Trends, products and advances
The Hub connects customers’ bank accounts to five tools designed to help them spend responsibly.
Long gone are the days of paper bill calendars and check registers for most people. In their place, more banks are debuting cutting-edge digital options. Read More
A manufacturer in the area will supply dimmable windows for a Boeing passenger airplane that’s under development. Read More
Technology offers less invasive procedure, quicker recovery time for patients.
Dr. Derick Johnson personally performed 450 joint replacement surgeries last year for Holland Hospital. Read More
Muskegon County ordered to pay $228K in damages after peremptory ending of contract.
After a two-year legal battle, a Lansing circuit court judge cleared the name of Ryan Leestma and his IT consulting business, Information Systems Intelligence LLC, finding Muskegon County liable for breaching its contractual obligations. Read More
Grand Rapids has been ranked the 51st “best metro” for professionals in STEM occupations. Read More
Military veteran’s security company now working with public, private clients.
While Battle Creek is mapping out a strategy to draw manufacturers of large military drones, one of the smaller players in West Michigan’s drone space is outlining the finer details and drawing on both military and civilian expertise. Read More
The McCahill Group’s SparkJoy Wellness platform can be used by employers with fewer than five workers.
A new year often brings with it new health and fitness resolutions. But those fall by the wayside for many people within a few months — or weeks. Read More