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Global Mobility Forum Led by Bill Ford to be Held in Detroit in September

An invitation-only group of more than 250 global automotive and technology leaders, as well as government officials, will come together Sept. 28-29 in Detroit for the World Mobility Leadership Forum, an event with a goal of beginning a worldwide conversation about how mobility solutions can address societal challenges.

Angel Investors in Michigan Have Increased Nearly 60% in Five Years, New Investment Guide Reports

Ann Arbor-based Michigan Venture Capital Association has released its 2016 Michigan Entrepreneurial and Investment Landscape Guide, which shows the nine angel groups comprised of 294 investors is an increase of 59 percent from 2011. A 10th angel group is forming, as well.

McLaren Oakland Offers Robotic Assistance Technology for Knee Replacements

McLaren Oakland, a Pontiac-based, 328-bed specialty care hospital, is the first facility in southeast Michigan to offer the Navio Surgical System, a technology that utilizes robotic assistance and surgical instruments for partial knee replacements.

Study: 51% of Tech Workers Believe Current Skills Will be Outdated in 3 Years

More than half (51 percent) of tech workers feel their current IT skills will become outdated in the next three years, while nearly one-quarter (23 percent) believe their skills will be outdated in less than a year, says a new study released by VisionPRO, a Detroit-based IT staffing and permanent placement company.

Comcast Launches DVR with Cloud Technology in Michigan

Comcast X1 customers across Michigan can now download programs they have recorded on their DVR to watch on IP-enabled devices, such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones, or stream them using an internet connection.

Flotation Therapy Center to Open in Clawson

Motor City Float, a new center that offers flotation therapy — an experience where individuals enter an isolation tank filled with Epsom salt water for relaxation, meditation, pain relief purposes, and more — is expected to open later this year in Clawson. The company plans to expand throughout the region.

Ford Motor Credit Chairman and CEO Bernard Silverstone to Retire After 37 Years

Dearborn-based Ford Motor Co. today announced that Bernard Silverstone, group vice president of Ford, and chairman and CEO of Ford Motor Credit Co., will retire in October after 37 years with the company.

Level One Bancorp Enters Grand Rapids Market

Farmington Hills-based Level One Bancorp Inc. announced today that it plans to enter into the Grand Rapids marketplace with the addition of a new location. The expansion marks the first time Level One has opened a property outside of southeast Michigan.

Beaumont Earns Outstanding Achievement Award, Reaccreditation from Commission on Cancer

The Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons has recognized the cancer programs at Beaumont hospitals in Grosse Pointe, Royal Oak, and Troy as Outstanding Achievement Award recipients.

U-M School of Art and Design to Open New Ann Arbor Gallery Space

The Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design at the University of Michigan will open a new gallery space in downtown Ann Arbor that will feature rotating exhibitions of contemporary art and design by the school’s students, faculty, and alumni. The gallery is expected to open early next year.

St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Opens Imaging Center in Clarkston

Pontiac-based St. Joseph Mercy Oakland has opened its new Clarkston Imaging Center, which will offer services such as digital X-rays, 3-D mammograms, and ultrasounds.

Cambridge Consulting Group Relocates to Royal Oak

Cambridge Consulting Group, a privately held insurance and financial services consulting firm, has relocated its headquarters from The Columbia Center in Troy to a 20,000-square-foot office space in downtown Royal Oak. The company plans to add 25 employees over the next three years.

Exclusive: Two New Residential Buildings Planned for Detroit’s Capitol Park

For the first time in decades, Detroit’s Capitol Park district behind the Westin Book Cadillac Hotel will see the addition of new buildings. Over the last three years, the district, built around a triangular park that replaced the first state capitol from 1837, has been undergoing a complete renovation.

Homearama 2016 to Open in September

Homearama 2016, a collection of eight custom-built, luxury homes in Macomb Township presented by the Home Builders Association of Southeastern Michigan, will open to the public on Sept. 23.

GMC Canyon to Feature Broader 2017 Lineup

With an 18-percent sales increase so far this year, GMC today announced a broader 2017 GMC Canyon lineup, which features the new Canyon Denali and All Terrain X.
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