Five West Michigan companies rank among the top performing organizations in the nation for providing an inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) workers.
Universal Forest Products Inc. has purchased its second Australian firm.
Stakeholders looking to redevelop one of West Michigan’s most storied industrial sites and attract high-quality manufacturing jobs have brought on a new partner.
Meijer Inc. President Rick Keyes has been promoted to the role of CEO of the privately-held grocery retailer.
Spurred on by the likes of developers such as Rockford Construction Co. Inc., Ryan Ogle now hopes to make his own mark along the Bridge Street corridor on Grand Rapids’ west side.
Neogen Corp. has acquired Quat-Chem Ltd., a chemical manufacturer of biocidal cleaning and disinfectant products based in the United Kingdom.
James “Jim” Gill will be the new President & CEO of Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
Grand Angels has named Tim Parker, a former R&D executive at Bissell Inc., as its new president.
Drug developer Tetra Discovery Partners LLC said it’s closed on $5 million in new venture capital funding.
Detroit-based law firm Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP plans to open a Grand Rapids office led by veteran M&A attorney Tracy Larsen.
LANSING — The Michigan Economic Development Corp. could expand its toolbox of incentives under a proposed payroll tax abatement program.
GRAND RAPIDS — Randy Rua left NuVescor Group LLC seven years ago to break out on his own and launch an M&A firm that focused on working with small business owners.
Here is the MiBiz Growth Report for Nov. 28, 2016:
A microbrewery could soon makes its way to Grand Rapids’ southeast side.
Brian Britton has been named president and CEO of National Heritage Academies.
Riverside, Mo.-based NorthPoint Development sees opportunity in former automotive manufacturing sites around the state’s capitol.
Insurance broker Acrisure LLC of Caledonia has completed the $2.9 billion management-led buyout of private equity firm Genstar Capital.
Madcap Coffee Company Inc. plans to expand its downtown presence.
Grand Rapids Community College has today named Bill Pink as the college’s next president.
After a successful launch last year in Kent County, Priority Health has extended a narrow-network insurance product into Southwestern Michigan for consumers who buy their own health coverage.