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Firms, legislation, trends and awards
Businesses are still determining uses for unmanned aerial vehicles.
LANSING — Seems like every day we’re hearing something new about drones, whether it’s military use of drones overseas, Amazon floating the idea of creating a drone delivery system, journalists using drones to report stories — or even just a neighbor down the street who bought a drone for fun. Read More
(Watch for this story Monday morning on WZZM TV 13) More and more often, campaigning politicians are making stops at small alcohol producers, recognizing their contribution to the nation’s economy. Read More
The contractor essentially hires his own migrant crew, which is used by several farms.
In just a few months Michigan farmers’ fields will be brimming with crops that need to be picked, and farmers will once again face the challenge of finding enough workers to harvest all those colorful fruits and vegetables. Read More
A felony charge brought against the owner of Zeeland Township construction firm Black River Builders by the Michigan Attorney General’s office was dismissed by a Kent County judge in late May. Read More
Businesses may think that they only need to adopt information technology policies and procedures where they are required to do so by law. However, it is a far better practice to proactively adopt IT policies and procedures to protect your business, even where you are not required to do so. Read More
A settlement has been reached in a federal wrongful death lawsuit by the family of one of two young people who died at a dairy farm in the region. Read More