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.
Chemical Financial Corp. today closed on the $27.2 million acquisition of Coldwater-based Monarch Community Bancorp Inc.
KENTWOOD — Advocates for a bill pending in Congress say that using remanufactured parts to repair and maintain federal vehicle fleets would not only help save taxpayer money, but also act to spur job creation at local companies.
Grand Rapids-based Founders Brewing Co. cracked into the top 20 largest craft breweries in the nation last year, according to a new report from the Brewers Association.
A Washington manufacturer owned by Grand Rapids-based private equity firm Blackford Capital plans to expand its capabilities in a transaction with a plastics company in Pennsylvania.
The Michigan Attorney General’s office plans to host a public forum next month to hear opinions on the proposed merger of Metro Health Corp. into a joint venture with Community Health Systems Inc.
A new expansion by Kalamazoo-based Tibbs Brewing Company Inc. promises to double its production capacity and streamline the company’s operations.
Visitors to Grand Rapids have a new option for lodging near Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality has announced a $1 million grant to assist the city of Grand Rapids with cleanup efforts at the future site of the Biomedical Research Center being built by Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine.
Six weeks ago, when Family Christian LLC first filed for bankruptcy, the retailer articulated a plan that would save the company and help it emerge from its proverbial mountain of debt.
The competitive landscape is changing for West Michigan companies.