March 31

Law firm travels south for merger

A law firm with a statewide presence will grow by 118 attorneys come May 1, thanks to a merger with a Texas firm. Read More

Tourism ROI continues at record pace

Visitor spending reached record levels in 2014, with visitors spending $22.8 billion in Michigan, much of that due to the Pure Michigan campaign. Read More

Brewery sells to Colorado company

A growing craft brewery that distributes in Michigan has been purchased by a brewery with an international distribution footprint. Read More

Packaged-water company partners on goal to plant one million trees

A packaged-water company has partnered with the National Forest Foundation to help it reach its goal to plant one million trees by 2020. Read More
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PR firm wins Peak Resorts account

A public relations firm will provide investor relations services to a Nasdaq-listed company that operates 13 ski resorts across the country. Read More
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Health system hires surgical director

A health care system has hired a surgeon from Germany to lead its heart and lung transplant program. Read More
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Cooley Law School names board members

A judge and a businessman have been elected to the board of directors at the Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Read More
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Grand Rapids receives $1M for biomedical research center

The state said that Grand Rapids is getting $1 million to help clean up the site of Michigan State University's planned $85.1-million biomedical research center downtown. Read More
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Opinion

Both public and private river development use served by city action

Grand Rapids city commissioners approved what amounts to a giant step toward Grand River development for recreational use, even as some business owners in the development community and its supporting occupations regard the action as a public entity intrusion for prime property enhancements, providing an equally enhanced tax base.
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Facebook feature lets you name an ‘heir’ on account

As our lives become increasingly digital, more and more of our assets are based in technology and created online.
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Knowledge is required for, but not a guarantee of, success

We are told from an early age that knowledge is the key to success: If we learn, we will achieve. If we set our sights high when establishing our goals and objectives and work hard to equip ourselves with the knowledge to accomplish our goals, great things will happen.
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