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National Labor Relations Board decision targets Facebook ‘likes’

What it boils down to is whether social media conversations are protected activities.

September 12, 2014
The National Labor Relations Board recently upheld its view of social media conversations, including clicking the “like” button, as the equivalent of water cooler talk. Read More

Universal Forest picks winner of $20K 'Desperate Deck' contest

August 25, 2014
A woman with a “Desperate Deck” is getting a $20,000 deck makeover. Read More

Whirlpool calls for 'fridgies'

May 16, 2014
Whirlpool wants to know what’s in your fridge. Read More

Hudsonville Ice Cream finds flavor on social media

November 8, 2013
Hudsonville Ice Cream’s fall flavors have a taste of social media. Read More

Using Instagram is not an option; it’s an opportunity

August 23, 2013
Question: Why did Facebook pay $1 billion for Instagram? Read More

What can employers ask about social media profiles?

August 16, 2013
To the frequent Facebook user, the experience is quite common. Read More

‘Like me!’ Why should I like you? I have no idea!

August 16, 2013
If you can remember that far back in Facebook history (2007), it started as a “fan” page. Read More

Grand Rapids Home for Veterans wants your vote for $250K prize

May 21, 2013
A quarter of a million dollars is on the line for Grand Rapids — and no, we’re not talking about lottery winnings. Read More

Plaza Towers marks move-back-in date after Grand River flood

May 3, 2013
Next Wednesday is the day building officials hope Plaza Towers residents can finally go home. Read More

Employers: Don’t ‘friend’ employees

February 1, 2013
The Internet Privacy Protections Act, signed into law by Gov. Rick Snyder in December, is not sweeping legislation in the area of Internet privacy, but it does clarify a few things for employers and employees. Read More