October 10

Bank pays $18M settlement for lending discrimination

A bank with a large presence in the region has agreed to pay an $18-million settlement to resolve allegations that it engaged in a pattern or practice of discrimination against African-American and Hispanic borrowers in ... Read More

$16M Grand Rapids apartment building opens leasing

A $16-million apartment complex in Grand Rapids is opening up leasing and hosting an open house this month. Read More

Health system plans to move up to 500 workers downtown

A health system is planning to move up to 500 employees into downtown to consolidate part of its local workforce. Read More

Faith-based nonprofit names board members

A local faith-based nonprofit that serves the region has appointed several new members to its board. Read More

Chambers name lakeshore ATHENA winners

More than 20 women have been recognized for their efforts along the lakeshore. Read More

Grand Rapids Triathlon secures national championship status

The Grand Rapids area will host another national championship. Read More

Attorney general authors 'Big Lessons from a Small Town'

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has published a book where he shares a number of life lessons he’s learned over the years. Read More

Rare sneaker store steps into downtown

A store dedicated to collectible sneakers and baseball hats has opened downtown. Read More

YWCA names Tribute winners

West Michigan is full of amazing women who can be celebrated. Read More

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GRBJ The Newsmakers of the Year   The Newsmakers
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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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To continue growth, the foundation of success must be understood

Newcomers and even long-time Grand Rapids residents often react to the city’s growth and new building plans as though these budding community icons simply popped out of the ground — while they were looking or paying attention.

Letter: Behavioral health care: We can do better than this

Editor: Imagine that your 19-year-old son is having an acute mental health crisis that requires hospitalization.

Succession planning: the first step to transferring ownership

It is no secret the odds are stacked against closely held business owners when it comes to successfully transitioning their businesses from one generation to the next.
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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.