Beaumont Health in Southfield and Universal Health Services (UHS) today announced they have formed a joint venture to address the growing, unmet need for accessible, high-quality and advanced mental health services in southeast Michigan and across the state.
The Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services, Office of Banking has approved Credit Union Trust’s plans to establish its new limited-purpose financial institution in Farmington Hills, the organizers of Credit Union Trust announced today.
Ann Arbor’s EntryPoint, an organization that works to advance the entrepreneurial community by promoting inclusion, community engagement, and education, has released new data that shows 56 percent of venture capital invested in Detroit was in information technology startups in the last year.
Holgistic, a new business in Royal Oak that bridges traditional medical care and alternative medicine, has opened. The business’ goal is to treat the root cause of conditions, not just symptoms.
Sterling Heights-based HTI Cybernetics Inc., a provider of automated and robotic welding systems, will expand its manufacturing operations and headquarters with support from the Michigan Strategic Fund, the Michigan Economic Development Corp. (MEDC) has announced.
Mahindra Automotive North America (MANA), an automotive design, engineering, and vehicle-development center based in Auburn Hills, has announced that TMV Group in Royal Oak will provide it with branding and media services.
A new organization designed to spur job growth in southeast Michigan has been launched and has hired its first CEO. Barry Matherly will join the yet-to-be-named group, transitioning from his role as president and CEO of a similar initiative in Virginia.
The Big Three automakers posted mixed results for the third quarter (General Motors) and in October (Ford and FCA), but each OEM reported strong sales of pickups, SUVs, and crossovers that fueled revenue gains and average transaction prices.
The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) will debut the new Robert and Katherine Jacobs Asian Wing on Sunday. The wing at the north end of the DIA features Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Indian and South Asian, and Buddhist art, with pieces spanning thousands of years ago to ones made more recently. The galleries highlight objects and themes representing diverse art forms, cultural practices, and systems of belief.
Michigan State University in East Lansing Thursday announced it is transforming its 5,200-acre campus into a live, connected ecosystem to drive mobility research and development. The campus has vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication, connected traffic signs, and designated test areas, among other features.
The 31st North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), to be hosted in January 2019 at Detroit’s Cobo Center, started selling tickets Thursday. Tickets for The Gallery, Industry Preview, Charity Preview, and Public Show are available.
Universal Robots (UR) in Ann Arbor Thursday introduced its SnapCut robot, which allows traditional metal fabricators to cut shapes in 3-D steel components with no prior robotic or computer programming knowledge.