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October 17, 2016
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.
October 17, 2016
Organization working on ways to accommodate more vendors at Rosa Parks Circle despite limited space.
This year, food trucks lined up between the Grand Rapids Art Museum and Rosa Parks Circle during the 19-day ArtPrize event with hopes of generating a strong stream of revenue from attendees of the competition. Read More
Michigan Pain Consultants agrees to be part of FDA trial to develop oral version of drug.
Dr. Mark Gostine, co-founder of Michigan Pain Consultants, said chronic pain and depression go hand in hand, which is why 40 to 50 percent of his practice’s patients are on anti-depressants. Read More
New law going into effect in spring 2017 could increase confusion for taxpayers.
A rash of IRS scams has transpired recently, and two area attorneys said a new law going into effect in spring 2017 could make it harder for taxpayers to know if they are being targeted by a scammer. Read More
Public has opportunity to voice opinions on the proposal as it goes through the city commission approval process.
The Vital Streets Oversight Commission completed work on a Vital Streets draft plan that will go before the Grand Rapids City Commission in November. Read More
Grand Rapids Business Journal reports following new economic investments in suburban cities and townships has been extensive in 2016, and when taken all together, it provides a strong indication of continued growth and economic diversity for the entire region, stretching in every direction. Read More
With the election season in full swing and the country witnessing a few debates, many Americans are questioning exactly what makes a good leader. Read More
Back in the 1970s, I was a “pre-law” political science major at Grand Valley State University. Read More
Attendees can connect directly with food entrepreneurs and learn how to shift their dollars to local sources Oct. 20, when Local First hosts its sixth annual Fork Fest from 5-9 p.m. at Romence Gardens. Read More
As we move into the fourth quarter of 2016, the West Michigan industrial economy continues to expand. Read More