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Anthony Chan will be in Grand Rapids this week to talk to private clients.
The global economy ultimately affects individuals — especially high-net-worth individuals whose personal wealth and business capital is subject to constant economic changes on the other side of the globe, as well as the other side of Michigan. Read More
Last year Michigan merchants took in $172 million in commissions.
The state government’s plan to start online sales of Michigan lottery tickets has triggered ethics debates in the Legislature and complaints from behind the counter of thousands of convenience, liquor and grocery stores from Detroit to Ironwood. Read More
As national chains increasingly focus on Michigan as a destination, ground leasing is gaining in popularity — but landowners and tenants both need to be cautious before entering into a deal. Read More
Residents and business owners throughout the Grand Valley region likely may have reflected recently on Michigan’s nickname “water wonderland,” but the beauty of a land surrounded by the world’s largest bodies of fresh water is given depth of meaning by the people who live here. Read More
Catch-22 leaves them without help for either malady.
LANSING — Unpredictable behavior, irrationality, confusion, loss of control: all are symptoms of mental illness and signs of drug abuse. Read More
LANSING — Despite a declining prison population, the average Michigan prisoner is spending more time behind bars — at significant taxpayer expense. Read More
LANSING — Michigan retailers’ forecasts for spring sales slipped, following a drop in their February sales. Read More