Ada-based Baker Publishing Group has signed a letter of intent to purchased the publishing assets of Regal Books from Gospel Light of Ventura, Calif., according to a statement.
New research shows that West Michigan companies have eschewed one key tool in their arsenal of talent attraction resources.
Cincinnati-based Fifth Third Bancorp (Nasdaq: FITB) yesterday elected former Steelcase Inc. CEO James Hackett as its non-executive chairman.
Spencer Johnson retires in June 2015 after 30 years as president of the MHA and a 40-year career in health care policy and advocacy. Brian Peters, the association’s executive vice president, will succeed Johnson.
Chemical Bank looks to bolster its presence in West Michigan with its first downtown Grand Rapids branch.
Traverse City-based Britten Studios, Inc. has acquired Grand Rapids sign and display printer, JAROB Inc. All 60 JAROB employees in Grand Rapids will now become part of Britten Design.
Dr. David Rosen has resigned as president of Kendall College of Art and Design effective 5 p.m. today.
Beginning this month, a surplus liquidation of equipment will be held for the assets of the Benteler Automotive Corporation plant in Grand Rapids that closed in June. St. Louis, MO. asset management company Stewart B. Milner & Associates will be conducting the online surplus auction of forklifts, cranes and presses.
Grand Rapids-based drug discovery firm Tetra Discovery Partners LLC will partner with the Broad Institute's Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research in Cambridge, Mass., the firms announced today.
Walker manufacturer Tubelite Inc. has increased capacity at its facility in Reed City, according to a release. The company, which makes storefront, curtainwall, entrance and daylighting systems, has a 245,000 square foot facility in the town north of Grand Rapids.
Michigan State University today released a request for qualifications to developers for the new biomedical research facility it’s planning at the former Grand Rapids Press site and neighboring properties.
Newhall Klein, Inc., a Kalamazoo marketing agency, has won the 2014 Best Food Industry Mobile Application award by the Internet Advertising Competition, dedicated to online advertising.
Grand Rapids-based Universal Forest Products, Inc. (Nasdq: UFPI) has finalized a deal to purchase a 50 percent ownership stake in East Texas-based sawmill operator Upshur Forest Products, LLC.
A West Michigan food distributor is planning to enter the Texas market with the acquisition of a Houston-based firm.
Todd Wenzel Automotive has acquired Jim Waldron Buick GMC of Davison, the company said in a statement.