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While both Michigan’s egg producers and the Michigan Farm Bureau might agree that there should be national standards for the production of eggs, they differ on how to arrive at that destination.

Sunday, 09 December 2012 23:49

Harbors beached

As West Michigan boaters store their watercraft for the winter, they would do well to think twice when they put their vessels back in the water next year.

Students in Western Michigan University's paper engineering program are finding out that paper pays.

Helping the community is not just something Dolores Trese does in her free time as a way to give back. It’s a way of life.

While all eyes are focused on the fast-approaching fiscal cliff, another legislative drama is being played out behind the scenes: the 2012 Farm Bill.

As the world rapidly becomes more digitally connected, companies are struggling to maintain their intellectual property rights.

The aerospace industry’s move to more composite jet engine components has one local manufacturer ready for take off.

Sunday, 25 November 2012 23:00

Charitable giving grows with economic gains

As the local economy improves, the level of corporate philanthropy increases.

Michigan’s turnaround is well underway, but the state must keep pressing ahead with an agenda of positive change.

Sunday, 11 November 2012 20:27

Q&A: David Wessel

Wessel, who will speak at the Nov. 19 Economic Club of Grand Rapids luncheon at Amway Hotel, spoke with MiBiz about the looming fiscal cliff and how the government can resolve the situation.

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