Not wanting to add another pasture layout in northern Michigan, architect Tom Doak has designed one of the world’s first reversible golf courses.
After his cousin died in a racing accident, Ken Lingenfelter stepped in to steady his relative’s performance engineering company before pulling back on the throttle.
Metro Detroit is emerging as a leading pioneer of autonomous vehicles, a market that could generate $250 billion in economic activity by 2017.
From engineering to clean water, firms and institutions evolve to thrive 100 years and beyond.
For the sixth year in a row, Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan, in partnership with DBusiness magazine and News/Talk 760 WJR, selected six regional executives who are driving growth in highly competitive industries.
Michigan and the auto industry have been intrinsically linked ever since Charles Brady King steered the first horseless carriage through the streets of Detroit in March 1896. Now, 120 years later, the Motor City remains the epicenter of a global industry.
The forerunner to the U.S. Secret Service, the Pinkerton agency in Ann Arbor remains a viable, international leader in traditional and cyber security and services.
Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr on the city's historic Chapter 9 bankruptcy and what it means for the future of the municipality.
Metro Detroit and Michigan’s economic expansion will continue through much of 2015. However, headwinds remain.