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Dearborn’s Ford Motor Co. Introduces AI All-wheel-drive Disconnect on 2019 Edge

Ford Motor Co. in Dearborn today unveiled its all-wheel-drive disconnect, which detects driving conditions and automatically shifts between two-wheel and all-wheel drive. This first-for-Ford technology is available on the new 2019 Ford Edge.

Detroit’s Huron Capital Acquires California’s Infiniti Consulting Group

Detroit-based Huron Capital, a lower-middle-market private equity firm, Tuesday announced its information technology solutions platform, InterVision Systems, has acquired California’s Infinity Consulting Group, a cloud services and IT consulting company.

New App From U-M Startup MoxyTech Allows Patients to Record Pain Via 3D Model

MoxyTech, a University of Michigan startup, Tuesday launched GeoPain, a mobile pain-tracking app. It gives users a 3D image of the body to zero in on the pain — its location and intensity — and brings a new tool to precision health.

Michigan Forms New Division to Combat Insurance and Financial Fraud

Gov. Rick Snyder Tuesday announced the formation of a new division within the state’s Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) that is designed to investigate acts of fraud in the insurance and financial sectors.

Michigan Unveils Professional-Trade Information Website

The Talent and Economic Development Department of Michigan Tuesday unveiled Going-PRO.com, a resource for students and jobseekers to learn more about professional trades.

Wayne State University in Detroit Opens $2M Athletic Performance Center

Wayne State University in Detroit has announced the opening of its updated Athletic Performance Center, a $2.2-million, 11,500-square-foot facility that nearly quadruples the space of the previous training facility. The school first announced the opening on Thursday, Aug. 30.

Ram Debuts 2018 Chassis Cab Harvest Edition, Geared to U.S. Farmers

Ram, a division of FCA US in Auburn Hills, today introduced the 2018 Ram Chassis Cab Harvest Edition, an agricultural market-specific truck. The 1500, 2500, and 3500 pickup versions of the Harvest Edition come equipped with large front tow hooks, a transfer-case skid plate, side steps, fog lamps, and a rear back-up camera.

Detroit Institute of Arts to Debut New Wing for Asian Art on Nov. 4

The Detroit Institute of Arts today announced it will debut its newly expanded galleries dedicated to Asian art in the Robert and Katherine Jacobs Asian Wing on Sunday, Nov. 4. The gallery space, located at the north end of the DIA, highlights objects and themes that represent diverse art forms, cultural practices, and systems of belief.

Ann Arbor Native Appointed CEO of Detroit’s Henry Ford Hospital

Henry Ford Health System in Detroit Monday announced it has selected Richard “Chip” Davis as CEO for Henry Ford Hospital following a national search. He will begin Nov. 15 and replace Dr. John Popovich Jr., who retired earlier this year.

Romulus-based United Road Services Names CEO

United Road Services, a provider of finished vehicle transport logistics based in Romulus, has announced the appointment of Mark Anderson as CEO, effective Jan. 1, 2019. Anderson currently serves as president and COO.

Detroit’s INFICON Develops Leak Detector for High-speed Robotic Applications

INFICON, a supplier of leak-detection equipment for the auto industry, Monday announced it has developed an industry-first leak detector suited for high-speed robotic test applications.

Blog: 5 Myths About Online Higher Education

In the lead up to National Online Learning Day on Sept. 15, I thought it would be appropriate to take this opportunity to debunk a few myths about online learning in higher education, which persist despite the growing number of distance learning students.
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