by John Mayleben
What’s your plan?
We live in a world of intense data collection and the corresponding data mining (who hasn’t noticed that Facebook ads magically appear within seconds of you “googling” a unique phrase?).
By KAREN WIEBER
Business owners are an important constituent and member of every Michigan community, as any local government official will likely tell you. A common thread among all business owners is the need to gain local approvals before renovating or opening a building or business.
By WILLIAM J. HALLAN,
MRA Executive Vice President, COO and General Counsel
The most important word in law school is the word here. All first-year law students learn that good legal writing follows the I.R.A.C.
Elections for the Michigan Retailers Association and Retailers Insurance boards will occur at their annual meetings on Tuesday, Aug. 21. You should have received ballots in the mail in late July.
By Amy Drumm, MRA Vice President, Government Affairs
After 26 years and 37 states passing Main Street Fairness laws, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in June to allow states to require online,
When two Ann Arbor teachers opened a sporting goods store in 1976 without any business experience, they never imagined it would turn into University of Michigan fans’ first stop for game-day attire.
By MEEGAN HOLLAND
Beloved Buy Nearby Guy has been greeting fans and marching in parades all over the state – and maybe you even saw him on the Buy Nearby Instagram and Facebook pages playing the piano during Marshall Music’s 70th anniversary party!
The Grocers Division of the Michigan Retailers Association (MRA) is pleased to announce that Hollywood Markets and Aunt Millie’s Bakeries are the 2018 Al Kessel Outstanding Achievement Award winners.
Launched in 2013,