A new medical outpatient center going up near Rockford will give Mercy Health Saint Mary's a larger presence in northern Kent County.
A Grand Rapids-based technology startup firm is on the verge of launching a product that could take it from strictly a service-oriented company into offering a suite of application products.
Michigan’s economy should continue to grow in 2014 and into 2015, adding a projected 130,000 jobs over two years, according to an annual outlook from University of Michigan’s economists.
Economists project both the U.S. and Michigan economies to gain more strength in the coming year, as employment picks up and Wall Street continues charging ahead.
MiBiz spoke with Rich Studley, president and CEO of the The Michigan Chamber, about the challenges ahead and the bright spots in Michigan’s economy.
Nearly a year after Michigan passed Right-to-Work legislation, parties on either side of the bargaining table say the law has had little impact on skilled trades unions in West Michigan.
Michigan companies created about 1,100 new clean energy jobs in the third quarter of 2013.
An Indiana bank plans to expand its presence in West Michigan with the recent opening of a commercial lending office in Grand Rapids and the planned acquisition of a community bank in East Lansing.
Consumers Energy is in the process of installing its new smart meters for residential and small business customers in Oceana, Muskegon, Ottawa, Allegan, Newaygo and Kent counties.
The familiar typewriter sound each day on Michigan Radio is a sign to listeners that senior political analyst Jack Lessenberry is about to deliver his unique insight into the goings on in state politics. As a Wayne State University journalism professor and contributor to countless publications, he has been able to document the various actions of the state’s leaders.
Whether it’s a hearty steak or an organic tomato, the “farm to table” movement has taken the food industry by storm in recent years. Now, entrepreneurs Chad Morton and Kirby Watson want to bring that philosophy of ethically sourced, sustainable, quality products to the realm of coffee via their Direct Trade Coffee Club business.
A Kalamazoo-based metal and plastics recycler plans to expand its capacity at an existing site in Grand Rapids by year’s end.
Fresh off closing a $1.3 billion merger, the newly renamed SpartanNash Co. plans to retain its corporate headquarters in West Michigan and expand.
The flight plan for a nonprofit economic development organization with deep ties to the West Michigan business community is nearing its terminal destination.
Two new reports on real estate trends point to steady, incremental growth across most Michigan market sectors in 2014.
CWD Real Estate Investment announced today the firm has purchased the property that houses the Michigan Athletic Club at 2500 Breton Road, popularly known as the MAC, from a local investment group.