Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan made $122 million in 2016 across all of its businesses, although the state’s largest health insurer again lost money on health insurance policies.
A project to build a 24-unit multifamily development in Hart has secured nearly $3.7 million in loans from the board of the Michigan State Housing Development Authority.
The parent company of MC Sports says it plans to wind down operations at its corporate headquarters and distribution center starting the end of March.
The state’s economic development body today voted to approve incentives for two mixed-use development projects around downtown Grand Rapids.
Metro Health Village has become a focal point for hospitality projects this week.
The development arm of Grand Rapids-based general contracting firm Orion Construction Co. Inc. plans to build a new hotel in the southwest corner of Kent County.
Post Community Credit Union in Battle Creek plans to merge into Berrien Springs-based Honor Credit Union.
Perrigo Co. plc’s drive to improve operations and earnings includes the elimination of 750 non-manufacturing positions globally.
A long-planned hotel north of downtown Grand Rapids will begin construction tomorrow.
Operations at Family Christian Stores will wind down over the next month, according to a state filing from the company.
Mercantile Bank Corp. plans to open a commercial loan office in Troy that will eventually grow to a full-service branch.
Grocery retailer and distributor SpartanNash Co. plans to unveil a new e-commerce service that will allow customers to order products online and pick them up at a store.
GRAND RAPIDS — The announcement yesterday that Family Christian Stores plans to close all 240 of its stores in 36 states sent shockwaves through an already struggling industry.
Nearly two years after emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Family Christian Stores said today that it planned to cease all operations.
Strong performance in its fleet vehicle business lifted sales for Spartan Motors Inc. throughout 2016.