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Mark Sanchez

Mark Sanchez

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msanchez@mibiz.com

Citing declining membership and a lack of financial support, directors at the health care planning agency voted last night to end operations. The move includes revoking the authority of a board to evaluate health care projects locally under Michigan’s certificate-of-need regulations and issue recommendations to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

After putting about $1 million into four companies during the early months of 2015, Grand Angels looks to close three more deals in the coming weeks.

As a decline in property values from the recession took a toll on the Grand Rapids Public Library’s revenues and led to a sizeable budget deficit last year, the organization decided that cutting hours or branch locations wasn’t an option.

A trio of West Michigan hospitals plans to move quickly to take advantage of a pending rule change that would allow them to treat more heart patients who come to their facilities, rather than referring them elsewhere.

The latest sales figures and a quarterly activity index show the office furniture industry on strong footing heading into next month’s NeoCon trade show in Chicago.

Hospitals claim proposed reforms to Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance law that would impose caps on what they charge to treat people injured in vehicle crashes would cost them a projected $1.2 billion annually.

While there ultimately “is a number at some point” where directors at Perrigo Co. plc would have to consider selling, this spring’s $4.5 billion acquisition of a Belgian company positioned it with a greater ability to grow and remain independent, Chairman and CEO Joe Papa said today.

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