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Elijah Brumback

Elijah Brumback

Staff Writer

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As the economy has improved, banks have been slow to get back into financing commercial real estate development projects.

Compromise has long been the vehicle for peace treaties, choosing what movie to see on date night and countless other scenarios in life.

The East Hills and Orchard Hills athletic clubs could soon be under new ownership.

More than a quarter million square feet of vacant industrial and office space in West Michigan could soon find a new user.

Logistics companies and economic developers want to study the local logistics industry so they can band together to better advocate for the sector and forge collaborations.

Tired buildings and the need for more space are pushing one renowned Michigan arts school toward a multimillion dollar expansion of its campus.

Big data is transforming the logistics industry and enabling service providers to offer sophisticated supply chain management tools to more middle market companies.

West Michigan companies that want to watch their energy usage but lack the in-house capabilities to manage it effectively have a new local option: outsourced energy management.

Crystal Flash Energy President Tom Fehsenfeld has been finding a promising climate for acquisitions across Michigan lately. In the last 20 months, Crystal Flash acquired six companies — four of them in the last 12 months. These six acquisitions added nearly $70 million in revenue to the petroleum and fuels wholesale distribution firm, more than $50 million of which occurred in the last year.

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