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Seating maker names fourth-generation CEO

June 30, 2015
A 107-year-old seating maker is undergoing a leadership change this week, as the family owned business welcomes a fourth-generation leader to the helm. Read More

Communications firm enters market

June 30, 2015
An East Lansing advocacy communications firm is expanding into Grand Rapids with a new downtown location. Read More

Q&A: Sara Julius

June 30, 2015
Sara Julius is a managing partner and the chief enforcer of New Year’s resolutions at Edify North, an employee benefits consulting firm. Read More

Cornerstone University names EVP of academics

June 29, 2015
A man with more than 28 years of experience in higher education is the new executive vice president for academics at Cornerstone University and dean of its Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. Read More

Inside Track: Kelly helps underdogs to become achievers

Recognizing rock bottom propels single mom to new professional heights.

June 26, 2015
Katie Kelly had hit rock bottom. Read More

Joint liability found in H2A grower/contractor relationship

When there are problems, DOL frequently goes after both parties.

June 26, 2015
While working with an H2A labor contractor to obtain foreign migrant workers can be beneficial for growers in terms of easing costs and liability, it doesn’t waylay all risks for the grower, particularly if the labor contractor isn’t following all of the rules and regulations outlined by the U.S. Department of Labor. Read More

Auto supplier invests $25M in plant

June 26, 2015
A maker of lithium-ion batteries for the auto industry plans to invest $25 million in its plant in the region and host a job fair on Tuesday. Read More

Gov. Snyder: Michigan will 'fully comply' with gay marriage

June 26, 2015
Governor Rick Snyder has pledged to “fully comply” with a U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage nationwide and urged Michigan residents to embrace the state's diversity by treating everyone with respect. Read More

State names acting VP for 'Pure Michigan'

June 26, 2015
The vice president at Travel Michigan has resigned after six months into the role, and the organization has named an acting VP. Read More

Catholic Charities names director of philanthropy and communications

June 25, 2015
A long-time journalist in the region and state with board-level nonprofit experience is the new director of philanthropy and communications at Catholic Charities of West Michigan. Read More