A development director leaves New York to reignite his career in Downtown Detroit.
If more Fortune 500 corporations supported startups, Michigan would become an entrepreneurial hub.
Businesses that fail to heed new provisions of the America Invents Act run the risk of losing their ideas to others.
Can the global auto industry reach a combined fleet average of 54.5 mpg by 2025?
Michigan’s voice in the 2012 presidential race could decide the election.
Forget another bailout. GM, Ford, and Chrysler must keep winning on the sales floor.
The pace of redevelopment in downtown Detroit would accelerate if business and government worked more closely together.
Adopting highly efficient building principles in the public sector will spur economic activity.
Can Detroit's Big Three survive and thrive in a climate of rising regulations, runaway litigation, and high taxation?
Like Kermit the Frog, modern diesel engines are finding it's not easy being green. But that could soon change.
Improved productivity and technological advances have accelerated demand for higher education, but not everyone wants to spend four or more years in college before they earn a degree.
Recent developments in federal law may see companies facing costly litigation brought by corporate pilots seeking to recover overtime back pay.