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Detroit-based In-House Realty Changes Name to Rocket Homes, Debuts New Website

In-House Realty, a Detroit-based subsidiary of Rock Holdings Inc., a national leader in FinTech real estate services, today announced it has rebranded as Rocket Homes.

Detroit’s Chevrolet Launches App to Prevent Distracted Driving

Detroit-based General Motor Co.’s Chevrolet today announced the launch of Call Me Out, a smartphone app that reminds drivers to put their phones down while driving.

Ford Introduces Trail Control Feature on 2019 F-150 Raptor

Ford Motor Co. in Dearborn today announced the upgraded 2019 Ford F-150 Raptor has picked up a new feature called Trail Control. It’s akin to cruise control for off-road driving.

Researchers at East Lansing’s MSU Develop App to Test Blood Pressure

East Lansing’s Michigan State University researchers have invented a blood pressure app that can give accurate readings using an iPhone with no special equipment. The app could be available in late 2019.

SecureWorld Detroit Brings Cyber Security Conference to Dearborn

SecureWorld Detroit will bring cyber security experts to Dearborn’s Ford Motor Co. Conference and Event Center for its 16th annual conference, scheduled to run Sept. 12-13.

Pontiac’s Notre Dame Prep Opens $7.5M Science, Art, Tech Wing

Notre Dame Preparatory School and Marist Academy (NDPMA) in Pontiac has opened a 26,000-square-foot, $7.5-million science, art, and technology wing.

East Lansing’s MSU Receives $30M Gift to Complete Business Pavilion

Michigan State University in East Lansing Thursday announced it has received a $30-million gift toward the completion of the Business Pavilion at the Eli Broad College of Business.

Gov. Snyder Allows Former Felons to Seek Business Licenses

In a bid to fill jobs during a period of low unemployment, Gov. Rick Snyder today announced the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) has removed the checkbox reading, “Were you convicted of a felony?” that precedes occupational and construction code licensing applications.

U-M in Ann Arbor to Host Entrepalooza on Sept. 21, Keynote by Zingerman’s Ari Weinzweig

Entrepreneurship programs from across the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor will come together to host the annual Entrepalooza symposium on Friday, Sept. 21 at the Michigan League. This year's event will highlight food entrepreneurship, giving attendees the opportunity to learn directly from successful founders through hands-on workshops and a showcase fair.

Fred Astaire Dance Studio Michigan to Add 10 Locations in 5 Years, First in West Bloomfield Township

Owners of Fred Astaire Dance Studio Michigan, which has its flagship location in Bloomfield Hills, Tuesday announced they plan to open 10 more locations in Michigan within the next five years. The newest location in West Bloomfield Township started offering classes on Aug. 27.

Oakland University Opens New Dorm, Welcomes Largest Freshman Class

Responding to growing enrollment and increased demand for campus housing, Oakland University this week opened a $78-million, 289,000-square-foot residence hall at the south end of the campus which spans Rochester Hills and Auburn Hills.

Detroit Country Day School in Beverly Hills Opens $14M Middle School

The Detroit Country Day School in Beverly Hills today celebrated the completion of a $14-million renovation to the existing middle school on Hillview Lane. The project wraps up phase one of a $33-million update of the middle and lower schools.
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