Plans to build a reported 63-unit, mixed-use development in Grand Rapids’ West Side neighborhood moved forward today with backing from the state.
After a more than year-long dispute over revenue sharing, the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians said yesterday that it had come to a partial agreement with the state of Michigan.
Footwear and apparel marketer Wolverine World Wide Inc. reported better-than-expected result for its second quarter, although sales were down compared to last year.
Grand Rapids-based Ranir LLC, a producer of store-brand and oral-care products, acquired the Rembrandt teeth-whitening brand from Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc.
A waste management system design unveiled in Grand Rapids this past May would enable hospitals world-wide to achieve a seemingly rare feat: saving money by embracing environmental stewardship.
Deerfield, Ill.-based pharmacy and retailer Walgreen Co. will soon open a store along Grand Rapids' Medical Mile, but don't expect to find gallons of milk, paper towel or other grocery staple items there.
The Michigan State Housing Development Authority yesterday approved funding for four West Michigan projects through the Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) financing program.
Despite stagnate revenues, global appliance maker Whirlpool Corp. outpaced financial analysts’ expectations for its second quarter of 2016.
Robust construction and retail markets drove sales in Universal Forest Products Inc.’s second quarter.
Construction management firm The CSM Group Inc. will be the anchor tenant in The Foundry, a new commercial office redevelopment that broke ground today on the north side of downtown Kalamazoo.
Here is the MiBiz Growth Report for July 25, 2016:
• M&A: Gun Lake Rentals LLC of Wayland was acquired by Arya and Austin Khoshnegah. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Founded in 2003 by Alex Cazala, Gun Lake Rentals offers an array of watercraft including boats, jet-skis and kayaks. The company provides training and instruction, indoor and outdoor boat storage, winterizing, pre-season care and sells various boating accessories. Calder Capital LLC in Grand Rapids represented Gun Lake Rentals in the transaction.
BENTON HARBOR — The former president of Lake Michigan College claims she got fired last spring after just four months on the job because she found through an internal assessment that the school lacked compliance with federal rules for student aid.
KALAMAZOO — Achieving two key accreditation milestones this summer shows that the Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine at Western Michigan University is meeting expectations.
Amid growing demand for health care talent, the partners behind a medical assistant apprenticeship program now look to expand the model to other in-demand areas.
The Michigan State University College of Human Medicine wants to get medical students into the real world much sooner with the launch next month of an entirely new curriculum.
The emergence of life sciences-based higher educational institutions continues to have a discernible impact on ancillary development in urban areas across Michigan.
GRAND RAPIDS — From an undisclosed $100 million foreign-backed fund to local real estate agents, investors of all kinds are staking their bets on the Grand Rapids housing market.
SPARTA — Buoyed by a $20 million investment, Tesa Tape Inc. aims to transform one if its West Michigan facilities into the North American hub for adhesive tape production and development.
The mood of the country as reflected in the major political parties suggests a sharp turn against global free trade.
When Deschutes Brewery founder Gary Fish launched a two-year search to locate the Oregon company’s first satellite production facility, one of his top criteria was determining whether the state and local community wanted his business.
Michigan needs to maintain a major push started a decade ago to diversify the state’s economy, according to a study that credits the effort with spurring greater innovation and entrepreneurship.
The trade group for venture capitalists in Michigan wants to form a $100 million fund to match millions in private capital with public investment.
The $1.4 billion merger between Chemical Financial Corp. and Talmer Bancorp Inc. heads to probable close later this year after securing shareholder approvals from both companies.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) today announced a combined $177 million settlement with Canadian energy company Enbridge Inc. over two 2010 oil spills, including one in southern Michigan.
As construction on Holland's new power plant nears completion, the $240 million project announced it had earned the Envision Platinum award from the Washington D.C.-based Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI).
The city of Grand Rapids has received $500,000 in supplemental funding from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Flint Community Schools has selected a Grand Rapids-based public relations firm as its agency of record.
New legislation aims to encourage more investors to get involved in supporting Michigan-based startup companies.
A West Michigan luxury boat builder aims to breathe new life into a facility near Lake Macatawa that once manufactured iconic high-end boats.
Shareholders at Talmer Bancorp Inc. today overwhelmingly backed a proposed $1.4 billion merger with Chemical Financial Corp.
A wholesale nursery with operations in West Michigan has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after struggling financially for several years.
Dow Chemical Co.’s decision to shave 700 workers from its workforce in Midland may prove beneficial for West Michigan manufacturers struggling to fill their talent needs.
A previous plan by Kendall College of Art and Design to acquire and redevelop a Kent County-owned building will not go forward.
Joe Sobieralski has been named interim president and CEO for Battle Creek Unlimited (BCU) following the abrupt departure of previous leader Marie Briganti in late June, according to a statement.