Items Tagged with 'Newsmaker'

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Business Journal names Newsmaker nominees

December 11, 2014
The more, the merrier, right? Read More

Business Journal names 2013 Newsmakers of the Year

January 29, 2014
Who were West Michigan’s top newsmakers in 2013? Read More

West Michigan’s economy rebounds in 2013

December 27, 2013
West Michigan’s economic fortunes took a turn for the better—finally!—with some hard work and fiscal perseverance on the part of many business leaders throughout the region. Read More

Business Journal's Impact Award winner is off to a good start

December 23, 2013
Look into the future and what do you see? Read More

Business Journal's Newsmaker nominees shape West Michigan

December 9, 2013
Who made news in West Michigan this year? Read More

Newsmaker of the Year: Downtown Market

January 21, 2013
The numbers keep rolling around and refuse to go away: $775 million and 1,300. Read More

Collectively, Newsmakers’ impact is impressive

January 18, 2013
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) The annual compilation of the top economic stories of the previous year has provided the region with a concise picture of activity impacting the local economy with the greatest effect. Read More

Newsmaker: Argonne lab taps Johnson Controls for battery development

January 18, 2013
West Michigan — already an important area in the state for electrical vehicle battery production — accepted an expanded role in advanced battery research with the news from the Department of Energy in late 2012 that a new $120 million multi state research effort led by Argonne National Laboratory will include Johnson Controls in Holland. Read More

Newsmaker: Auto suppliers drive manufacturing reversal

January 17, 2013
The staggering drop in new, light-vehicle sales in North America that began in 2008 put Michigan squarely in the crosshairs of the Great Recession. Read More

Newsmaker: Kent County Land Bank Authority sells foreclosed properties

January 16, 2013
To say that 2012 was an interesting year for the Kent County Land Bank Authority would be an understatement. Read More