Television stations around Michigan and nationwide are considering auctioning off valuable broadcast spectrum for potentially tens of millions of dollars to make room for mobile wireless development.
The JPMorgan Chase Foundation recently awarded Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) a $45,000 grant to develop the institution’s industrial sewing and logistics programs.
Byron Center-based SpartanNash Co. (Nasdaq: SPTN) announced today it will become the primary wholesaler for western Wisconsin grocery chain Gordy’s Market.
Backed with a $5 million capital injection, Community Shores Bank Corp. has emerged from an era of increased regulatory oversight.
JW Millwork distributes molding products domestically and internationally from its facility in Wyoming. The company also maintains facilities in Kansas City, Houston, Connecticut and South Carolina.
A Pennsylvania provider of rehabilitation and long-term care still wants to enter the Michigan market after pulling out of the potential acquisition of the former Southwest Regional Rehabilitation Center facility in Battle Creek.
Precision Aerospace Corp. has acquired the assets of Comstock Park-based CNC Precision Machining LLC, according to a statement released today.
Over the course of 2015, the Zeeland-based economic development firm helped create 780 new jobs and facilitate $110 million of private investment among 22 companies in Ottawa County, according to a statement.
Gentex Corp. (NASDAQ: GNTX) has partnered with Tennessee-based TransCore to launch a vehicle-integrated tolling system for drivers using the country’s toll roads.
The readers of MiBiz.com seem to have an unquenchable thirst for stories related to craft beer and retail. That’s the takeaway as we look back on the most-read stories published in 2015.