Data Strategy LLC announced this month it would open a sales and engineering office in Atlanta to serves as the firm’s southeastern hub.
The second-generation of the Walcott and Laning families has acquired 50 percent of Premier Freight Management Corp. of Holland.
Metro Health Hospital says it secured a $1 million settlement against the former head of the Metro Health Foundation.
Custom Profile Inc. has acquired the plastic extrusion business from Wisconsin-based Bemis Manufacturing Company.
Four of the top five investments by venture capital firms in the state went to West Michigan companies in the third quarter.
The Grand Rapids chapter of American Institute of Architects (AIA) held its annual Honor Awards Gala last night. Twenty entries were submitted this year, in categories such as: individual buildings, interior architecture and small commercial design. That’s fewer entries than a year ago, but it isn’t a bad thing, according to Thom Danckaert, Grand Rapids AIA board president and lead design architect at Grand Rapids-based Progressive AE.
DP Fox Ventures LLC, the family office of Dan and Pamella DeVos, today announced its acquisition of the Edge Ice Arena in Holland.
Royal Technologies Corporation will invest $33.7 million to construct a new facility in Jamestown Charter Township.
Metal Mechanics Inc. will add seven jobs as part of a $1.25 million investment in Schoolcraft, according to a statement.
CWD Real Estate Investment Inc.’s purchase of the Fifth Third Bancorp. campus in downtown Grand Rapids is a done deal.
Kalamazoo Sanitary Supply Inc. (KSS Enterprises) this week announced the completion of its expanded headquarters facility on the south side of Kalamazoo.
Newly-awarded federal funds will help Western Michigan University (WMU) move forward with the second phase of its high-tech business park.
Executives answering the latest survey by Business Leaders for Michigan expect both the state and U.S. economies to grow at a slower pace through 2017.
Tigmaster Company, a Baroda-based provider of laser cutting, water jet, welding and other services, plans to invest nearly $200,000 into facility expansion project.
A manufacturer of a variety of oral care products has closed a deal with Toronto-based BrushPoint.