Keith Pretty, president and CEO of Midland’s Northwood University, announced he will retire effective June 30, 2019.
HNTB Corp., employee-owned infrastructure solutions firm, announced the addition of Regine Beauboeuf as vice president and program manager to the firm’s Michigan office in Detroit. She will support key project pursuits and delivery across the region.
DBusiness Magazine’s 2018 Top Lawyers Party took place September 17 at Eddie Merlot’s Prime Aged Beef & Seafood in Bloomfield Hills. This night celebrated the 2018 DBusiness Magazine’s Top Lawyers list. This event was for those nominated Top Lawyers to enjoy complimentary cocktails, appetizers and entertainment.
Ram is prepping its truck line for winter with the unveiling this week of its new 2019 Ram 1500 North Edition.
Just in time for Black Friday, Shinola will open its fourth metro Detroit retail location — at the soon-to-open Shinola Hotel – at 10 a.m. Friday.
The Parade Co. hosted its 2018 Hob Nobble Gobble presented by Ford Motor Co. on Friday, Nov. 16 at Ford Field. Carnival rides and games, a Parade of Stars, and a meet and greet with Jesse McCartney were included. Proceeds went to the Parade Co. for the America’s Thanksgiving Parade presented by Art Van.
As profit margins continue to narrow, auto manufacturers must look beyond the initial sale of the vehicle and scheduled maintenance for revenue and focus on creating personalized in-vehicle experiences through allied service partners to succeed in the future, forecasts Frost & Sullivan, a California-based business growth consultancy.
October marked the eighth consecutive month that the number of new housing permits granted in the region was at least 450, a streak last achieved in mid-2006, according to the November housing permit report by the Home Builders Association of Southeastern Michigan.
BJ’s Wholesale Club, a Massachusetts-based company that operates 216 clubs and 136 gas stations in 16 states, is expanding to Michigan with locations in Madison Heights and Taylor. Both are expected to open next year.
Michigan is hiring. Yet, at any given moment, tens of thousands of job openings remain unfilled throughout the region — in health care, information technology, advanced manufacturing, and scores of other occupations — threatening to slow down our economy. We’ve all heard about the skills gap as a root cause of this dilemma, yet when it comes to training and upskilling avenues, there needs to be greater awareness and consideration of apprenticeships as a true and viable option.
Beaumont Health hosted its Autumn Gala on Nov. 10 at the MGM Grand Detroit. More than 550 guests enjoyed cocktails, a silent auction, dinner, and dancing. Proceeds benefited the campus expansion at Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills.
The City of Detroit is seeking proposals for renovations to 10 existing duplexes and the building of 45 additional units of new housing on vacant land in the Islandview neighborhood, city officials said Monday. Work is expected to begin next year.