The shift to autonomous vehicles, an expensive and technically challenging endeavor, is causing automakers and suppliers to transform their product lines and workforce with no guarantee of future profits.
Consumers may prefer to have the latest technology in their new vehicles, but all the added hardware and software can be confusing out on the road.
As Little Caesars Arena prepares to open in the fall, Ford Field is getting a $100-million renovation.
For the third year, DBusiness honors six young lawyers as nominated by our readers and their peers.
A looming shortfall in capacity among tool and die shops could slow the introduction of new cars and trucks, pull down economic output, and further impact an already fragile relationship between OEMs and small parts-makers.
Until costs subside or production increases, additive manufacturing will remain a niche process.
What makes for a great restaurant? Delicious food and memorable service are prerequisites, but there’s so much more.
After a down year in revenue, can Detroit's three casinos reverse course by tapping into a new hockey arena and two emerging entertainment districts?
Auto dealers are rethinking their marketing pitches and returning to traditional sales practices as new data shows baby boomers now make up almost 50 percent of all new-car buyers in the United States.
The Auto Dealership Consumer Guide offers detailed information on 220 individual dealers in the five-county region (data by Dominion Cross Sell, DBusiness Research).