The results of PNC Bank’s annual Wealth & Values survey dispel the stereotype of the wealthy as proverbial one-percenters who are only concerned with their personal financial interests.
Michigan continues to rank 13th in the U.S. for its overall business tax burden, holding to a position that improved significantly in the last few years after legislators enacted sweeping changes to the state’s tax code.
Priority Health became the first health plan in the nation to pay for a genetic test for people with complex cancers.
Operators of private health exchanges pitched them as a way for employers to better control their costs for coverage, reduce the administrative burden, and give employees more say in the benefits they want and need.
If there were still any doubt that Perrigo Co. plc has become a true global player in over-the-counter pharmaceuticals, its latest international acquisition should solidify its role in the consolidating industry.
Organizations that credit innovation with driving sales higher over the last few years often embed it into their culture and structure. That's according to Plante Moran PLLC's annual look at innovation.
Business Leaders for Michigan heads into this week’s CEO Summit focused on longer-range issues than when the organization first came together five years ago.
When Eric Achtyes returned to his hometown seven years ago, Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services “really wasn’t doing any” research.
Changes locally and across the country that put disproportionate pressures on rural health care providers led Pennock Health Services Inc. to seek a partnership with a larger organization.
Better access to capital and bank lending, higher valuations and greater optimism in the economy should make for the continuation of a “very hot” M&A market into next year.