Annual 2014

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Freudenberg Develops New Fabric for Surgical, Wound Care

A new “nonwoven” material developed by Freudenberg, which has its North America headquarters in Plymouth Township, will open up new and innovative possibilities in surgical, wound care, and regenerative medicine.

New Luxury Theater in Macomb Township Teams Up with Plymouth’s Ironwood Grill

Emagine Entertainment, which operates seven theaters throughout southeast Michigan, will unveil a new nine-screen, luxury cinema in Macomb Township on Dec. 19.

Southfield Law Firm Invests $1M in Wind Turbines, Solar Panels at HQ

Southfield-based 1-800-LAW-FIRM has invested $1 million in clean energy improvements — including four, roof-mounted wind turbines, 550 solar panels, and electric vehicle charging stations — at its headquarters, and will unveil the upgrades during a private event today.

Owners of Salon 6 Open Quick, Hair Coloring Concept in Troy

The owners of 6 Salon in Birmingham and Royal Oak — Tomy Lulgjuraj and George and Johnny Nikollaj — have teamed up with Constance Abro to open Dye & Dash, a new salon concept devoted to quick, professional hair coloring. The goal is to add more locations as demand warrants.

Grand Rapids Medical Device Maker Projects Annual Sales of $100M Following Recent Acquisition

Grand Rapids-based Autocam Medical Devices is projecting sales of approximately $100 million in 2015, following its recent acquisition of Southeastern Technology Inc., a Murfreesboro, Tenn.-based medical device manufacturer and supplier.

Detroit’s Fontinalis Partners Launches Special Venture Program

Fontinalis Partners, a venture capital firm based in downtown Detroit that is focused on next-generation mobility, today announced the formation of its Special Venture Partner program to help the firm’s portfolio companies reach new markets.

Sellers Auto Group in Clarkston Launches

Consumers can now buy or lease a car from one of Sellers Auto Group’s four campuses — Sellers Buick GMC and Sellers Isuzu in Farmington Hills, Bowman Chevrolet and Sellers Bowman Auto Center, both in Clarkston, and Sellers Subaru in Macomb Township — without ever leaving their home.

Oakland University Moving Nursing ConEd Programs to Focus: HOPE

Oakland University’s School of Nursing will relocate its continuing education programs to the Focus: HOPE headquarters in Detroit, as part of a new, five-year agreement and collaborative partnership.

Big Three’s November Auto Sales Up 7% Over Last Year

Detroit automakers kept busy in November with The Big Three reporting combined sales of more than 580,000 vehicles in the U.S for the month, up 7 percent when compared to the same time last year.

Binson’s Joins Effort to Improve Care, Cut Costs for Medicare Patients

Center Line-based Binson’s Home Health Care Supplies will provide home medical care equipment, supplies, and services to Medicare beneficiaries of the Accountable Care Organization Ltd. in an effort to improve care and cut costs for patients.

Five Qs: Pradip Sengupta on the Opportunities in Health Care IT Consulting

Pradip Sengupta, founder of Troy-based IPS Technology Services, which provides a diverse range of IT and staffing services, spoke with DBusiness Daily News about his “20/20” vision and the opportunities he sees ahead with health care.

Johnson Controls Reduces Vehicle Seat Weight by 40%

The European Association of Automotive Suppliers has recognized Johnson Controls, a Tier 1 automotive supplier with operations in Plymouth Township, with a Green Innovation Award for cutting vehicle seat weight by more than 40 percent by replacing traditional metals with multi-material systems.
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