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January 17, 2017
Since 1983, Grand Rapids Business Journal has been West Michigan's primary and most trusted source of local business news. The weekly print edition of the Business Journal, a must-read for the area’s top decision-makers, is known as the business newspaper of metro Grand Rapids, Holland, Muskegon and all of West Michigan.
January 17, 2017
Interphase Interiors wins Best In Class distinction for fifth year in a row.
For Interphase Interiors, 2016 has been a terrific year. The company, which changed hands in 2015, said it logged its best sales year and was one of 30 Haworth dealerships to be awarded the 2016 Best In Class distinction. Read More
Technology allows digital objects to be viewed in physical environment.
Open Systems Technologies (OST) has a giant rocket ship and a purring orange cat sitting in its lobby. Read More
Company intends to sell architectural fixed seating business to Irwin Seating; will focus on transportation seating.
American Seating announced its intentions to exit the fixed seating market, which includes seating for outdoor sports stadiums, auditorium and lecture halls, and performing arts theaters, earlier this month. Read More
WMU Cooley plans to boost legal offerings for underserved populations through education, resource-pooling.
A local law school wants to offer more business and economic resources for minority populations in West Michigan. Read More
One year ago, public discussion in Grand Rapids seemed to have enough momentum to portend promise of affordable housing problem solving, but as the new year begins, developers, lenders and brokers told the Business Journal they’re treading lightly into future — with market rate developments. Read More
Sytsema Funeral & Cremation Services acquired the VanZantwick, Bartels and Kammeraad Funeral Homes in Spring Lake and Grand Haven, following the decision of VBK Funeral Homes owners, Dale VanZantwick, Si Workman and Dean Meyering, to retire. Read More
December often is a slow month for many industrial firms, and December 2016 was no exception. Read More