Beaumont Hospital, Grosse Pointe has received the highest honor for nursing excellence through the Magnet recognition program of the American Nurses Credentialing Center, a subsidiary of the American Nurses Association. Established in 1994, Magnet recognizes health care organizations for nursing excellence, quality patient care, and innovations in professional nursing practice.
Nino Salvaggio International Marketplace, a speciality grocer with locations in St. Clair Shores, Troy, and Clinton Township, and a fourth location in Bloomfield Township coming this summer (southwest corner of Maple and Telegraph roads), today announced the launch of Nino's Fresh2Go, an online shopping service.
Adient, an automotive seating manufacturer based in Detroit, has partnered with India's Arvind Limited, a textile company, to form Adient Arvind Automotive Fabrics, a joint venture that will develop, manufacture, and sell automotive fabrics in India.
Lost Mitten in Bloomfield Hills has announced it has received formal registration and the approval announcement of its ski-training ring design from the U.S. Patent Office. The device, called SkiRing, helps skiers learn proper hand placement and stance.
The board of the Michigan Land Bank Fast Track Authority today approved proposals to sell the property where the Michigan State Fair was once held to the city of Detroit and Magic Plus. The latter entity includes former NBA and Michigan State University star basketball player, Earvin "Magic" Johnson.
The Connor Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit, the former production home of the Dodge Viper, will get a second life. Today, FAC US in Auburn Hills announced that the plant will be used as an internal meeting and display space that will showcase the company's concept and historic vehicle collection.
An American-style bistro called Empire Kitchen and Cocktails is slated to open in May in the Brush Park Historic District in Detroit, with the official opening date to be announced next month. The restaurant will be on the first level of The Scott at Brush Park at 3150 Woodward Ave., near Little Caesars Arena.
BBG, a national commercial real estate valuation, advisory, and assessment firm in Dallas, today announced that its Michigan office in Livonia has relocated to the Brush Park Historic District in Detroit. The company operates 25 offices across the nation.
The median sales price of homes in southeastern Michigan rose 8.6 percent to $189,425 in February, from $174,400 in the same period in 2017, according to figures compiled by RE/MAX of Southeastern Michigan in Troy.
Business Leaders for Michigan today issued its review of best practices in K-12 education and a set of principles that can lead to better student performance, with the goal of making Michigan one of the nation's top 10 states for student learning and talent development.
Troy-based Rehmann, a top 40 accounting and advisory firm, and Grandville, Mich.-based Trivalent Group, a top 100 managed IT service provider, are slated to combine, effective April 1. The addition of Trivalent will allow Rehmann to launch a managed IT solutions practice that serves to broaden the service offerings of both firms.
New battery-electric platforms, along with the promise of solid-state technology, are powering the emerging autonomous vehicle industry, but reaching a critical mass will have to wait for the next energy crisis.