Chris Ehrlich

Chris Ehrlich

Chris Ehrlich is online editor of grbj.com. Email Chris at cehrlich at grbj dot com. Follow him on Twitter @Chris_Ehrlich

ARTICLES

GRBJ Podcast: Kurt Graham of Mika Meyers on the OT rule

November 29, 2016
Kurt Graham — an attorney at MIka Meyers — is the featured guest in episode 10 of the GRBJ Podcast. Read More

GRBJ Podcast: Scott Luecht of Two Scotts Barbecue

November 22, 2016
Scott Luecht — co-owner of Two Scotts Barbecue — is the featured guest in episode nine of the GRBJ Podcast. Read More

GRBJ Podcast: John Truscott of Truscott Rossman

November 15, 2016
John Truscott — principal and president of the PR firm Truscott Rossman — is the featured guest in episode eight of the GRBJ Podcast. Read More

GRBJ Podcast: Professor Kevin den Dulk of Calvin College on the election

November 8, 2016
Kevin den Dulk — a professor of political science at Calvin College — is the featured guest in episode seven of the GRBJ Podcast. Read More

GRBJ Podcast: Kent Riddle, president and CEO of Mary Free Bed

November 1, 2016
Kent Riddle — the president and CEO of Mary Free Bed — is the featured guest in episode six of the GRBJ Podcast. Read More

GRBJ Podcast: Greg Carmichael, president and CEO of Fifth Third Bancorp

October 18, 2016
Greg Carmichael — the president and CEO of Fifth Third Bancorp — is the featured guest in episode four of the GRBJ Podcast. Read More

GRBJ Podcast: Recording artist Gavin DeGraw

October 14, 2016
Gavin DeGraw — a singer, songwriter and musician who creates “blue-eyed soul vocals” and “freewheeling melodies” — is the featured guest in episode three of the GRBJ Podcast. Read More

GRBJ Podcast: Sam Cummings of CWD

October 13, 2016
Sam Cummings — managing partner at Grand Rapids-based CWD Real Estate Investment — is the featured guest in episode two of the GRBJ Podcast. Read More

Business Journal launches GRBJ Podcast

October 11, 2016
A new podcast on the Grand Rapids business scene has launched. Read More

Readers rank top 10 stories of 2015

January 8, 2016
The most-read story of 2015 is about a private grocer that begins to open up. Read More