Madalyn Bueche, 19, graduated from Cedar Springs High School in 2011 never thinking she’d end up in a manufacturing apprenticeship program at Autocam Corp.
GRAND RAPIDS — The nonprofit Well House is set to expand its offerings for those in need of a place to stay.
Grand Rapids-based GR Spring & Stamping Inc. announced that it has formed partnership with Automatic Spring Products Corp. of Grand Haven, according to Jim Zawacki, chairman of GR Spring.
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.
Despite the promise of a revolutionary new technology for small-scale wind energy, one local company has found the industry’s headwinds too stiff to stay in business.
The estimated $27 million effort to restore the rapids in the Grand River has a new supporter: the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Urban Waters Federal Partnership.
GRAND RAPIDS — CWD Real Estate Investment has built a portfolio of some of downtown Grand Rapids’ signature facilities.
Compared to a decade ago, Michigan is a far better place to start and run a small business.
When a career fair turned into a $10,000 disappointment, Jonathan DeWys could have walked away chagrined and started whining that the lack of skilled workers was hampering his company’s opportunities for growth.
KALAMAZOO — In an era when most companies see outdoor grills as mass-produced commodity items, one Southwest Michigan company has cemented its reputation by taking a contrarian approach.
In the past decade, strong financing tools and development incentives created opportunities for empty nesters and millennials to take up residence in downtowns across West Michigan.
Two long-forgotten downtown Grand Rapids bank lobbies have found new life as event spaces thanks to recent renovation projects.
The days are numbered for the fee-for-service model in health care.
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.
For local would-be food entrepreneurs, incubators give them a chance to get their ideas out of the kitchen and into the market.