From colleges to real estate and racing teams to construction firms, how companies last 100 years or longer is a testament to fortitude and vision.
As more Americans approach their twilight years, a new, less invasive procedure for repairing faulty heart valves, called TAVR, offers patients a new lease on life. The only challenge is high costs limit its profitability.
How the geek culture movement, ex-pat artists, superhero movies, and children weary of video games are propelling local comic shops to new heights.
A growing list of regional and national companies are designing, building, and installing home automation systems that can save energy, provide breakdown alerts, and warn of break-ins.
The Detroit Zoo is building the most extensive and complex penguinarium in the world, a $30M show house that’s projected to draw up to 300,000 more annual visitors.
A winding down of U.S. military activities in Iraq and Afghanistan, along with federal budget cuts, has impacted new fighting vehicle platforms — many of which are designed and engineered in metro Detroit.