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Continental in Auburn Hills Increases Investment in Silicon Valley Company

Auburn Hills technology company and automotive supplier Continental Thursday announced it is increasing its investment in DigiLens Inc., a company in Silicon Valley specializing in holographic waveguide projection technology. Continental will hold close to 18 percent of DigiLens after its Series C financing round.

Unison, a Data Analytics Firm in Birmingham, Acquires Brand Machine in Troy

Birmingham’s Unison, a data analytics company, today announced it has acquired Troy’s Brand Machine, a brand solution company. The deal closed on May 15. Details of the transaction were not disclosed.

Report: Home Sales Down Year-over-year in Metro Detroit, Sales Prices Rise

Metro Detroit home sales are down 6.6 percent year-over-year while the median sales price is up 6.1 percent, according to RE/MAX of Southeastern Michigan’s April report, released Thursday.

Exponential ETFs in Ann Arbor Attracts More Than $50M to its Flagship Fund

Ann Arbor’s Exponential ETFs, an exchange-traded fund issuer, Thursday announced its flagship fund, the American Customer Satisfaction ETF (ACSI ETF), has attracted more than $50 million in new assets.

Ann Arbor’s NSF International Named Program Manager for Agriculture Certification Program

Ann Arbor’s NSF International, a global public health and safety organization, has been named the program manager for the Regenerative Organic Certified (ROC) program, a holistic agriculture certification focused on pasture-based animal welfare, fairness for farmers and workers, and requirements for soil health and land management.

5Q: Patrick Rugiero on the Spark of Hope Tribute Gala Fundraiser

Patrick Rugiero, executive director of the Roman Village Restaurant Group, which includes Roman Village Cucina Italiana in Dearborn and Antonio’s Cucina Italiana locations in Dearborn Heights, Canton Township, and Farmington Hills, is chairman of the Life Directions 45th Annual Spark of Hope Tribute Gala fundraiser.

Ford Restarts F-150 Production At Dearborn Plant, Partners With Navigation App Waze

Ford Motor Co. in Dearborn today announced it was resuming F-150 production earlier than expected after a shutdown caused by a fire at a key supplier plant, and that it was partnering with the popular navigation app, Waze.

Report: Detroit and Grand Rapids Regions Record High Year-over-year Home Sales Growth

Detroit and Grand Rapids are among the top regions in the United States with the highest year-over-year growth in home sales in April, up 18.3 percent in Grand Rapids and 15.5 percent in Detroit, according to a new report by Redfin, a real estate brokerage based in Seattle.

Renaissance Venture Capital Fund in Ann Arbor Closes $81M Fund III

Renaissance Venture Capital Fund in Ann Arbor announced it has closed its third fund with $81 million of new capital. The fund has raised $205 million since it opened in 2008, making it the largest network fund of its kind in the United States.

New Business and Citizen Coalition in Royal Oak Opposes City Center Development

A group of business leaders, property owners, government officials, and citizens in Royal Oak has formed the Take Back Royal Oak (TBRO) coalition of taxpayers in response to a development rift with the city.

Silicon Valley’s SiTime Expands to Michigan, Opens Center in Dexter to Target Autonomous Vehicles

SiTime in Silicon Valley (Santa Clara), a company in MEMS timing — devices that are used to sequence electronic systems, manage data transfers, define radio frequencies, or measure elapsed time — today announced it has expanded its global footprint with the opening of a new Center of Excellence in Dexter.

The Materialise Experience Brings the Latest Innovations in 3-D Printing to Detroit

Materialise NV, a company offering 3-D printing software and service solutions, will host The Materialise Experience: Transforming 3-D Printing June 7-8 at Cobo Center in Detroit. On June 6, attendees are invited to tour Materialise’s North American headquarters in Plymouth Township where they can take part in a hands-on training program on Materialise software.

Detroit’s Henry Ford Hospital Recognized for Pulmonary Fibrosis Expertise

Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit has received a national designation recognizing its expertise in diagnosing and treating patients with pulmonary fibrosis.

Southfield’s Denso Releases Driver Status Monitor for Commercial Vehicles

Japan’s Denso, which has its North American headquarters in Southfield, today announced it is debuting a driver status monitor, a device designed to reduce the number of traffic accidents involving commercial vehicles.

Plex Systems in Troy Releases App for Shop Floor and Administrative Responsibilities

Plex Systems in Troy, a company offering cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) and manufacturing execution system (MES) for manufacturers, today announced the release of Plex Mobile, an app that works as an extension of the Plex Manufacturing Cloud to handle shop floor and administrative responsibilities, as well as access and share information in real-time from mobile devices.
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Horse Sense

Horseback riding therapy goes digital with new technology from Pittsfield Township's Therapeutic Riding Inc.

Camp Wellness

Nonprofit summer camp in Pinckney has big goals for the next couple of years.

By the Numbers

Jeffrey Sachs grew up in Oak Park, then made his mark as an economist and director of Columbia University’s Center for Sustainable Development in New York City.

Back from the Dead

Battery Solutions in Howell recycles spent batteries with startling efficiency.

Celebrating Millennials

Stereotypes about younger workers abound, but they’re really not all that different.

Factory of Prosperity

A nonprofit organization in Detroit is transforming unused school facilities into business and community ecosystems.

No Vacancy

The region’s apartment sector is surging, having recovered from the 2008 global financial crisis and Detroit’s successful run through bankruptcy in 2014.

Friend Robot

For the next three years, the hugely popular FIRST Robotics competition will be held in Detroit.

PDA: Q&A Peter J. Ginapolis

The E-Interview Peter J. Ginapolis, Vice President, LSG Insurance Partners, Bloomfield Township

Splitting the Pot

Detroit’s three casinos, along with land-based operations outstate, are facing growing competition from the Michigan Lottery and its exclusive offering of online gaming options.

Huron-to-Erie Corridor

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.

Beacons of Commerce

In the 19th century, lighthouse construction helped Great Lakes shipping flourish.

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The Outside Media Opine on the Motor City

Let Syrians Settle Detroit

Source: The New York Times

Larry Page Looks Ahead

Source: Fortune

Detroit Homes Still Selling for $1

Source: The Daily Caller News Foundation

You Can Sell a Lot of Cars with a Tent

Source: Bloomberg Businessweek

Obama Pushes False GM Success Story

Source: Investors Business Daily

The Death and Life of Detroit

Source: The American Prospect

Matty Moroun, Detroit's Border Baron

Source: Bloomberg Businessweek

Women in a Man’s World

Source: The Wall Street Journal

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