February 7

Wolverine Worldwide re-organizes brands and leadership

Wolverine Worldwide has a new "brand operating group structure" and has named several executives to lead its groups. Read More

Grocery store chain schedules opening

A grocer has marked when it plans to open its first store in the region. Read More

Downtown highrise apartment project breaks ground

Construction has begun on a highrise apartment complex downtown that will stand alongside an entertainment complex and beer garden. Read More

Furniture maker signs 12-year agreement for wind power

A global furniture maker has inked a 12-year power purchase agreement for wind energy. Read More

Brewery opens out-of-state distribution

A growing brewery in the area is gearing up to ship its beer outside of Michigan for the first time. Read More

Ad agency exec talks Super Bowl

The price tag for a 30-second Super Bowl ad this year is $5 million, and advertisers are competing to reach the estimated 114.4 million American adults who will watch the game on Sunday — with at least half tuning in “as much or more for the commercials as for the game.” Read More

Hotelier plans hotel near mall

A new hotel could be going up near a mall in the area. Read More

Snyder appoints judge to 61st District Court

Governor Rick Snyder has appointed a new judge to the 61st District Court in Grand Rapids. Read More

Lakeshore township lands 158 acres

A lakeshore township has picked up 158 acres of land after an acquisition and a donation. Read More

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Education levels, pay rates haunt region’s future

Grand Rapids Business Journal has called attention to incongruities in the Greater Grand Rapids market that are likely to create issues in the near future.

For some, new legislation offers a PATH to lower taxes

Washington has adopted a tradition in recent years of allowing certain tax provisions to expire and then renewing them for a short period.

Watch for action on China, ISIS and oil prices

Congress completed its 2015 business the week before Christmas and headed home.
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