Items Tagged with 'Fifth Third Bank'

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Strategist: Recession is on deck

Expert says current U.S. economic expansion is in ‘bottom of the eighth with two outs.’

August 30, 2019
Although economic expansions have no built-in timer, enough “stresses and strains” are piling up that a market analyst believes the likelihood of a mild recession is around 30% next year and 50% in 2021. Read More

Bank raising minimum wage to $18 an hour

August 7, 2019
A bank with a large West Michigan presence is raising its minimum hourly wage for the second time in two years. Read More

Bank foundation giving $100K to nonprofit

June 10, 2019
A bank foundation is presenting a $100,000 grant to a nonprofit that provides homes for families. Read More

Bank releases corporate social responsibility report

June 7, 2019
A bank with a large West Michigan presence has published a progress report on four main areas of corporate responsibility. Read More

Bank matching donations to zoo

June 5, 2019
A bank has committed to matching up to $20,000 in donations to John Ball Zoo. Read More

Fifth Third acquires savings app

Dobot helps customers with personal savings goals through a ‘fun and engaging’ digital interface.

March 22, 2019
If you’re looking to save some dough, there’s a bot that can help you with that. Read More

Meijer Gardens reveals three summer concerts

February 13, 2019
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park has announced three of the acts that will be part of its summer concert series. Read More

Change Ups: Welding instructor earns $500 award

February 8, 2019
Rich Currie, welding instructor for Allegan County Area Technical and Education Center, received the 2019 Lakeshore Advantage Visionary Award at the recent Lakeshore Advantage annual meeting. Read More

Firm buys 15-story office building

January 2, 2019
A developer has acquired an 80,000-square-foot office building in the region. Read More

Bank foundation awards $300K to nonprofits

November 26, 2018
A bank foundation has awarded six West Michigan organizations grants totaling $300,000. Read More