SAE World Congress remains premier ‘face to face’ opportunity for those influencing vehicles we’ll be driving years from now.
Grand Rapids-based The Right Place celebrates 30 years of building West Michigan
The word “culture” can be a turn-off for executives and leaders. It may conjure images of unattainable workspaces—pingpong tables, in-house boot camp classes, Google-esque warehouses filled with employees at makeshift desks.
Ninety percent of startups fail and with entrepreneurship at an all-time high, the competition has never been fiercer. While this is grim, entrepreneurs can find a little bit of comfort in knowing that their chances of success get incrementally higher with each business undertaken.
As the weather heats up and summer arrives, don’t make the mistake of letting your team and your business cool down.
It was a freedom she’d long forgotten. But when Johannah Jelks pedaled her bicycle around the streets of Grand Rapids for the first time since childhood, she felt alive again.
For inventors, lasting returns come from understanding the complexities of the law
Global powerhouse brings together divisions, customers in Grand Rapids
The past year has been monumental for Essence Restaurant Group: It celebrated its 20th anniversary, announced it was adding a fourth property to its roster and dived deeply into its longtime commitment to sustainability. After all, this is a company that proudly brags it was “Green Before Green Was Cool.”
New DowDuPont would reshape chemical, agriculture industries.
The Spare the Air Employer Program helps Bay Area businesses get their employees to work through carpooling, transit and biking. Save by reducing payroll taxes for each participating employee. Commuter benefits improve employee morale and productivity. Employees save up to 40% on transit and vanpool expenses using pre-tax dollars. Biking or walking to work is healthier, reducing insurance claims and sick leave.
A company’s best defense against a cyber attack is not its technology, but its people.
How ITC is transforming power infrastructure with an eye toward renewables and regional needs.
Badger tracking app and a smartphone helps keep tabs on shipments from start to finish.
Understanding the H-1B debate is no comfort to those whose lives hang in the balance: American IT workers and H-1B visa workers. Both groups sit at the center of the storm with little power to do much more than hang on.
Winners of this year’s DiSciTech Awards presented by Corp! magazine are tangible and plentiful proof of thriving high-tech operations in Michigan.
The issues behind proposals to change auto insurance in Michigan go far beyond the raging debate over the benefits and risks of D-Insurance, a plan proposed by Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan. The state has the nation’s highest auto insurance costs and medical benefits.
Chris-Tia Donaldson has built her hair and skin care company tgin (Thank God It’s Natural) into a national, growing brand. The products are geared toward women and men who choose to use natural ingredients.
Growth of an aquaculture industry in Michigan, could, under ideal circumstances, reach $1 billion in economic value by 2025. Proponents and opponents of efforts to increase fish farming in the Great Lakes take sides as the debate grows.
In 2015, Major League Soccer matches boasted an average 21,574 spectators, the highest attendance in its history and the third-highest in professional sports. Reports now put the average value of a MLS franchise at $157 million, 50 percent higher than it was just two years ago.
It’s one of the largest and most prestigious car shows in the world. Now entering its 28th year, the 2016 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) is set to return to Cobo Center in mid-January. Last year, the auto show attracted 808,775 people during its run, which included the Industry Preview days, the Charity Preview […]
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