Items Tagged with 'Rockford'


Byrne Electrical growth surge pinned to mobile technology

Expansion project hopes to revitalize northern community.

October 30, 2015
The growth of the technology industry is having a significant impact on a local manufacturer. Read More

Inside Track: Young finds wrestling with city government enjoyable

Michael Young, 20-year city manager of Rockford, also heads the Michigan Local Government Management Association.

April 3, 2015
Michael Young must have been cut out for city management. Read More

Change Ups: Credit union issues promotions, new hire

February 21, 2014
Meijer Credit Union announced the promotion of David Eyke to vice president of commercial and consumer lending; he has worked for Meijer CU since April 2013. Read More

Learning studio brings neuroscience to business

November 22, 2013
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Businesses can learn a lot from neuroscience, according to Denise VanEck, owner of the newly opened Thought Design Learning Studio in Rockford. Read More

Wolverine Worldwide earns $54.4M in 3Q13

October 8, 2013
| By AP
Wolverine Worldwide’s fiscal third-quarter net income climbed 66 percent, as footwear sales improved across many of its brands. Read More

Wolverine Worldwide unboxes Mega Sample Sale

September 24, 2013
Imagine getting lost in an annual shoe sale so big, it features 14,000 pairs of shoes. Read More

Wolverine Worldwide earns $17.9M in 2Q

July 9, 2013
| By AP
Wolverine Worldwide's fiscal second-quarter net income fell 13 percent on costs related to a recent acquisition. Read More

RedWater Restaurant Group acquires Reds on the River

June 10, 2013
A brand new company now owns four of the region's more notable restaurants. Read More

Wolverine Worldwide earns $29.8M in 1Q

April 16, 2013
| By AP
Wolverine Worldwide's first quarter net income fell 5 percent, as expenses rose and it incurred a one-time charge. Read More

Rockford Restaurant Week serves up customers

April 2, 2013
Rockford Restaurant Week participants and organizers are pleased with the turnout and revenue from the inaugural event. Read More