They came from a small company, a not-for-profit organization, the region's largest health care provider and a $3.2 billion corporation, yet the chief financial officers recognized in the inaugural MiBiz CFO of the Year Awards have common worries. Among them: maintaining a focus on the long term, even amid the problems of the day.
Time is running out for employers to begin figuring out whether they must comply with a key provision in the Affordable Care Act.
Chemical Financial Corp. wants to be prepared to raise capital quickly should it decide to pursue another acquisition.
After a dip in business to start the year, the office furniture industry rolls into NeoCon this week with continued expectation for some growth for the remainder of 2013 and improved business fortunes in 2014.
Seeking to stay alive, Capitol Bancorp is pursuing a new tactic to keep federal regulators at bay.
That nearly one out of every five graduates from Michigan’s top three research universities has started at least one business proves the need for continued support for entrepreneurism by higher education.
Already the leader in the sale of store-brand medications in the U.S., Perrigo Co. wants to grow sales by growing the market even further.
The planned acquisition of Memorial Medical Center in Ludington further casts Spectrum Health’s net across West Michigan and is the latest local deal following a national trend in health care.
It’s getting easier to find venture capital in Michigan.
Angel investing grew in Michigan in 2012, drawing more investors who put more money into companies.