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CHICAGO — After several years of vacillating between open office concepts and private spaces, the so-called “pendulum shift” in office furniture seems to have settled into a new normal. 

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Apart from uncertainty caused by global turmoil and the current political landscape, the office furniture industry seems primed for at least two more years of positive, albeit modest, growth.

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The number of entrepreneur-themed programs developed for non-business students continues to grow across West Michigan liberal arts schools.

Published in Education

JACKSON — Michigan’s second-largest electric utility says it is developing a program to meet the needs of large energy users who want more of their electricity to come from renewable sources

Published in Energy

While revenues declined slightly in the fourth quarter, Steelcase Inc. benefited from a tax restructuring and the partial sale of an investment to drive earnings.

Published in In the News

Ford Motor Co. has tapped board member and longtime Steelcase Inc. CEO Jim Hackett to lead and launch a new mobility subsidiary.

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After a series of tax restructurings in the company’s Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) market, Steelcase Inc. executives increased revenue projections for the company’s fourth quarter, which ended Feb. 26, 2016.

Published in In the News

Revenue for Steelcase (NYSE: SCS) in the third quarter that ended Nov. 27 dipped to $787.6 million, a decrease of 1.5 percent from the same period in the previous year. At the same time, the company posted diluted earnings of 28 cents per share, missing the guidance offered in the previous quarter by 1 cent.

Published in In the News

West Michigan might become a more equitable place for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) workers. That’s according to the recently released 2016 Corporate Equality Index published annually by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, a national LGBT civil rights organization.

Published in In the News

After years of steady growth, executives at Nuvar Inc. needed to make a choice. The Holland-based contract manufacturer could either continue to lease a small facility to ease capacity constraints at its main production center, or it could make a larger investment and purchase an additional building that would better position the business to grow.

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