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Inside Track: Judo inspires Grand Rapids lawyer in and out of court

Eric Richards went to law school by default after being unable to get a job with a history degree.

September 19, 2014
Whether he’s defending a client inside a courtroom or slamming an opponent on a judo mat, one thing about Eric Richards remains consistent. Read More

Wheel maker drives into market with 300 jobs

September 17, 2014
A subsidiary of a Chinese wheel maker is planning to enter the state by opening a $140-million plant in the region and creating 300 jobs. Read More

Auto supplier plans up to 620 jobs

September 17, 2014
A supplier of carbon fiber parts to the auto industry is planning to bring up to 620 jobs to the area. Read More

Working Mother names food maker one of '100 Best Companies'

September 17, 2014
Working Mother’s "100 Best Companies" is highlighting a food maker in the region and two companies on the state’s east side that are implementing progressive standards to support women in the corporate arena. Read More

Grand Rapids suburb ranks as 'most-educated town' in state

September 17, 2014
Business Insider has been publishing reports from the federal government’s American Community Survey and recently ranked a Grand Rapids suburb the “most-educated town” in Michigan. Read More

Cascade Engineering CEO steps down

September 16, 2014
After four decades at the helm, Cascade Engineering’s founder and CEO has announced he will be stepping down. Read More

Recruiting network acquires East Coast reach

September 16, 2014
A recruiting network with a global reach is expanding its presence on the East Coast through an acquisition. Read More

Auto supplier hosts job fair for 40 openings

September 15, 2014
An auto supplier is hosting a job fair this week to fill 40 high-tech positions. Read More

Wolverine Worldwide names brand presidents

September 15, 2014
Wolverine Worldwide has named two new leaders of its Sperry Top-Sider and Keds brands. Read More

New food defense coordinators certified at Columbian Logistics

They are trained to handle crisis situations at food production facilities.

September 12, 2014
Columbian Logistics Network Supervisor Brian Price and Operations Manager Richard Schultz are now Certified Food Defense Coordinators through the American Institute of Baking, according to Columbian. Read More