Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module
Edit ModuleShow Tags

More »Daily News

June Auto Sales: Ford, FCA Reach Record Sales, GM Sales Down 1.6%

Ford Motor Co. sales increased 6.4 percent in June versus a year ago with 239,096 vehicles sold, while FCA LLC US reported U.S. June sales of 197,073 units, a 6.5 percent increase compared to last year and the group’s best June sales in 11 years. General Motor Co. sold a total of 255,210 vehicles in June, down 1.6 percent year-over-year.

Oakland County Reaches Highest Employment Level in 15 Years

More than 621,000 Oakland Country residents held jobs in May — an increase of 8,555 positions from April — giving the county its highest number of employed residents in the past 15 years, according to federal statistics.

Daifuku North America to Establish $15M Headquarters in Novi

Daifuku North America Holding Co., a manufacturer of automation and material handling systems, plans to establish a new headquarters facility in Novi.

AT&T Launches Faster Internet Option for Michigan Businesses

AT&T is unveiling faster internet speeds for more Michigan businesses through its Business Fiber network, which now offers download and upload speeds of up to one gigabit per second (Gbps).

Detroit’s Mexicantown Revives Main Street Program to Support Added Growth

The Mexicantown-Hubbard Communities Main Street Program, which previously operated from 2002 to 2008, has been reactivated to engage businesses, community organizations, and residents within the commercial district of Detroit’s Mexicantown and Hubbard communities.

Northville Home Monitoring Company Launches Portable Device

HouseSetter, a Northville-based home monitoring company established by several former founding members of OnStar, has launched a portable device in the shape of a dog that monitors and provides alerts to homeowners.

Tropical Smoothie Opens Westland Location

Tropical Smoothie Cafe, a fast casual restaurant that focuses on smoothies and healthy food options, has opened a new location in Westland. The new location is the company’s 37th store in Michigan and 500th store total.

Detroit’s Cornerstone Schools Launches $50M Capital Campaign

Cornerstone Schools in Detroit today announced the launch of a $50 million capital campaign along with the goal of educating 5,000 students, up from 2,800 students, by 2020. The initiative, called Cornerstone Education Group, followed a two-year study.

West Bloomfield’s Cauley Ferrari to Expand and Remodel Dealership

West Bloomfield Township-based Cauley Ferrari, the only authorized Ferrari dealership in Michigan, will expand and remodel its store along Orchard Lake Road.

Auburn Hills’ On-Demand Mail Services Acquires Livonia Processing Company

On-Demand Mail Services, a postal optimization firm that provides mail commingling, drop shipping, postal consulting, and international mailing, has acquired the assets of Livonia-based international mail processing company RCS International Inc. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

State of Michigan Launches Digital Platform for Construction Plans

Michigan architects, engineers, and others involved in the construction and remodeling industries can electronically submit project plans for review by the Bureau of Construction Codes using the new Accela e-PlanCheck platform developed by the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.

Cadillac ATS and CTS 2017 Receive Design and Technology Updates

Cadillac’s ATS and CTS model lines will receive updates for 2017, including new trim levels, design features, and technology.

Benton Harbor’s KitchenAid Expands Black Stainless Appliance Collection

Benton Harbor-based KitchenAid is expanding its lineup of appliances available in a black stainless steel finish to include existing dishwasher models, under counter wine cellars, beverage centers, refrigeration units, and icemakers.

Detroit’s DDA Approves Plans to Redevelop Paradise Valley Historic District

Detroit’s Downtown Development Authority today approved a comprehensive plan to redevelop nine properties in the Paradise Valley historic district (formerly Harmonie Park), which it says will lead to $52.4 million in new construction and renovations. The district is located just south of the Detroit Athletic Club at Madison and Randolph streets.

Detroit’s Cobo Center Launches Technology Department, Expands Event Host Ad Revenue

Rounding out its $279 million renovation, Cobo Center in downtown Detroit has launched a Technology Services department that now provides attendees, exhibitors, and show management with various technology offerings supported by the facility’s new in-house team.
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags

More »From the Magazine

Focus: Remote Payment

For DTE Energy, drug stores have become a fertile ground for customers who traditionally stood in long lines at their payment centers.

U-M Opens Radick Farms to Public Play

Personal Collection

‘It’s All Turned Out Real Well’

Detroiter Mike Kinsley on His Roots, Punditry, and Battling Parkinson’s Disease.

Up & Down

Not wanting to add another pasture layout in northern Michigan, architect Tom Doak has designed one of the world’s first reversible golf courses.

Ken's Way

After his cousin died in a racing accident, Ken Lingenfelter stepped in to steady his relative’s performance engineering company before pulling back on the throttle.

Mother of Motors

The original Pontchartrain Hotel only lasted 13 years, but it helped to foster the automotive industry.

Legal Wars

Lawyers weigh and consider every angle of promotional opportunity before spending millions of dollars on television, print, radio, and billboard ads. So do the campaigns work?

A Clean Sheet

Where is it written that an elected school board is required to operate one or any number of public schools?

A Real Shot

A new twist on a popular recipe is primed for growth.

Compendium News Links More »

The Outside Media Opine on the Motor City

Inside a College-Football Tragicomedy

Source: The Wall Street Journal

Technology That Breaks the Car Industry Mold

Source: The Wall Street Journal

Whitacre's Crash at General Motors

Source: Financial Times

Detroit's Class Act

Source: Fortune

Dome Sweet Dome

Source: Bloomberg Businessweek

Another Chance for Alfa Romeo

Source: Financial Times

Detroit, Part One

Source: The Polis Blog

Hard Choices: Domino's CEO J. Patrick Doyle

Source: Bloomberg Businessweek

Thinking About Shrinking

Source: The Economist

Can China Save GM?

Source: Forbes Magazine

Ed Whitacre's Battle to Save GM from Itself

Source: Bloomberg Businessweek

Alan Mulally’s Asian Sales Call

Source: Bloomberg BusinessWeek

Signs of Hope

Source: NYTimes.com

Mayor Courts Resistance in Detroit

Source: The Wall Street Journal

25 Best Places to Retire

Source: CNN Money

Henderson's Strategy to Fix GM

Source: Businessweek.com

The Triumph of Optimism

Source: Economist.com

Mayor Courts Resistance in Detroit

Source: The Wall Street Journal online

How Marchionne Will Run Fiat-Chrysler

Source: Businessweek online

The Waxman-Pelosi Follies

Source: The Wall Street Journal Online

Edit Module
Edit Module Edit ModuleEdit ModuleShow Tags


July 2016


  • Sun
  • Mon
  • Tue
  • Wed
  • Thu
  • Fri
  • Sat
26 27 28 29 30 01 02
03 04 05 06 07 08 09
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
31 01 02 03 04 05 06
Edit Module
Edit ModuleEdit ModuleEdit Module

Edit Module

Edit ModuleShow Tags