Japan’s Denso, which has its North American headquarters in Southfield, today announced it is debuting a driver status monitor, a device designed to reduce the number of traffic accidents involving commercial vehicles.
Plex Systems in Troy, a company offering cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) and manufacturing execution system (MES) for manufacturers, today announced the release of Plex Mobile, an app that works as an extension of the Plex Manufacturing Cloud to handle shop floor and administrative responsibilities, as well as access and share information in real-time from mobile devices.
The historic Frederick K. Stearns Mansion located at 8109 E. Jefferson Ave. (on the corner of Parker Street and Jefferson Avenue) in Detroit’s West Village neighborhood has been listed for sale at $1.2 million.
Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo today announced it has selected Stantec Architecture in Berkley to design a new student housing development in the South Neighborhood of campus. The project is slated to cost $45 million and be open by August 2020.
Crunch, a franchise that offers group fitness training programs, today announced it has opened a 30,000-square-foot gym in Dearborn at 5601 Mercury Drive (near Ford Road) in a former Borders Books and Music space. The company plans to open a location in Farmington Hills in the coming weeks (24900 Haggerty Road).
RSM US LLP, a Chicago-based provider of audit, tax, and consulting services, Friday announced the addition of a Detroit office on the eighth floor of Chrysler House Detroit. The company will host an opening event at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, May 16 at the Chrysler House, located at 719 Griswold Street, Suite 820, in Detroit.
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.