Grand Action and the Grand Rapids Downtown Development Authority today announced a board of directors to oversee the development of the Urban Market planned for the former Sonneveldt site.
Davenport University today announced plans for a new sports complex to be built on 68th Street in Caledonia Township just south of its W.A. Lettinga Campus.
Amway parent company, Alticor Inc., announced global sales exceeding $10.9 billion for the year ended Dec. 31, 2011.
This July, Kendall College of Art and Design will have a new president: David M. Rosen.
Construction on Grand Valley State University’s L. William Seidman Center at 38 Front Ave. is nearing an important milestone.
The Urban Land Institute, one of the state’s premier organizations for land use and real estate development issues, has dropped its Southeast Michigan-centric focus for a broader statewide audience.
After years of rumors, it’s official: Cabela’s is coming to West Michigan.
Students from seven colleges came together on Saturday to answer the age-old investment question: “Buy, sell, or hold?”
For West Michigan, manufacturing is a crucial part of the local economy. The role manufacturing will play in putting the economic recession in the nation’s rearview, said Vice President Joe Biden, rests in the ability of companies to bring jobs back to the U.S.
GRAND RAPIDS – Michigan State University Board of Trustees approved a $12 million purchase of the former Grand Rapids Press building and five surrounding parking lots.
Farmers Alley Theatre became Southwest Michigan’s only year-round Actors’ Equity Association theater on Jan. 12 after it achieved Small Professional Theatre (SPT) status.
The American Advertising Federation West Michigan has named Kendall College of Art and Design President Dr. Oliver H. Evans as the recipient of its Silver Medal Award for 2011.
Mayor George Heartwell of Grand Rapids announced the availability of five charging stations for Plug-in Electrical Vehicles (PEV) in downtown Grand Rapids.
Experience Grand Rapids has released a new web-based guide for visitors and tourists called “The Experience.”
Nominations are now open for the 2012 Governor’s Awards for Innovative Tourism Collaboration.
Brecksville, Ohio-based medical billing company MedData Inc. announced on Jan. 11 that it acquired MedDirect Inc., a Grand Rapids-based firm that provides personalized patient communications and revenue cycle management services to health care organizations. MedDirect CEO Ken Bloem will join MedData’s board as executive chairman.
Perrigo Co.’s latest acquisition is designed to boost its product line for diabetes care. The Allegan-based company signed a definite agreement to acquire the assets of Alpharetta, Georgia-based CanAm Care for $36 million.
Now that Michigan appears on the right track economically, Business Leaders for Michigan plans to begin pushing a new initiative that seeks to build on what is already done well to drive new job creation and economic growth.
Two studies by Van Andel Research Institute scientists could help researchers gain a more complete understanding of distinct kidney cancer subtypes and lead to improved treatments.