February 13

Law firm sells office building

A local law firm has sold its building. Read More

Developer plans apartment building on riverfront

Another riverfront development could be going up in Grand Rapids. Read More

Breton South attracts upscale national retailer

A culinary-focused retailer that’s new to West Michigan will be setting up shop in Grand Rapids. Read More

Grand Rapids city attorney resigns

The attorney for the city of Grand Rapids has announced her resignation. Read More

Health system foundation names board members

The foundation of a local health care system has elected a new member to its board and re-elected two other members. Read More

Emergency department rates among fastest in US

The emergency department at a local hospital has one of the lowest “door-to-diagnosis” wait times in the country. Read More

College auctions surplus inventory

A community college in the region is auctioning excess inventory after acquiring three urban buildings. Read More

Transformer maker acquires company

A manufacturer in the region is nearly doubling in size and capability after acquiring a company on the East Coast. Read More

Commercial realtors name annual award winners

West Michigan now knows its top commercial realtors from 2015. Read More

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GRBJ The Newsmakers of the Year   The Newsmakers
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See profiles of our Newsmaker finalists.
40 Under Forty 2015   40 Under 
Forty 2015
Meet Grand Rapids Business Journal's 2015 40 Under Forty honorees and prepare to be inspired.
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Can Grand Rapids taxpayers afford utopia?

Grand Rapids Mayor Rosalynn Bliss set an optimistic tone in her first State of the City speech, including visions of a utopia unbridled by any budget constraints or concerns.

PPT reform: Three exemptions and new tax could equal savings

If you do the math, changes to Michigan’s personal property tax could add up to new savings for most business taxpayers.

Effective performance: defining the ‘big picture’

A former partner sent me an article from The New York Times that discussed how social media is changing how employees feel about their jobs and their on-the-job practices, as well as addressing retention and other recruiting matters.
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GRM June 2015   Grand Rapids Magazine

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