Region’s Top Young Professionals Honored at Chamber Event

Ten young professionals in the Greater Lansing region were recently recognized at the 10 Over the Next Ten awards, presented by the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce and Grand River Connection. The event at the University Club of Michigan State University recognized the area’s young movers and shakers who are expected to contribute to the […]

Don’t Take the Bait

Phishing attacks put companies, customers at risk   In today’s digital age, cyberattacks seem to be very common, and that can make them very dangerous to both businesses as well as their customers. One of the ways the cybercriminal are getting more sophisticated is via a practice known as phishing. Phishing is a fraudulent act […]

Energizing Michigan

MEDC, Consumers Energy, DTE partner to strengthen state’s business opportunities   The rollout has begun to extend financial commitments to Michigan-based suppliers, helping small – to medium-sized businesses in the state gain a foothold with local, national and global purchasers to explore new business opportunities. Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist, Consumers Energy and DTE Energy announced […]

The Bumpy Ride of Uber

Rail-hailing company reports losses since IPO With the first two quarterly reports of 2019 detailing massive losses, those who invested in Uber since the ride-hailing service became a publicly traded company this year have likely experienced a bumpier ride than initially anticipated. However, the company, as well as some names in the investment world, remain […]

What’s your Sign?

Imagine you’re a small-business owner. You’ve got a great new location and you can’t wait to tell everyone about what you bring the community. A key piece to getting the word out may be a sign near your business storefront that spells out what your company is all about. Diane Krantz is the manager of […]

Allen Neighborhood Center Awarded Grant for Cleanup and Expansion

Improvements include housing, accelerator kitchen and grocery store The Allen Neighborhood Center has been awarded an $850,000 brownfield redevelopment grant from the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy. The grant will be used to clean up a contaminated property on East Kalamazoo Street and convert the building, which will be called Allen Place, […]

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