The full-service logistics company recently hired Doug Johnson as its new executive vice president, according to a statement released by to company.
Chicago-based Munch’s Supply Co. Inc. has expanded its operations to Michigan through an agreement with Trane and American Standard Heating and Air Conditioning.
In response to consumers opting for healthier food options, Walker-based retailer Meijer Inc. announced the “True Goodness” brand in an announcement last week.
ZEELAND — Spectrum Health named Ron Lewis, a health care executive who’s been working in Indianapolis, as the new president of Zeeland Community Hospital.
Kellogg Community College (KCC) in Battle Creek announced last week it is suspending its search for a new president for at least the next year.
GRAND RAPIDS — Development firm CWD Real Estate Investment plans a major design overhaul of its latest major downtown Grand Rapids acquisition at 250 Monroe Ave. NW.
The lawsuit filed Thursday in the U.S. District Court Southern District of New York asks a judge to declare information that Mylan sent to Perrigo shareholders as “materially false and misleading” and in violation of federal securities laws.
The request for proposals from Kent County to sell its downtown office building at 82 Ionia Ave. NW yielded three bids, but officials have decided to move forward with only one bidder.
A partnership consisting of Grand Rapids-based Orion Construction, development subsidiary Orion Real Estate Solutions and majority investor Allen Hoffman of Grand Villages LLC yesterday announced the completion of the $15 million Grand Villages student housing development in Allendale.
Perrigo Co. plc went on the attack today against the hostile takeover bid by Mylan N.V., offering the strongest public opposition to date against the proposal that one executive labelled an attempt to “steal” the company.
Herman Miller (NASDAQ: MLHR) posted net sales of $565.4 million in its first quarter, which ended Aug. 29, 2015, according to financial results released today. The company increased net sales by 10.9 percent over the same quarter last year.
Kent County hotels experienced 81.2 percent occupancy in the month of July, a record for the county’s tourism industry according to Experience Grand Rapids (EXGR), an agency tasked with marketing the region.
Grand Rapids-based Spectrum Health recently acquired 12 acres in northern Grand Haven Charter Township, adjacent to a Meijer Inc. store and near the border with the City of Grand Haven. The joint venture formed in June between Spectrum and Holland, known as Health Pointe Corp., and plans to develop a 120,000-square-foot, three-story medical office building that it hopes to open by 2017, according to documents submitted for review to Grand Haven Charter Township.
The acquisition of the specialized circuit boards and electronic components manufacturer will allow GVD to integrate that technology into its other holdings and expand into new markets, said Gary Van Dyke, CEO of GVD in a statement.
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation today announced 65 layoffs and a 27 percent cut in funding, effective October 1, according to multiple news outlets and confirmed to MiBiz by an MEDC spokesperson.
Michigan’s second largest city seeks to show that instituting sound sustainability measures makes good economic sense.
Davenport University received the largest gift in its nearly 150-year history.
An Indiana portfolio company of LV2 Equity Partners LLC, which has offices in Grand Rapids, recently acquired Escondido, Calif.-based Count Machinery Company, according to a statement.
Pending legislation could help level the playing field for craft distilleries by reducing the excise tax that a distiller must pay on its spirits. The Distillery Excise Tax Reform Act (DETRA) aims to significantly cut the current excise tax rate in order to make small distillers more competitive, as well as spur community investment and job creation.
Michigan State University has exceeded $1 billion in pledges to a $1.5 billion multi-year capital campaign. Pledges to the Empower Extraordinary campaign that started in July 2011 totaled more than $1.01 billion as of Aug. 31, the university said today.