Europe Introduces “Right to Repair” Regulations

Europe Introduces “Right to Repair” Regulations

Many of us have an appliance or two that is as old as we are. Perhaps Grandma’s old stand mixer, or the microwave our parents got when they got married. Maybe the iron that used to press Grandpa’s shirts, or the old family radio. But we won’t have...
Will the Second Round of PPP Loans Prevent Fraud?

Will the Second Round of PPP Loans Prevent Fraud?

In the earlier rounds of 2020 stimulus, over 5.2 million small businesses borrowed over $500 billion in loans, those forgivable through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) under certain conditions. Now several months later, nearly 2,000 of the companies which...
Can Employers Make the COVID-19 Vaccine Mandatory?

Can Employers Make the COVID-19 Vaccine Mandatory?

As joyous and teary videos circulate of health care workers and care home residents receiving the first vaccines for COVID-19, conversation in every field is circling around vaccines in general. While the COVID-19 vaccines, the first major mRNA vaccines, are the...

Demand for Michigan Business Grant Far Outweighs Supply

The Pure Michigan Small Business Relief Initiative sounded like a godsend for Michigan business owners when it was first announced. Not exactly a state program, but a quasi-public statewide grant program from Michigan Economic Development Corp. (MEDC), the $10 million...
Has KIND Become UNkind?

Has KIND Become UNkind?

KIND North America, based in New York City, isn’t a broad company. It makes eight lines of snacks, most of them granola bar type products marketed at people who are concerned about health and sustainable foods. The company, founded in 2004, built its...
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