Johnson Controls Inc. is shedding another part of its business with ties to West Michigan.
Building on plans first rolled out a year ago, Mercy Health Muskegon is now considering a massive expansion and renovation project that could cost upwards of $220 million.
Prolonged bad weather and a poor holiday season last year tamped down Rockford-based footwear and apparel company Wolverine World Wide Inc.'s (NYSE: WWW) fourth-quarter performance.
Grand Rapids-based Varsity News Network closed on $3 million in Series A funding from venture capital and angel investors that will fund national expansion and development of a mobile app, the company announced on Monday.
Kalamazoo-based medical device maker Stryker Corp. (NYSE: SYK) has reached a definitive agreement to acquire device manufacturer Berchtold Holding AG for $172 million.
Grand Rapids-based fuels distribution company Crystal Flash has acquired the family-owned Owens Petroleum Inc. and Owens Propane Service Inc. of Albion, according to a statement.
Pennock Health Services plans to build a new $70 million hospital and physician offices in the Hastings area, replacing an aging facility with a modern plant that's more conducive for today's medical technology and era of reform.
Battle Creek-based Kellogg Co. (NYSE: K) has announced it will open its North America Global Business Services (GBS) Service Center in Grand Rapids.
GHSP, a unit of Grand Haven-based JSJ Corp. that produces mechanical controls for the auto industry, named Jeff Smith as president and promoted Ken Wagner to senior vice president and chief financial officer.
The West Michigan Center for Arts and Technology (WMCAT) in Grand Rapids has acquired the ceramics studio in the Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts with plans to expand class offerings for teens and adults starting this summer.
Holland-based product development firm AngleWorks recently sold its iLean shelving unit to Sauder Woodworking Co. With headquarters in Archbold, Ohio, Sauder is the nation’s fifth largest furniture manufacturer.
A fund set up last year by Ann Arbor investors, the state and a consortium of banks wrote 12 loans to growing businesses for a collective $20.1 million. The GROW Michigan Fund says the loans supported capital investments of $141.0 million.
Borgess Health in Kalamazoo is among five health systems statewide to sign a new performance-based reimbursement contract with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan.
Kalamazoo-based Consumers Credit Union plans to expand into the Grand Rapids-area market with two new offices, on 68th Street in Gaines Township and on 28th Street in Cascade.
Fat Johnny’s Cheesesteak Company is opening a downtown Grand Rapids location. Sixty North Ventures, LLC, a company owned by real estate development firm First Companies, recently signed a lease with the restaurant for space in the former Van Hoeks Shoes store at 80 Ottawa Avenue NW.