Gov. Rick Snyder
Gov. Rick Snyder Friday announced that Hark Orchids L.P., an orchid grower headquartered in Lippstadt, Germany, will invest $5 million to establish its first location outside of Germany in Kalamazoo.
The latest staffing, leadership and boardroom news from Michigan’s technology-focused companies and institutions
The Lansing Economic Area Partnership’s senior vice president of business development, Ray De Winkle, will embark on a trip to Europe as part of Gov. Rick Snyder’s European Mission.
Snyder answered that they should want this deal, that it’s good for the city and that they have to act.
The Michigan Court of Appeals has upheld part of a lower court’s ruling involving redistricting in Oakland County.
Several fireworks companies are suing over what they call Michigan’s excessive insurance requirements under a new state law.
State Representative John Olumba sent a letter to the 15 members of the Wayne County Commission urging them to pass a resolution asking Gov. Rick Snyder to begin removal hearings.
While Highland Park School officials were making their case against the state sending in an emergency financial manager, Governor Rick Snyder sent parents a letter telling them why Lansing should be involved.
One state lawmaker says an emergency manager would not work for the City of Detroit.
Louder, more powerful fireworks will become legal in Michigan in plenty of time for the next Fourth of July through legislation signed Tuesday by Gov. Rick Snyder.