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The Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan announced Thursday that Don Simon will be replacing Jim Robinson as company CEO, effective upon Robinson’s retirement June 1.

Foam fabricator G&T Industries Inc. has acquired Woodbury, Tenn.-based upholster Crane Interiors Inc.

Seeking to cuts losses from reduced Medicare funding, Sunset Retirement Communities and Services plans to close a rehabilitation center in Jenison and replace it with a memory center for dementia patients.

BlueJay Solutions Co. has moved into office space in southern Ottawa County.

Consumers Credit Union moves to new headquarters

Written by | Thursday, 04 January 2018 15:50 |

Nearly 150 Consumers Credit Union employees from four different locations have come together in one new three-story, 92,000-square-foot headquarters.

Mixed-use development keeps making its way to the Bridge Street corridor just west of downtown Grand Rapids.

A Mid-Michigan distributor of groundwater well equipment has been acquired by a publicly-traded national competitor.

Lakewood Fab Tech LLC has been acquired by the owner of its primary cross-town customer.

The sibling owners of downtown Grand Rapids bar and music venue The Pyramid Scheme have bought out a long-time partner and are now the sole owners of not only the business, but also the affiliated real estate.’s most-read stories of 2017

Written by | Monday, 01 January 2018 19:52 |

Readers of gravitated to stories about a West Michigan farm operator’s ongoing financial struggles in 2017.

Emeryville, Calif.-based Devon Self Storage has acquired a family-owned portfolio of self-storage facilities including two in Holland Charter Township and another in Georgetown Township.

A Zeeland-based subcontractor has acquired electrical contractor Pyramid Control Inc. of Midland.

In its first major acquisition under new ownership, Holland-based JR Automation Technologies LLC has acquired the automation systems business of Waverly, Iowa-based Doerfer Corp.

After outgrowing its Lansing-area facility, global apparel manufacturer Cintas Corporate Services Inc. now plans a $17 million expansion that’s expected to create 70 jobs.

An investment from one of the world’s largest suppliers positions AlSentis LLC to penetrate the automotive market far further with its touch-control technology.

The tax cut enacted by Congress has Fifth Third Bancorp planning to raise the minimum wage it pays employees to $15 an hour and pay a $1,000 one-time bonus.

Gerbel & Co. merges with Hungerford Nichols

Written by | Wednesday, 20 December 2017 13:01 |

Hungerford Nichols CPAs + Advisors in Grand Rapids merged with Gerbel & Co. PC in St. Joseph.

Kentwood baby products firm sells for $6.5 million

Written by | Wednesday, 20 December 2017 10:56 |

Sassy 14 LLC, a producer and marketer of products for the development of babies, was acquired by Hamco Inc. in Gonzales, La.

Precision manufacturer to expand in Lansing

Written by | Wednesday, 20 December 2017 10:52 |

An international high-precision manufacturer announced Thursday it would invest $14.5 million into a Lansing-based project, adding 160 jobs.

The developers of a mixed-use project on Michigan Street have received an added $1 million in state incentives to offset unforeseen costs and finish the project.

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