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Mi-Hae Kim

Law firm hires its 'most diverse' attorney class

A statewide law firm has hired five new local attorneys who make up the “most diverse” class in its history. Read More

James Brady

Inside Track: Brady is a lawyer by trade, but a volunteer by choice

If you ask Jim Brady about his community involvement, be ready for a long list. Read More

Two towers are on tap downtown

With Warner Norcross & Judd slated as its anchor tenant, a new two-tower development is planned to change the skyline of downtown Grand Rapids. Read More

Labor agreements enter county’s approval process

Three expiring labor agreements have entered the approval process with Kent County. Read More

Opponents say energy bills would benefit utility companies

LANSING — A pair of Senate bills would shift the state’s focus away from renewable energy to the benefit of large utility companies — and Michigan’s budding renewable market could be left out in the cold, according to opponents like the Sierra Club. Read More

MDOT highway funding

Snyder signs road-spending bills with tax increases

ALAIEDON TOWNSHIP — Governor Rick Snyder has signed a road-spending package into law that includes the first increase in decades in Michigan's fuel tax and vehicle registration fees, a move designed to address the deteriorating highways, roads and bridges across the state. Read More

SEC adopts new rules for crowdfunding

By the end of January, startups and small businesses will have an additional means for raising capital. Read More

Minority-owned firms face transition challenges

Owners of certified minority-, women-, LGBT- or veteran-owned businesses have a few unique considerations to think about when it comes to planning for their company’s prosperous future. Read More


Five years of frustration

America is now five years into the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as the Affordable Care Act. Read More

Thinking about an acquisition? Discard the rose-colored glasses

Like many things in life, beauty is typically in the eye of the beholder for business acquisitions, so it helps to have a good pair of clear glasses to help one see. Read More

Judge sentences developer for $8M fraud

A man responsible for an $8-million title insurance fraud scheme has been handed his sentence. Read More

Public Record

Nov. 13 — Mortgages Read More

Public Record

Nov. 6 — Mortgages Read More