The West Michigan industrial economy experienced slow but accelerated growth, according to the results of a monthly survey compiled by Brian G. Long, director of Supply Management Research in the Seidman College of Business at Grand Valley State University.
Support for Microsoft Windows XP ends April 8, leaving anyone using the operating system open to hackers, malware, security breaches and with no technical support, unless you pay big money for it.
Two days after touting a $625 million investment over the past three years in its networks in metro Detroit, AT&T released investment figures for other Michigan metropolitan areas. AT&T also announced the availability of its 4G LTE high-speed data service in the Traverse City area.
“I just started crying … I’m like, `I know it wasn’t me.”‘
Grand Rapids-based Blackford Capital has announced the acquisition of Grand Haven-based Grand Transformers Inc., a designer and manufacturer of transformers and inductive components for the elevator, power quality, medical, instrumentation and energy industries.
Students from Baker College of Jackson won the Michigan Collegiate Cyber Defense competition in Grand Rapids. The 10-member team competed against teams from colleges and universities throughout the state and will represent Michigan at the Midwest regional competition, March 28-29, in Palos Hills, Ill.
Dematic, the Grand Rapids-based United States operation of the logistics equipment manufacturer based in Luxembourg, has rolled out Dematic iQ, software that extends beyond traditional warehouse control systems into knowledge-based logistics optimization.
An ex-lunchroom aide who authorities say paid students to beat up a fourth-grader has been sentenced to 7 days in jail and a year of probation.
The Grand Rapids-based technology consulting firm C/D/H has moved its southeast Michigan office from Royal Oak to downtown Detroit.
Consumers Energy is encouraging businesses from the Indiana line to the Upper Peninsula to save energy by sponsoring the West Michigan Battle of the Buildings, a friendly competition that will run through the rest of this year.