Chicago-based owner and hotel management company Odyssey Hotels is looking to build a new hotel near the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport.
GRAND RAPIDS — The long-planned and long-awaited Division Ave bus rapid transit (BRT) project is moving forward. Federal, state and local officials gathered this morning at The Rapid Central Station to sign a project construction grant agreement that puts $39 million of state and federal dollars to work on the project.
The soup will soon be on in downtown Grand Rapids.
Global footwear giant Wolverine World Wide Inc. has teamed with pop country star Taylor Swift for a multi-year endorsement deal for Keds.
Small business clients of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan can expect an average 7.5 percent premium increase for 2013 policy renewals.
The Russell Block restoration is alive with the sound of music – or it soon will be as a new tenant looks to more than triple the size of its footprint in downtown Muskegon.
Here is the Oct. 15, 2012 MiBiz Growth Report, which includes a roundup of news briefs of M&A and expansions in the region.
A new report shows significant improvement in the Michigan’s business tax climate following reforms enacted in 2011.
With the auto business surging and Midwest agriculture ticking up, a national truck leasing firm plans to open seven new franchise locations in the Midwest, including an operation in Grand Rapids.
One of the largest staffing and HR consulting firms in the region has been sold to its employees through a 100 percent employee stock ownership plan.
Business owners across Michigan are decidedly less upbeat about their prospects for the coming six months than they were last spring, according to the results of a survey by PNC Bank.
If you have watched a Major League Baseball game, a NASCAR race, a National Hockey League game or the NCAA’s Final Four basketball tournament, either live or in person, you have seen the work of Norton Shores-based Source One Digital.
Companies are increasingly turning to innovation to drive sales following the Great Recession, according to results of an annual survey.
Thanks to an international partnership, a local nonprofit organization will be putting people with barriers to employment to work.
The Canadian Autoworkers Union’s last-minute deal with Ford on Monday that averted a strike did little to change the game for West Michigan automotive suppliers, says Mike Wall, director of automotive analysis at the Grand Rapids office of IHS Automotive.