Items Tagged with 'Wolverine Worldwide'


Town votes to sue Wolverine Worldwide

March 15, 2018
A town in the area has voted to join a federal lawsuit against Wolverine Worldwide. Read More

BLM reveals economic action plan

Goal of campaign is for Michigan to be a ‘top 10 state’ by improving K-12 education, job-training systems, college affordability.

March 9, 2018
Business Leaders for Michigan recently unveiled a strategic plan and public awareness campaign, highlighting what members believe is the best approach toward a healthy economy. Read More

Footwear brand names president

March 9, 2018
A maker of footwear and apparel has selected a new president for one of its shoe brands. Read More

Footwear brand releases new hiking boots

March 2, 2018
An outdoor footwear brand has created a new line of award-winning hiking boots. Read More

Township votes to sue Wolverine Worldwide

February 27, 2018
A township in the area plans to sue a neighboring maker of footwear and apparel. Read More

Partners producing Women's Day event downtown

February 12, 2018
Three organizations in the region are hosting an event downtown this month to celebrate International Women’s Day. Read More

Wolverine Worldwide committing $40M to groundwater issues

February 9, 2018
| By AP
Wolverine Worldwide said it expects to spend $40 million addressing groundwater issues in the area. Read More

Wolverine Worldwide: Dump sites not responsible for lead in water

February 8, 2018
| By AP
A footwear and apparel maker that's working to clean up dump sites in the area said it doesn't believe the contamination is responsible for reports of elevated lead levels in water. Read More

College rates publicly traded West Michigan companies on 'trustworthiness'

February 1, 2018
Several publicly traded West Michigan companies have been rated on their “trustworthiness.” Read More

Michigan sues Wolverine Worldwide

January 11, 2018
LANSING — Michigan environmental regulators are suing Wolverine Worldwide over widely used industrial chemical contaminants that were dumped into the ground decades ago and have seeped into drinking water, saying the lawsuit is necessary to lock into place response efforts and reimburse the government for past and future costs. Read More