Essence Restaurant Group will bring its popular Green Well Gastropub restaurant brand to northern Kent County.
A pair of longtime homebrewers plan to turn their hobby into a business on the east end of 28th Street.
Collins & Associates in Grand Rapids has acquired insurance broker SAIF Agency Group Inc. in Kingsley, just south of Traverse City.
The West Michigan office of commercial real estate brokerage Colliers International Inc. has expanded to the Lansing market.
Following a leadership succession plan put into place more than a year ago, Kalamazoo-based First National Bank of Michigan promoted Daniel Bitzer to president and CEO.
Mercantile Bank Corp. today reported higher earnings to end 2016, driven by strong loan growth.
GRAND RAPIDS — Middle-market companies across the Midwest expect smaller sales and employment gains in 2017 than their counterparts nationally, a sign that regional business growth is possibly peaking.
Battle Creek Area Community Federal Credit Union plans to merge into Berrien Springs-based Honor Credit Union.
Grand Haven CPA firm Walburg+Associates PC merged into Brickley DeLong PC in Grand Rapids.
An affiliate of Lansing-based development firm The Gillespie Co. Inc. plans to build a new mixed-use project at 2216 and 2224 East Michigan Ave. in the state’s capitol.
Two veteran West Michigan dealership executives have acquired Grand Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Lowell.
The West Michigan region’s largest airport continues to set records for passenger traffic.
Global food giant Kellogg Co. will be getting a new CFO next month.
Chick-fil-A Inc. seems relentless in its desire to secure a location near Knapp Street and East Beltline Avenue on Grand Rapids’ northeast side.
Schupan & Sons Inc. has acquired a majority interest in Trinity Metals, a metals recycler based in Indianapolis.
Advia Credit Union plans to buy a Wisconsin bank.
After opening its first West Michigan office late last year, Level One Bank has brought on veteran commercial banker Doug Kohlbeck as a senior vice president.
NVINT Services LLC plans to invest $364,000 in a facility expansion project that will allow the West Michigan technology company to adhere to its “aggressive growth trajectory” and meet customer demands.
A recently completed acquisition could help SpartanNash Co. (NASDAQ: SPTN) expand its presence in the food distribution space
Denso International America Inc. has joined the growing rank of organizations developing autonomous vehicle technology in Southeast Michigan.