ARTICLES

Business Journal publishes 'Top Women Owned Businesses'

February 27, 2015
The Business Journal’s March 2 issue will feature a special insert — “Top Women Owned Businesses” — which can also be viewed online. Read More

Street Talk: Run like the wind

March gladness.

February 27, 2015
Today’s front-page story shows Michigan is in the bottom 10 — again — when it comes to the well-being of its residents. Read More

Q&A: Lynn Happel

February 23, 2015
Dr. Lynn Happel graduated from MSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. Read More

Street Talk: MSU’s breakfast of champions

Lobby hobby.

February 20, 2015
Two former White House advisers will tell their war stories at a breakfast event in GR Feb. 27, put on by the MSU Michigan Political Leadership Program. Read More

Street Talk: Bottoms up when it’s cold outside

Knock on WOOD.

February 13, 2015
Last week at the Kent County Board of Commissioners meeting, Commissioner Tom Antor of Sparta introduced a resolution that reveals Kent is a hard-drinkin’ county, indeed. Read More

Q&A: Elissa Hillary

February 9, 2015
Since 2007, Elissa Hillary has served as the executive director of Local First, an entrepreneurial nonprofit working to build a sustainable West Michigan economy. Read More

Street Talk: The food chain

Dogs’ best friend.

February 6, 2015
“Thank you for shopping at Meijer.” Read More

Street Talk: Banks keep reshuffling; Mercantile keeps watching

Secret code.

January 30, 2015
“There’s a lot of M&A activity going on, and especially in Michigan,” notes Mike Price, CEO of Mercantile Bank. Read More

Business Journal publishes 'The Newsmakers of the Year'

January 23, 2015
The Business Journal’s Jan. 26 issue will feature a special insert — “The Newsmakers of the Year” — which can also be viewed online. Read More

Street Talk: Rotarians quiz Kent County Commission chair

Money talks.

January 23, 2015
Dan Koorndyk, chair of the Kent County Board of Commissioners, was a guest of the Rotary Club of Grand Rapids last week to give a short presentation on Kent County government. Read More