Grand Rapids Business Journal
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June 24, 2019
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.
June 24, 2019
Spectrum Health has accommodated out-of-state patients at the house since 1999.
When a family member of Peter and Patricia Renucci needed health care services out of state, their family was able to stay near the patient’s side through accommodations at a hospitality house. Read More
Childhood memory motivates CMO of Metro Health – University of Michigan Health to improve patient care at every level.
Dr. Ronald Grifka keeps every letter and gift he receives from his pediatric cardiology patients. He has a folder full of letters he’s received from patients over the years, and the wall in his office is covered with framed mementos. Read More
Lakeshore Advantage is putting into practice lessons learned from TPM Academy.
Going back to “school” has been beneficial for Lakeshore Advantage. Read More
WMSBF reports financials, highlights member efforts relating to climate change, circular economy and equity.
A sustainability nonprofit last week reported a year of progress toward strategic goals and shined a spotlight on three member organizations excelling at the triple bottom line. Read More
Upgrades near Muskegon should increase walleye fingerling production by 300,000, save 108 hours of yearly labor costs.
Upgrades funded by Consumers Energy will help the Muskegon River Walleye Pond produce 300,000 more walleye yearly for anglers and reduce expenses to operate the Michigan Department of Natural Resources facility. Read More
Summer is officially underway, and for many of us, summertime is associated with fun, excitement and happiness. Read More
Aquinas College tapped Syracuse, New York, native Erin Craig as its vice president for enrollment management. Read More
As the second half of the year begins, over 82% of employers report they are actively hiring for open positions. However, 80% of those employers are having trouble finding candidates, with 70% reporting a skills shortage, according to a survey released June 18 by Chicago-based global outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas. Read More