Metro Detroit and Michigan’s economic expansion will continue through much of 2015. However, headwinds remain.
The 2014 class of 30 in Their Thirties manages global businesses, oversees major events, operates upscale restaurants, and forges ahead with the latest technological advances.
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Every week in a Wayne County Circuit courtroom in Detroit’s Coleman A. Young Municipal Building, the future of a shined-up, blight-free city is taking shape — one case at a time.
The legal battle between Wayne County and a team of contractors over cost overruns at the shuttered jail project in Detroit reveals a dysfunctional government structure, and an inconclusive FBI investigation, and an ongoing grand jury criminal probe.
Lockheed Martin and Detroit Aircraft renew historic partnership.
Three stadiums north of downtown Detroit, including a new $450-million arena for the Detroit Red Wings, will do what ‘The Joe’ never could — create an annual $900-million economic powerhouse.
Michigan's top northern golf resorts have joined forces with the Pure Michigan marketing campaign to attract more state and worldwide visitors with additional online services, capital improvements, and multi-resort packages.
As the region’s housing market recovers, lavish homes priced above $1 million are moving again, but a full recovery is still on the horizon.
For the fifth 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.