Michigan’s tourism industry grew to a record $22.8 billion in 2014, generating a higher return on investment for the state’s Pure Michigan campaign, according to an annual analysis
Steelcase Inc. cites a shorter sales period and foreign currency translations for recording lower sales in its most recent quarter.
Seeking to further its mission of stabilizing neighborhoods, a Battle Creek nonprofit organization launched a pilot microloan program to provide financing for small businesses.
Keith Brophy, a tech entrepreneur who previously ran a firm that developed a health care mobile app, began his new role today as state director of the Michigan Small Business Development Center.
Selling a business requires a lot of preparation that many owners don’t always go through prior to pursuing a prospective buyer.
Seven years ago, Michigan had 14 entries on an annual list of the 100 best-performing hospitals in the U.S. In the prior year, 16 Michigan hospitals made the list.
North Ottawa Community Health System’s plan to implement a new model for emergency care along with development of a $9.7 million facility follows a broader movement in health care to prevent unnecessary and costly ER visits.
Three veterans of the office furniture industry want to bring their collective expertise to new product development.
Just eight months after launching the company to acquire a portion of Johnson Controls Inc.’s automotive interiors unit, Motus Integrated Technologies LLC has cut a deal to expand its business.
When someone urged her to seek a grant from the philanthropic arm of a global pharmaceutical maker, Karen Kaashoek initially passed.
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