By now, cloud computing is a term that has made its way into everyday business IT discussions. An appropriate cloud computing strategy that fits your day-to-day operations, as well as long-term usability, can be an essential component of business success.
How an automotive photographer used the concept of a car wash to produce rapid images of cars and trucks.
Huron Capital, a Detroit-based lower-middle-market private equity firm, has announced Brian C. Walker is joining the firm as partner – strategic leadership.
Ford Testing Digital ‘Warehouse on Wheels’ Concept in London, Last Mile by Bike, Drone, or Foot Delivery
Ford Motor Co. is partnering with Gnewt by Menzies Distribution in London, England to test a digital “warehouse on wheels” concept for last-mile delivery, which has the potential to help cut traffic, reduce emissions, and improve delivery times.
BorgWarner Acquires Oregon Companies, Forms Cascadia Motion to Explore Electric, Hybrid Propulsion Solutions
Auburn Hills’ BorgWarner, a global auto supplier, has acquired Oregon’s Rinehart Motion Systems and AM Racing and merged them into a new, wholly-owned company named Cascadia Motion. The new entity will explore electric and hybrid propulsion solutions for niche and emerging applications. Terms of the transactions were not released.
India’s Mahindra Partners, the $1-billion incubation, private equity, and venture capital division of Mahindra Group, has announced that California-based GenZe will join Mahindra Automotive North America, which is headquartered in Auburn Hills.
The University of Detroit Mercy has received a $6.1-million estate gift to endow a new chair in the College of Business Administration. It is the largest single gift in the institution’s history.
The American Center for Mobility, a nonprofit testing, education, and product development facility for future mobility in Ypsilanti Township, has selected Michael Noblett president and CEO following a national executive search.
CDC Awards $3.5M to Ann Arbor’s National Kidney Foundation to Remove Health Barriers in Wayne County
The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan, based in Ann Arbor, has received an award of nearly $3.5 million from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to be used over five years. The money will fund a program designed to remove barriers to health improvement.
The Detroit Go Red for Women Luncheon was held on Feb. 15 at Ford Field in downtown Detroit by the American Heart Association - Detroit. Guests enjoyed a silent and a live auction, vendor exhibits, health screenings, a program, and an afterglow that included appetizers, beverages, and networking. The organization works to build healthier lives and prevent cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
The telemedicine trend.
Roy Sexton has been named director of marketing for Clark Hill, a Detroit-based law and professional services firm.