Warren’s Universal Logistics Holdings Inc., an asset-light provider of customized transportation and logistics solutions, Friday announced it has acquired Deco Logistics Inc. and Oaktree Logistics Inc., collectively Container Connection. The cash purchase was $60 million.
Ann Arbor’s Millendo Therapeutics Inc., a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on developing treatments for orphan endocrine diseases, has merged with OvaScience Inc. in Waltham Mass.
Ford Motor Co. today announced it has named Trevor Worthington vice president of global product development operations and vehicle programs, and tapped Graham Pearson to succeed him as vice president of product development in the Asia Pacific region.
Michigan Future Inc. today released a report saying Michigan must create regions anchored by central cities that attract college-educated individuals before it can have a broad middle class.
The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) announced Friday it has signed a seven-year contract with Cobo Center, confirming the center’s status as the show’s venue through 2026. It also confirmed show dates for June 2020.
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Ford Motor Co. in Dearborn today announced three long-serving global executives – Kenneth R. Kent, Joseph Bakaj, and Bill Russo – are retiring at the end of the year.
Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Ltd., a Chinese supplier of lithium-ion battery products for electric vehicles and energy storage facilities, is planning to open a Detroit-based North American subsidiary. A date and location were not revealed.
Lisa and Chris Jeffries have committed $33 million to the University of Michigan Law School in Ann Arbor, the university announced Thursday. The gift is dedicated to student support and will be used for scholarships, financial aid, summer funding programs, and debt management.
Livonia’s Tower International Inc., a global manufacturer of engineered automotive structural metal components and assemblies, today announced it has entered into a stock purchase agreement relating to the sale of all of its European operations to Financière SNOP Dunois S.A., a privately owned French automotive supplier.
Hamilton Anderson, a Detroit design firm, today announced it will expand to Atlanta in partnership with Atlanta-based urban design firm SHAPE. Hamilton Anderson worked on Little Caesars Arena and the redevelopment of Hudson’s Department Store site and Motown Museum, all in Detroit.