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Pfizer Inc. is the first manufacturer to take advantage of the Good Jobs for Michigan incentive program signed into law a year ago by Gov. Rick Snyder.

Chemical Bank hired Krista Flynn as its regional president for West Michigan.

SpartanNash Co. will not meet the original employment projections included in a 2013 state incentive package.

Doctors employed by North Ottawa Community Health System went to work today for Mercy Health.

MiBiz Growth Report: July 23, 2018

Written by | Sunday, 22 July 2018 16:55 |

Here is the MiBiz Growth Report for July 23, 2018.

A decision handed down this week by the Michigan Court of Appeals could offer some clarity for the state’s municipalities as they evaluate land use and zoning policies for the medical marijuana industry.

A West Michigan farm is suing a South Dakota-based wholesale operation for failing to pay for produce.

JR Automation Technologies LLC plans to invest $4 million into its facility in Holland Charter Township.

Universal Forest Products Inc. put up record sales and earnings for the company’s 12th straight quarter.

Under a new agreement with Airbnb Inc., visitors to Kent County who use the vacation rental webite will pay the municipality’s 5 percent lodging excise tax.

Tina Freese Decker, who started at Spectrum Health 16 years ago and steadily moved up the executive leadership ranks, will become its next president and CEO on Sept. 1.

Mercantile Bank Corp. today reported higher earnings for the second quarter and first half of 2018.

Ford Airport adds nonstop flights to Miami

Written by | Monday, 16 July 2018 16:03 |

American Airlines Inc. will begin offering daily nonstop flights to Miami from the Gerald R. Ford International Airport later this year.

GRAND RAPIDS — Two Grand Rapids City Commissioners have signaled their support for more liberal zoning regulations for businesses in the medical marijuana industry.

A Pennsylvania-based manufacturer of specialty polymers has acquired Alumilite Corp.

West Michigan’s economy remained in growth mode at mid-year, as a monthly industrial activity index recorded improvements in most categories.

The parent company of a lakeshore manufacturer plans to sell to a Southeast Michigan automotive supplier.

Lakeland Health in St. Joseph will become part of Spectrum Health if the two can work out final details to integrate.

The Right Place Inc. has entered into a three-year contract to provide economic development services to Oceana County.

Holland-based venture fund cultivate(MD) Capital Fund II LP has invested in SafKan Health Inc., a Seattle, Wash.-based developer of a headphone system that removes ear wax.

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