October 3

Brewery taps into expansion

A brewery in the region has begun a long-needed expansion. Read More

New York developer plans $36M apartment building downtown

There’s a new mixed-use project in the works that could bring more apartments to downtown Grand Rapids. Read More

Brewery settles trademark dispute

A brewery says its trademark battle with an electronic-dance group has “reached its conclusion.” Read More

DeVos family ranks among 'Top Givers' in US

Some of the most-generous people in America hail from West Michigan. Read More

Meijer names president

Meijer has named its seventh president in its 81-year history. Read More

West Michigan housing markets rank among top-10 healthiest in US

Three housing markets in West Michigan are considered to be among the top-10 healthiest in the country. Read More

Private equity firm named finalist for national Firm of the Year

A private equity firm is a finalist for the National Private Equity Firm of the Year award from an organization dedicated to the M&A industry. Read More

Faith-based nonprofit names CFO

A local faith-based nonprofit that serves the region has a new chief financial officer. Read More

X-Rite launches next light booth for color evaluation

A color-management company is rolling out its next light booth to help companies, including commercial printers, simulate and evaluate colors under a range of lighting conditions. Read More

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2015 Book of Lists

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Special Publications

GRBJ The Newsmakers of the Year   The Newsmakers
of the Year
Who made news in 2014?
See profiles of our Newsmaker finalists and Impact Award winner.
40 Under Forty 2014   40 Under 
Forty 2014
Meet Grand Rapids Business Journal's 2014 40 Under Forty honorees and prepare to be inspired.
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Negotiations with Chinese leaders have direct impact on West Michigan, state

While the start of ArtPrize held center stage last week, the arrival of Chinese President Xi Jinping for a meeting of tech executives in Seattle and political meetings in Washington, D.C, did not escape the attention of West Michigan business owners.

Letter: Liquor license story paints inaccurate picture

Editor: I was deeply disappointed — and frankly dismayed — by the story “Liquor license quest overcomes challenges” (Business Journal, Sept. 11, 2015, page 1).

Big changes are coming to Michigan's garnishment laws

On Oct. 1, 2015, thanks to recent changes in the law, there will be several big changes to Michigan's periodic garnishment process.
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GRM June 2015   Grand Rapids Magazine

Grand Rapids Magazine is a celebration of all the people, places, art and industry that make this one grand place to live work and play.


  Blue 2015 Summer   Michigan Blue Magazine

Michigan BLUE is a lifestyle magazine that’s targeted at those with an affinity for life lived on water and the riches that living in Michigan brings.