Already much more than just a place to fill prescriptions, the pharmacy could become an accessible, one-stop center in the delivery of basic health care services.
A 24-acre parcel of Cascade Township property at the former Centennial Country Club is slated for one of the largest housing developments in years for the Grand Rapids suburb.
The aging of the Grand Rapids Symphony’s core audience members and supporters has led to a new program designed to attract and retain the next generation of symphony-goers.
New taxes and fees that kick in with the new year have employers seeing higher health insurance premiums for policies that renew on Jan. 1. That’s on top of what they would have paid in annual cost increases for those policies.
Wall Street’s surge during the last year has stocks back in favor.
2013 brought with it a series of changes in tax laws that investors need to consider as they close out the year — if they haven’t done so already.
As a division of a multi-generational, family-owned company that’s been in business for more than a century, Padnos Plastic Solutions Inc.'s conservative culture supports a strategy based on steady, organic growth, said Ben Irwin, the Holland-based company’s director of finance.
Amid tepid U.S. economic growth, North American shipments for office furniture makers inched up slightly in the third quarter.
Residential developers in downtown Grand Rapids and the adjacent neighborhoods could be missing out on an opportunity to serve a growing market segment.
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.
Companies succeed or fail by their ability to think and act strategically. Building a strategy for growth and remaining committed to executing that strategy is critical to long-term success.
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.