FENNVILLE — A wholly-owned subsidiary of Anheuser Busch LLC has acquired a majority interest in a West Michigan-based hard cider producer, MiBiz has learned.
Priority Health CEO Mike Freed plans to retire early next year, ending more than three years as head of the second-largest health plan in Michigan and two decades with parent corporation Spectrum Health. Freed announced his intention retire now to give Priority Heath adequate time to plan a smooth transition to a successor CEO.
The Grand Rapids-based Wege Foundation released a statement today announcing that current President and CEO Ellen Satterlee would be retiring, effective Oct. 30, 2015.
Varsity News Network Inc., the Grand Rapids firm that provides schools a web-based platform to distribute content on sports programs, closed on $3.7 million in additional financing that will support national growth and development of a mobile app.
The acquisition comes as part of Unique Fabricating’s (NYSE: UFAB) overall growth strategy of tapping customers in new markets and product segments, CEO John Weinhardt said in a statement.
Continuing to buy as it prepares to fend off a hostile takeover bid by Mylan N.V., Perrigo Co. plc acquired the ScarAway brand from Enhalus LLC, a marker of over-the-counter skin care products including treatments for scars.
GRAND RAPIDS — Despite a prolonged, controversial and contested bankruptcy process, Grand Rapids-based Family Christian Stores has emerged from Chapter 11 with a humble growth strategy and the backing of nearly all of its former creditors.
Grand Rapids Community College has partnered with Western Michigan University to create a seamless path for its students to transfer into the university’s programs, according to a statement.
Mylan N.V. will proceed with a hostile takeover attempt of Perrigo Co. plc. The company says more than the required two-thirds of shareholders voted today to back the $32.7 billion unsolicited offer for Perrigo.
Lansing-based Neogen Corp. (NASDAQ: NEOG) acquired the stock of United Kingdom-based Lab M Holdings today, according to a statement.
Brothers Bruce and Dan Israel have taken over the team, which competes in the United States Hockey League, a Tier 1 junior hockey league. The Israel brothers, both from the Detroit area, have retained general manager John Vanbiesbrouck and head coach Todd Krygier.
In a letter to shareholders, Perrigo Chairman and CEO Joe Papa accused Mylan of threatening to delist Perrigo shares should it secure a controlling interest in the company in a hostile takeover attempt.
East Coast investors acquired The Lofts at 5 Lyon, a student housing and retail property located at the northwest corner of Lyon Street and Division Avenue in the city’s downtown.
A little over a month after the owners of Kalamazoo Beer Exchange filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against a North Carolina tech firm, the two companies have settled their differences out of court.
Byron Center-based grocery retailer and food distributor SpartanNash Co. released its second quarter earnings late Wednesday, posting gains in operating profit and exceeding earnings expectations.