The Michigan Chamber of Commerce has released its Economic Competitiveness Study conducted by Northwood University’s McNair Center for the Advancement of Free Enterprise Entrepreneurship. The national results show Michigan’s climb to 21st place from 25th place on Northwood University’s State Competitiveness Index in the past year.
Van Buren Township-based automotive cockpit electronics supplier Visteon Corp. is collaborating with the American Center for Mobility (ACM) in southeast Michigan to support the development and testing of connected and automated transportation technologies.
As the demand for managed services continues to grow globally, Tokyo’s NTT Communications Corp. today announced a definitive agreement to wholly acquire Southfield-based Secure-24 Intermediate Holdings, a provider of comprehensive managed information technology solutions.
Following a January launch in the New York metro area, BOOK by Cadillac, an application subscription service that allows users to request and swap up to 18 vehicles per year based on their needs and preferences, is expanding its service to Dallas and Los Angeles.
The New England Journal of Medicine has published the results of Kalamazoo-based medical technology company Stryker Corp.’s DAWN trial, which researched the treatment of late window and wake-up stroke patients with mechanical thrombectomy.
Children's Hospital of Michigan Foundation hosted "Derby for Kids" on May 6 at the Grosse Pointe War Memorial. The Kentucky Derby-themed event included a strolling reception, drinks, and a live auction.