Michigan’s venture capital industry grew again in 2012 as both the amount of capital under management and what’s available for new investments posted strong gains.
As legislators weigh a proposal to change Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance law, one of the key issues that’s arisen is the cost of medical care provided to people injured in crashes.
Just a handful of Randy Amyuni’s clients five years ago carried insurance policies to cover their companies from potential losses associated with cyber risks.
After being given the green light from parent corporation Trinity Health, Mercy Health Partners will now begin formulating final designs for a large project in Muskegon.
The days are numbered for the fee-for-service model in health care.
The next merger for Spectrum Health has emerged: Ludington’s Memorial Medical Center.
Compared to a decade ago, Michigan is a far better place to start and run a small business.
Law firms that united two years ago to promote and drive further diversity in the local legal community are about to launch a branding campaign designed to position Grand Rapids as a career destination for attorneys.
Nearly a year after they first agreed to pursue the concept, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Trinity Health are proceeding with a new value-based payment model that executives say promises to improve quality and drive costs lower.