Annual 2014

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Cadillac’s New Rearview Mirror to Increase Field of Vision by 300%

The 2016 Cadillac CT6 will be the first to include a high-resolution streaming video in its rearview mirror, improving a driver’s field of vision by an estimated 300 percent, roughly four times greater than a standard rearview mirror.

Visteon, Denso, and Pixo Prepare for National CES Show in Las Vegas

As the New Year approaches, several southeast Michigan companies are gearing up for the 2015 International CES consumer technologies conference in January.

U-M Business School Reports Entrepreneurs Prefer Urban over Suburban

In 2015, big cities will continue to draw entrepreneurs, and businesses can expect to spend less on market testing, according to predictions recently released from the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business.

Waterford Business Plans Payment Portal to Protect Homeowners, Contractors

Stephanie Goodman may have lost some capital after working with a few fraudulent contractors on investment properties, but she has come up with an idea she says will improve the construction industry’s payment system.

Detroit Zoo Penguins Get Early Christmas Gift from Southfield Veterinarian

As construction continues on the Detroit Zoo’s $26-million Polk Penguin Conservation Center, two of the facility’s future residents received their own “upgrades” before the big move to the facility in late 2015.

Five Qs: Michael Layne on the Evolution of Public Relations

Michael Layne, CEO and co-founder with the late Fred Marx of Marx Layne Marketing and Public Relations in Farmington Hills, spoke with DBusiness Daily News about the importance of integrated marketing, crisis management, and instant news cycles.

Snyder Creates New State Department, Agency to Develop Talent

Gov. Rick Snyder today signed an executive order creating a new state department and agency devoted to talent development and investment in skilled trades.

Toyota to Invest $126M in R&D Campuses in Ann Arbor Area

Toyota today announced it will invest $126 million in the expansion of its powertrain operations in Ann Arbor and the consolidation of its vehicle development operations at a new facility on its nearby York Township location.

LPGA Qualifying Tour Adds Michigan Tournament to 2015 Itinerary

The Symetra Tour, or the official qualifying tour of the Ladies Professional Golf Association, unveiled today the Tullymore Classic, to be held next summer at the Tullymore Golf Resort in Stanwood, east of Mount Pleasant.

Detroit’s Winter Blast Returns, Brings Ice Skating, Family Activities to Campus Martius

Meridian Winter Blast presented by Quicken Loans will return to Detroit’s Campus Martius Park in February, bringing with it with ice-skating, music, hot chocolate, and an array of winter-related activities.

Report: Competition Between Top U.S. Automakers Never Greater

Competition between U.S. automakers has never been greater, according to Southfield-based IHS Automotive’s recent analysis of new vehicle market share among vehicle manufacturers.

Pie Five Pizza to Take Slice of Michigan Market with First Detroit Location

Pie Five Pizza Co., a new fast-casual restaurant concept, is expected to open its first Michigan location this summer in downtown Detroit, with plans for more locations in the state in the next few years.
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