SBA Announces $7.2 Million in PRIME Grants to Help Emerging Micro-Entrepreneurs Gain Access to...

WASHINGTON (Globe Newswire) — Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman, head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, announced a $7.2 million grant award to 38 organizations under the Program for Investment...

Report: Michigan Seniors Want More In-Home Care But Funding is Needed

LANSING (Capital News Service) — Funding for in-home care and other state senior services is not increasing proportionally to the number of seniors in Michigan, according to Melissa Seifert,...

Staffing Expert: Time is the Biggest Recruiting Challenge Facing Companies

Business leaders face a variety of challenges these days. A staffing expert tells Corp! Magazine that time might be the biggest challenge of all.

SBA Calls for Nominations for 2023 National Small Business Week Awards

WASHINGTON (Globe Newswire) — Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman, head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, announced the call for nominations for the 2023 National Small Business Week (NSBW) Awards. The...

Corp! Honors Top Professionals, Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs

Corp! Magazine honors MVPs for their efforts in making Michigan a better place to live and work.

Beaumont Health Names New Chief Operating Officer

Beaumont Health President Dr. Benjamin Schwartz has named Nancy Susick, RN, chief operating officer for acute and post-acute services.In this role, among her responsibilities, she will oversee Beaumont’s hospital...

Grobbel President: Book Describes ‘Pillars’ for Successful Family Businesses

EW Grobbel Sons, Inc., President Jason Grobbel talked about successfully running a family business in the latest episode of LinkedIn Live.

Walmart Strikes Streaming Deal with Paramount

BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Walmart is is adding a new streaming benefit, Walmart+, which will soon be available for members with an added bonus – a Paramount+ Essential subscription at no...

Expert: Twelve Commandments for Family Businesses

Experts say these "commandments" for family businesses have "stood the test of time."

Michigan Gets $52 million from Feds for Infrastructure Projects

Four Michigan infrastructure projects are about to be infused with some $52 million in federal funding provided by the bipartisan infrastructure bill Congress passed last year.

Ford, DTE Energy announce largest renewable energy purchase from a utility in U.S. history

Ford and DTE energy have signed an agreement officials are calling the largest purchase of energyi from a utility in U.S. history.

Expert: ‘Culture of Trust’ Necessary to Deal with Employee Mental Health Challenges

Michelle Dickinson used a Corp! Magazine webinar to talk about myths and solutions surrounding employee mental health challenges.

Companies Offer to Pay Travel Expenses for Women Seeking Abortions in Wake of SCOTUS...

In the wake of the Supreme Court overturning Roe V. Wade, a number of national corporations are offering to pay travel expenses for women seeking an abortion.

CEO to Potential Leaders: ‘Work Hard, Make It Happen, Follow Your Dreams’

In CEO Thought Leadership discussion, Houston CEO says the secret to a good culture is no secret: Treat people right.

West Michigan Diversity Event Spotlights 10 Takeaways for DE&I Strategy

The fledgling West Michigan Diversity Council hosted its first in-person event, a lunch-and-learn centered around DE&I strategy.

Coalition to Back Black Businesses Reaches Milestone Backing Small Business Growth

The Coalition to Back Black Businesses (CBBB), co-founded by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, American Express, and four leading national Black business organizations have reached the halfway point of a...

New Diversity Council Takes the DE&I Conversation to West Michigan

The new West Michigan Diversity Council is designed to help build a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion culture on the state's west side.

Women Are Making Progress, But There’s Still Work To Do

Mary Barra, the first woman CEO of an American automaker, says women are making progress in corporate C-Suites and board rooms, but there's "still work to do."

Women Making Progress in Corporate C-Suites and Board Rooms

Surveys show that women are making progress, albeit slowly, in gaining seats in corporate C-Suites and board rooms.

Biden Waives Solar Panel Tariffs in Effort to Increase Production

Saying that “ensuring a robust, resilient, and sustainable domestic industrial base to meet the requirements of the clean energy economy” is “essential to .. national security,” President Joe Biden...
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