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.
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.
Canada might be Michigan’s closest international neighbor and largest trading partner, but it also found itself at the center of a fierce political battle last fall.
It comes as no surprise that West Michigan shares a substantial cultural heritage with the Netherlands, but the two regions also have significant business and agricultural ties.
Maintaining the performance of investment portfolios and identifying good acquisition targets rank among the top challenges for private equity firms, according to an annual national survey of fund managers.
When David J. Brophy started the Michigan Growth Capital Symposium in 1982, just two venture funds called Michigan home.
Private equity fund managers like John Pollock say their industry must embrace transparency and better define their roles in the economy.
As federal health reform takes hold later this year and requires all Americans to have health insurance coverage by January, employers can expect to find a number of new online options to buy coverage and allow employees to customize their own benefits.
Jim Byrne retires as chief medical officer this summer at a time when the health care industry is going through a period of what he considers unprecedented change.
Just about everything in health care is changing, but insurance agents see their role as becoming increasingly important given the sheer complexity of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
While the commercial real estate sector has new-found wind in its sails, the development deals that are being done are often requiring alternative assistance to get off the ground.
If the old saw that “coffee’s for closers” holds true, then brokers in the West Michigan real estate market are filling their cups.
Commercial real estate in Southwest Michigan continues to be a tale of progress and rebound.
WEST MICHIGAN — Improved market conditions during 2012 enabled banks to lower the high amount of foreclosed and repossessed real estate on their books that rose sharply during the recession.
Even with the dark days of the recession in the rearview mirror, turnaround and restructuring professionals say they’re keeping plenty busy in West Michigan.
What’s the single biggest obstacle a company needs to overcome to achieve a successful turnaround or restructuring? Is it financial or cultural?