keep a close eye on the news and consult their legal counsel as further assistance potentially emerges.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) With the cancelation of in-person classes, educational institutions now have to completely rely on online learning, but one local university is trying something new.
BLS report indicates leisure/hospitality was hardest-hit sector, followed by declines in all major industries.
Consumers no longer buy goods and services. They buy relationships.
The Grand Rapids Downtown Development Authority has outlined its budget priorities for the 2021 fiscal year.
West Michigan manufacturers are playing a firsthand role in an emergency production effort reminiscent of the mass mobilization that took place during World War II.
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Modern problems require modern solutions, which then lead to more problems.
The 24-story City Tower promised to be Wheeler Development Group’s next flagship project, but now COVID-19 and the ensuing shelter-in-place order for the state of Michigan has put the project on ice as the developers examine the next steps.
Through a series of twists and turns, Jeff Poole found his way to the world of private education, building Fusion Academy from a small private school in California to 60 schools across the county.
While Michigan residents have been urged to stay home and stay safe, staying safe at home has taken a broader meaning for the Healthy Homes Coalition of West Michigan.
International work disruptions are not the norm and, when they happen, they can feel paralyzing.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is one step closer to a goal she laid out for Michigan last year.
Isabel Lopez-Slattery started her photography business during college when she was having a difficult time finding work due to her then-undocumented status.
Our team has been working around the clock to keep a pulse on the needs of our business community in these challenging times.
The trucking industry has experienced a wave of ups and downs during the last two years, but despite that, one freight company has been weathering the storm.
Title companies still are closing deals even though COVID-19 has slowed real estate transactions to a crawl.
When John Walsh became president and CEO of the Michigan Manufacturers Association, his vision was to build a new member-driven strategic plan and expand the association’s insurance offerings — but like leaders everywhere, he switched to damage control mode when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.