Looking for a single location to eat, drink, and try to keep it all down on a go-kart track? A new restaurant, bar, and entertainment spot called 925 Social had a soft opening on Sept. 25 in Oxford and offers just that and a slew of other activities.
Dykema, a Detroit-based national law firm, has announced that Steven C. Liedel will serve as general counsel to Michigan Gov.-elect Gretchen Whitmer’s transition team. Liedel is a managing member of the firm’s Lansing office and a member of its government policy and practice group.
Dykema, a Detroit-based national law firm, has announced the addition of Rasul M. Raheem as senior counsel for the financial services litigation practice group in the firm’s Detroit office.
Capuchin Soup Kitchen in Detroit hosted its 46th Annual SOCK (Support Our Capuchin Kitchen) on Friday, Nov. 30 at Detroit’s Cobo Center. Guests enjoyed dinner, cocktails, live music, and a silent auction.
Detroit neighborhoods will get $35 million in commitments from seven companies, Mayor Mike Duggan and company executives announced today.
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.
Michigan’s economy has accelerated over the last two years due to favorable federal policies and smart reform from Lansing. But unless state leaders lower personal taxes, remove burdensome regulations, and eliminate corporate welfare programs, the good times won’t last.