Grand Rapids construction firm Orion Construction announced yesterday that it has completed the renovation of 210 Front Avenue on the city’s west side.
Southfield-based Chassix Holdings Inc. announced today that it has gained approval for $250 million in debtor-in-possession financing by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York, according to a statement.
Kalamazoo College President Eileen B. Wilson-Oyelaran announced her retirement today, effective June 30, 2016.
The Grand Rapids Downtown Development Authority this morning approved three grants to support Rockford Construction’s estimated $3.5 renovation of 89 Ionia Ave. NW.
A Bennington, Vt.-based defense contractor plans to relocate its headquarters and operations to West Michigan.
A British pharmaceutical maker wants to buy Perrigo Co. plc in a cash-and-stock deal worth as much as $30 billion.
Fenton-based Burgaflex North America Inc., a portfolio company of Grand Rapids-based private equity firm Blackford Capital, announced today that it has completed its first international acquisition.
Catherine’s Health Center in Grand Rapids was among three community health centers in Michigan and 55 across the U.S. to share $5 million in grants from the CVS Foundation.
The parent company of Sturgis Bank & Trust Co. paid $3.3 million in cash for West Michigan Savings, which has a single office in Bangor. The purchase price could still change if the cost of funding and terminating West Michigan Savings Bank’s pension plan exceeds a specified amount.
The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians is continuing its economic development strategy of slow and steady private investment in growing industries.
LINC Community Revitalization Inc., a Grand Rapids-based community nonprofit developer, announced a new affordable housing project in the city.
The momentum in the Michigan economy helped propel a monthly index from Comerica Bank higher for the third consecutive month.
Executive Air Transport Inc. of Muskegon recently concluded a six-year leadership transition to new ownership. Terry Boer, an executive who served as the vice president of the company, has acquired the company, according to a statement. The deal officially closed on April 1.
A West Michigan retailer plans to invest in store renovations at four locations in Ohio.
Small business owners in Michigan have an even brighter outlook for the next six months than they did last fall, according to the results of a biannual survey by PNC Bank.