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.
Not content with retirement, Ron Lamparter went to work promoting the defense industry in Michigan. Among the 1,600 companies in the state that receive direct contracts from the U.S. Department of Defense, Lamparter sees opportunity.
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.