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Mark Sanchez
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From startup to mature company, MiBiz takes a look at the proposed sale of MPI Research to Charles River Laboratories and how acquisitions impact a community. Also, credit union consolidation and Mary Free Bed's research aims.

Mark Sanchez
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Owners of West Michigan cideries and distilleries talk about growth and appeal. Hospital systems seeking savings are disrupting the health care sector with innovative ideas.

Mark Sanchez
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MiBiz senior writer Mark Sanchez focuses on mergers and acquisitions in 2018.

Mark Sanchez
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MiBiz senior writer, Mark Sanchez, talks with area business leaders discussing their views on what lies ahead for the West Michigan economy in 2018.

Mark Sanchez
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Despite gains made by early-stage startups, MiBiz senior writer Mark Sanchez takes a closer look at funding gaps making it difficult for these startups to find capital.

Mark Sanchez
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State and local governments debate who should regulate short-term rental properties. Also, a new survey indicates a strong M&A market.

Mark Sanchez
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West Michigan employers tackle tech talent shortage and look for new ways to get a handle on health benefit costs.

Mark Sanchez
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How the new $88 million Michigan State University Grand Rapids Research Center will impact the local economy and a look at how family-owned businesses preserve their legacy.

Mark Sanchez
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We discuss a movement backed by some Grand Rapids entertainment district establishment owners pushing for laws allowing for open containers. Also, health care consumerism backed by health insurance providers.

Mark Sanchez
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Local businesses continue efforts mitigating cyber threats. We also update the U of M and Metro Health partnership six months into the affiliation and how creatives are navigating real estate supply and demand pressures.  

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