Kellogg Co. said it would cut its global workforce by about 7 percent by the end of 2017 as part of a four-year restructuring program it announced today.
Consumers Energy broke ground earlier today on its new Cross Winds Energy Park in Tuscola County. The $255 million, 105-megawatt park is expected to meet the 10 percent renewable generation mandate required for utilities in the state.
Grand Valley State University board of trustees approved the purchase of 11 acres of property adjacent to its Cook DeVos Center for Health Sciences Building at 301 Michigan Street in Grand Rapids for $18.9 million.
Allegan-based Perrigo Co. reported $933.4 million in revenue, a 21 percent increase from the same period a year ago, and net income of $111.4 million, or $1.18 per diluted share, for the quarter that ended Sept. 28, according to a press release.
Advanced Furniture Testing (AFT), a Holland-based office furniture testing facility, has announced that it is opening a new 9,600-square-foot testing facility in Jasper, Ind. The company, which also expanded in 2012, has outgrown its testing capacity at its Holland facility
The two largest health information exchanges in Michigan are now connected. Grand Rapids-based Michigan Health Connect and Great Lakes Health Exchange in East Lansing struck an agreement that allows members to exchange patient medical data electronically via secure networks.
Macatawa Bank Corp. recorded lower net income for the third quarter with continued improvements in asset quality. The Holland-based Macatawa Bank attributed the year-to-year decline in quarterly net income in part to a one-time $2.8 million loan prepayment fee received during the third quarter of 2012.
The Stow Company, a Holland manufacturer of storage and organization systems for all areas of the home, has announced that it will be consolidating all of its manufacturing at its recently-expanded Holland facility.
The Comerica Bank Michigan Economic Activity Index took a dip in the month of August, a recent study shows. The index was down 1.3 percent, bringing it to a level of 125.4. Despite the decrease, the index was still more than 10 points higher than its average in all of 2012.
Fennville-based Virtue Cider has released a new farmhouse-style cider dubbed Percheron Cidre Fermier, a blend of 2012 Northern Spy apples fermented with wild yeast and oak-barrel aged that’s mixed with juice from this year’s harvest, according to a press release.
St. Joseph-based Honor Credit Union plans to merge with SIR Credit Union in the Upper Peninsula. The merger, which requires regulatory and member approval, would create a combined credit union that has nearly $550 million in assets and more than 50,000 members.
Long awaited news from the former General Motors stamping plant, now Site 36 in Wyoming, hit today as Portage-based Kendall Electric announced the purchase of a portion of the 90-acre site to make way for a new 100,000-square-foot facility.
Mercantile Bank Corp. this morning reported strong net income of $3.5 million, or 40 cents per share, for the third quarter, which compares with $2.6 million, or 30 cents per share, in the same period a year ago.
In honor of a recent gift to endow graduate scholarships and graduate school operations, Hillsdale College named its new graduate school of statesmanship after Amway Chairman Steve Van Andel, according to a statement.
Steelcase Inc. (NYSE:SCS) announced today that current President and COO Jim Keane will succeed Jim Hackett as CEO in March 2014, the start of the company's fiscal year. Perrigo Co. shareholders vote Nov. 18 on the proposed $8.6 billion deal for Dublin, Ireland-based Elan Corp.