Grand Rapids-based office technology dealer Applied Imaging has acquired a Cascade Township office building for its new corporate headquarters.
In reporting preliminary results for last year, the Kalamazoo-based Stryker (NYSE: SYK) said global sales topped $9.9 billion. Sales grew at a slightly higher rate on the fourth quarter, 6.4 percent, reaching $2.7 billion.
The hotel’s owner, Chuck Reid, said in a statement that CityVu Bistro will remain open through Valentine’s Day and then close down with plans to convert the space to an events and conference facility opening in March.
Mill Steel Co. of Grand Rapids purchased certain assets of S&S Steel Services Inc. of Indianapolis, Ind., according to a statement. The deal that closed Jan. 11 helps Mill Steel expand its product portfolio and geographic presence.
The firm has hired Raymond Steadmon as an associate attorney, who will lead the firm’s expansion in the region. Steadmon is currently in the process of looking for office space.
The company now expects full-year earnings of $9.50 to $10.10 per diluted share, up from the guidance issued in October 2015 of $9.30 per diluted share.
Television stations around Michigan and nationwide are considering auctioning off valuable broadcast spectrum for potentially tens of millions of dollars to make room for mobile wireless development.
Gypsum Supply Co. Inc. of Byron Center has been acquired by Georgia-based Gypsum Management & Supply (GMS), a distributor of specialty interior building products.
Hanson Logistics Services, a St. Joseph-based provider of temperature-controlled supply chain services, plans a deep frozen warehouse for fruit and vegetable growers and processors in South Haven.
A mega merger of two West Michigan credit unions has been called off. Instead of joining operations, Lake Michigan Credit Union in Grand Rapids and St. Joseph-based United Federal Credit Union will remain independent entities.
An annual report by Grand Valley State University provides further data on how widely spending on health care can vary from one market to another — even those within relatively close proximity.
The casino’s owners, the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians, will increase gaming floor square footage, add a 300-seat buffet and expand entertainment options and staff dining space.
The JPMorgan Chase Foundation recently awarded Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) a $45,000 grant to develop the institution’s industrial sewing and logistics programs.
Dematic, a manufacturer of conveyors systems, will explore the closure of its Grand Rapids manufacturing operations, according to a statement released today.
Netech Corp., a family-owned business founded 19 years ago by James Engen in Grand Rapids, has signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by Presidio Inc. of New York City.
Byron Center-based SpartanNash Co. (Nasdaq: SPTN) announced today it will become the primary wholesaler for western Wisconsin grocery chain Gordy’s Market.
Backed with a $5 million capital injection, Community Shores Bank Corp. has emerged from an era of increased regulatory oversight.
JW Millwork distributes molding products domestically and internationally from its facility in Wyoming. The company also maintains facilities in Kansas City, Houston, Connecticut and South Carolina.
A Pennsylvania provider of rehabilitation and long-term care still wants to enter the Michigan market after pulling out of the potential acquisition of the former Southwest Regional Rehabilitation Center facility in Battle Creek.
Precision Aerospace Corp. has acquired the assets of Comstock Park-based CNC Precision Machining LLC, according to a statement released today.