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Lineage Logistics in Novi Expands to Great Britain with Acquisition of UK-based Yearsley Group

Lineage Logistics Holdings in Novi, a global leader in providing temperature-controlled supply chain solutions, today announced it has acquired Yearsley Group Limited, a large temperature-controlled logistics service provider and frozen food distributor in the UK. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak Receives $5M Gift to Launch Max and Debra Ernst Heart Center

Beaumont Health in Southfield today announced Max and Debra Ernst of Orchard Lake have increased their support to heart and vascular care to a total of $8 million, launching the new Max and Debra Ernst Heart Center at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak. The latest gift totals $5 million.

HoMedics in Commerce Township and New York’s Bluestar Alliance Sign $165M Agreement Under Brookstone Brand

HoMedics in Commerce Township, a large manufacturer and distributor of personal health, wellness, and relaxation products, and New York’s Bluestar Alliance have announced the signing of a $165-million, five-year license agreement under the Brookstone brand. The license covers a range of massage, massage chair, home environment, and other select product categories.

Revered Cadieux Café on Detroit’s East Side Sold to Restauranteur Paul Howard and Musician John Rutherford

The owners of the Cadieux Café on Detroit’s east side today announced that they have sold the iconic bar and restaurant to Paul Howard, co-owner of Cliff Bell's in downtown Detroit, and local musician John Rutherford, effective Jan. 1, 2019. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Wayne State University Researchers Secure Nearly $1M for Microplastics Pollution Research

Researchers at Wayne State University in Detroit have been awarded a three-year $929,000 grant to develop technology designed to zero in on microplastic sources and accelerate an outreach and mitigation campaign, the school announced Friday.

5Q: Christopher T.R. Letts, president, Association for Corporate Growth, Detroit Chapter

Christopher T.R. Letts, president of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG), Detroit chapter, is the youngest president of the middle market advocacy organization in the world. While the organization continues to offer tried-and-true educational, recognition, and networking programs, Letts also focuses on engaging traditionally underrepresented groups in the 400-plus-member organization.

Google Opens Office at Little Caesars Arena, Pumps $1M of Grants into Local Nonprofits

Google Thursday announced it has opened its new office at Little Caesars Arena in The District Detroit. Located at 52 E. Henry St., the office offers nearly 30,000 square feet of space.

Southfield’s AmeriTrust Group’s Meadowbrook Insurance Agency Acquires Florida Insurance Agency

AmeriTrust Group Inc. in Southfield Thursday announced its retail agency subsidiary, Meadowbrook Insurance Agency, has acquired Florida’s Carol P. Rummel Insurance Agency, effective Oct. 29. Details of the transaction were not disclosed.

Wayne State Research Team Awarded $3 Million Grant to Research “Smart” Insulin T1D Treatment

A Wayne State University research team in Detroit has been awarded a $3-million grant from the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) to develop an implantable delivery system of “smart” insulin for sufferers of Type 1 Diabetes (T1D).

Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak First in State to Offer Minimally Invasive Pediatric Epilepsy Surgery Program

On Thursday, Beaumont Children’s Hospital in Royal Oak announced it was the first in Michigan to establish a Pediatric Stereo-Electroencephalography (SEEG) Epilepsy Surgery Program.

First Michigan Industry Growth Summit Slated for Nov.13 at Detroit Athletic Club

Livonia-based MedCerts, a provider of online certification training for various industries, is partnering with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics to host the 2018 Industry Growth Summit for workforce teams in Michigan.

Bloomfield Hills-Based Sterilogy and Grand Valley Students Develop System to Help Reduce Hospital Infections

Keeping hands clean and sanitized in hospitals and other medical facilities can be a challenging and inconvenient problem, with caregivers having to go to a sink or sanitizer station between each patient.
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