Battle Creek-based Kellogg Co. is selling off Keebler, Famous Amos and other snack brands in a move to reshape it product portfolio.
Global food manufacturer Kellogg Co. will layoff 14 employees at its Battle Creek ready-to-eat-cereal plant starting March 31, according to a filing with the state this week.
While Houston was reeling from the effects of Hurricane Harvey, employees of Wolverine World Wide Inc. began circulating an email chain with ideas about how they could help with the recovery efforts.
Global food manufacturer Kellogg Co. could lay off as many as 223 workers in 2018 as part of a larger manufacturing restructuring program.
West Michigan manufacturers continue to take a steady yet conservative approach to research and development spending.
Driven by relatively affordable real estate and a diverse workforce, the West Michigan region has become a growing hub for call centers, administrative back offices and — to a lesser extent — data centers.
Kellogg Co. plans to shed 250 positions as part of the global cereal giant’s Project K cost-cutting initiative.