Items Tagged with 'merger'

ARTICLES

Exhibition companies merge

April 7, 2015
The Titanic and dinosaurs are coming together. Read More

Law firm travels south for merger

March 30, 2015
A law firm with a statewide presence will grow by 118 attorneys come May 1, thanks to a merger with a Texas firm. Read More

Now is the time to buy or sell a business

An M&A expert says three good years of business and low interest rates are a magic combo.

January 9, 2015
“Right now is the perfect market” for selling or buying a business, according to Randy Rua of Rua Associates. Read More

M&A activity will continue to make headlines in 2015

January 9, 2015
Mergers and acquisitions will continue to make headlines in 2015 as a positive climate is expected to continue for both buyers and sellers. Read More

Mercantile reports first full quarter after merger

It is now the fourth largest bank domiciled in Michigan.

November 21, 2014
There were some trying moments for Mercantile Bank Corp. over the past 16 months, but it may be smoother sailing ahead for the Grand Rapids-based organization, which just reported results of its first full quarter after a major merger with Firstbank Corp. of Alma. Read More

IT company merges with software firm

November 17, 2014
With a merger deal in place, a growing IT firm has fulfilled its co-founder’s “vision” for the company. Read More

Credit unions merge

October 10, 2014
A $40-million credit union is merging with a larger credit union on the east side of the state. Read More

Residential developer merges with Arizona firm

September 17, 2014
A developer of luxury residential communities has joined forces with an Arizona-based partner. Read More

Credit unions merge

July 16, 2014
Two credit unions in the region are merging. Read More

Business mergers and acquisitions for strategic growth are on rise

A rebounding economy has firms looking for quick expansion, but there are risks involved.

July 11, 2014
A local risk management firm is seeing a trend toward mergers and acquisitions as businesses gain confidence in economic stability. Read More