In 2017, angels invested more than $41 million in 70 Michigan companies, according to a report released Tuesday by the Michigan Angel Community, a new statewide initiative managed by Spark in Ann Arbor. The company recently completed its first annual research report.
Downtown Detroit’s Holiday Inn Express and Suites has been acquired by Glenmont Capital
Management, a New York-based real estate investment firm, Glenmont announced today. The property will undergo a $10 million renovation and be rebranded to an upscale boutique Hotel Indigo.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, Nikolai Vitti, superintendent of Detroit Public Schools Community District, and officials from Quicken Loans and Bedrock today announced a $1 million investment in the Breithaupt Career and Technical School.
Kraig Biocraft Laboratories Inc., an Ann Arbor developer of genetically engineered spider silk-based fiber technologies, today announced it has received an investment registration certificate for the establishment of its new Vietnamese subsidiary, Prodigy Textiles Co. Ltd.
Massachusetts’ Ameresco Inc., an energy efficiency and renewable energy company, today announced the landfill gas to renewable natural gas facility at Waste Management’s Woodland Meadows Landfill in Wayne has achieved EPA approval and is now in operation.
Owners of more than 7 million eligible Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and Cadillac vehicles in the United States can now have Amazon packages delivered inside of their vehicles, General Motors Co. announced today.
Detroit’s Henry Ford Health System is the first in the state to use robotic imaging technology for brain and spinal surgeries using the Modus V, a robotic arm developed from technology used on the International Space Station, the health care organization announced today.
Researchers at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor have created organic solar cells that can achieve 15 percent efficiency, which is in the range of many conventional solar panels on the market. The advancement will make more flexible, inexpensive solar cells commercially viable.
More than 15,000 students grades K-12 from 25 states and 45 countries are slated to compete in the global FIRST Championship in Detroit this week (April 25-28), spending an estimated $30 million in the city.
The first quarter was the third-best start for new housing permits in the area since 2006, according to a report released today compiled by the Home Builders Association of Southeastern Michigan in Farmington Hills, and reported in the HBA Southeastern Michigan Residential Building Activity Report.
Swift Biosciences in Ann Arbor has announced the commercial release of its Accel-Amplicon Plus Cancer NGS Panels, a suite of nine tumor-specific and focused gene panels to facilitate targeted cancer sequencing.
The region’s water economy, stretching from the southern end of Lake Huron to the northern tip of Lake Erie, is a major economic generator — but more marketing efforts could drive expenditures for fishing, boating, and charters even further.