M. Roy Wilson, president of Wayne State University in Detroit, and two of his colleagues, today proposed a new approach to using academic health centers to heal society’s most vulnerable patients seeking care in the United States health care system.
The American Antiquarian Society in Massachusetts has partnered with Gale, a Cengage company, in Farmington Hills to make its collection of Americana from the Colonial period through the 20th century more accessible to researchers.
Omniscent, a startup founded in 2016 by researchers and alumni from Ann Arbor’s University of Michigan, today announced it is helping its first customers monitor airborne toxic compounds in industrial settings.
Novo Building Products in Zeeland, east of Holland, one of the largest suppliers of moulding, stair parts, doors, and specialty millwork to lumberyards, home centers, specialty millwork shops, and stair builders east of the Rockies and Canada, today announced it has acquired Ohio-based L.J. Smith Inc.
Ally Financial Inc. in Detroit has announced it is providing up to $2.3 billion in financing commitments over the next 12 months to support retail contracts and inventory needs of Phoenix’s Carvana, an e-commerce platform for buying, financing, and selling used cars.
Eating red foods may support heart health, according to a new study published in “Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition.” The Cherry Marketing Institute, based in Dewitt (north of Lansing), partially funded the review.
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.