Wayne State University’s graduate global supply chain management program is among the nation’s top 25, according to Gartner, a leading industry research company that releases rankings every other year.
The Kresge Foundation in Troy today announced the donation of $50 million to the P-20 Partnership, a cradle-to-career educational partnership that will include an early childhood education center, K-12 school, and the introduction of teacher education training modeled after hospital residency programs. All aspects of the program will be housed at Detroit’s Marygrove College.
Adient, a large automotive seating supplier in Plymouth Township, today announced it has appointed Douglas G. DelGrosso president and CEO, effective Oct. 1. He will also join Adient's board of directors at that time.
The Detroit Pistons and Blink Fitness today announced plans to build a publicly accessible Blink Fitness franchise inside the state-of-the-art Henry Ford Detroit Pistons Performance Center. The center is scheduled to open next year.
Chicago’s VillageMD, a national primary care provider, Wednesday announced it has expanded into Michigan. The company aims to offer physicians the solutions and services they need to improve clinical outcomes, enhance patient and physician satisfaction, and lower the total cost of care.
On Jan. 25, the Coalition on Temporary Shelter in Detroit hosted its 19th annual Soup City: A Night at the Gallery at the Gem Theatre and the Century Theatre in downtown Detroit. More than 200 people enjoyed a selection of soups and chilis, a display of artwork, and live entertainment.