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Meijer wins Employer of the Year title from disability advocate

April 23, 2014
An advocate for people with disabilities believes there was no better employer this past year than Meijer. Read More

Whirlpool renews partnership with nonprofit

April 23, 2014
Whirlpool is renewing its longstanding partnership with a housing nonprofit. Read More

LaughFest reports proceeds

April 22, 2014
The final numbers are in for Gilda’s LaughFest. Read More

Foundation honors women for achievements and courage

Five leaders will be recognized for how they influenced their surroundings.

April 18, 2014
Five West Michigan women are being recognized this week for their business leadership and other contributions at an annual event. Read More

University wins third consecutive project management competition

April 15, 2014
A team of students claimed first place at a project management competition on Monday — and picked up the third consecutive win for their university. Read More

Local First overhauls sustainability conference

April 15, 2014
Local First is changing the format of its annual sustainability conference. Read More

TEDxGrandRapids reveals speakers

April 14, 2014
Entrepreneurs, designers and the founder of TED are just some of the talented people who will be joining the Grand Rapids community this spring for the TEDxGrandRapids conference. Read More

Lakeshore Advantage names president

April 10, 2014
The nonprofit promoting economic development in Ottawa County has named a new president. Read More

Art.Downtown maps exhibits

April 9, 2014
Downtown Grand Rapids will receive a splash of fresh art this Friday. Read More

BLM updates strategic plan

The Michigan Turnaround Plan will emphasize three steps instead of six.

April 4, 2014
Almost five years after the launch of the Michigan Turnaround Plan by the Business Leaders for Michigan, the statewide organization of top executives from 80 leading companies and universities is unveiling a change in strategy to continue the state’s progress toward more jobs, higher incomes and a healthier economy. Read More