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Detroit City Council Approves Brownfield Tax Credits for New High-rise Condominium Project

The Detroit City Council today approved brownfield credits for The Ashton, a $58 million, 14-story luxury condominium development complex to be constructed on the west end of downtown Detroit. Located adjacent to WDIV TV-4, The Ashton will feature 103 units.

2018 GMC Sierra Features Mountain Concept

The 2018 GMC Sierra 2500HD All Mountain concept will debut this week at Vail Mountain. Built on a GMC Denali 4WD Crew Cab platform, the vehicle supplements GMC’s traditional design with tank-like tracks to help it navigate snow covered terrain.

St. Louis-Based Datix Opens Troy Office

St. Louis-based software consulting firm Datix today announced the opening of an office at the Columbia Center II in Troy to better serve clients in the automotive industry. Along with its St. Louis headquarters, the company currently operates offices in Houston and Bellville, Ill.

KUKA Robotics Corp. Offers Robotic Arms for Medical Devices, Hosts Grand Opening

Shelby Township-based KUKA Robotics Corp. will be hosting the grand opening of its new Metal and Arc Tech Center from Nov. 29-30 at its headquarters. The Tech Center allows engineers to test new technologies and customized solutions without disrupting their own facilities.

Butch Hollowell Named Managing Partner of The Miller Law Firm Detroit

After four years of service, Melvin Butch Hollowell is stepping down as Detroit’s corporation counsel and has accepted a position as managing partner of a new office in Detroit for The Miller Law Firm.

5Qs for Matt Loria, president and CEO of Auxiom

Matt Loria is president and CEO of Madison Heights-based Auxium, a company that helps small to mid-sized businesses with preventing cyber-attacks. DBusiness Daily News spoke with Loria about how to mitigate cybersecurity matters and protect data for companies and employees.

Key Safety Systems to Acquire Takata Corp. for $1.6B

Sterling Heights-based mobility safety developer Key Safety Systems (KSS) today announced a definitive agreement to acquire substantially all of Tokyo-based seat belt and airbag supplier Takata Corp. for an aggregate purchase price of $1.6 billion. 

University of Detroit Mercy to Lower Tuition Costs

The University of Detroit Mercy (UDM) has announced that it will lower its tuition rate to make the university more accessible to students beginning in the fall of 2018. The reset undergraduate tuition price, named Assure Your Boundless Future Tuition Reset, will drop from $41,158 to $28,000.

Michigan Department of Natural Resources to Auction 80 Parcels of Public Land

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has announced a public auction of  surplus land in northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula from Dec. 12-Jan. 10.

Michigan Executives Chosen for FIRST Robotics World Championships in Detroit Steering Committee

Consumers Energy CEO Patti Poppe will join Gail Alpert, president of FIRST Robotics in Michigan, and Roger Curtis, director of the Michigan Department of Talent and Economic Development, to lead the steering committee for the FIRST Robotics World Championship in Detroit. 

Lincoln Debuts 2019 MKC With Increased Connectivity

The 2019 Lincoln MKC features an updated new design and driver-focused technologies to attract more luxury SUV buyers as well as automatic emergency braking and pedestrian collision avoidance.

Bedrock, Shinola Launch Shinola Hotel Website

As demand for hotel rooms continues to grow throughout metro Detroit, Bedrock and Shinola today announced the website for the Shinola Hotel is live. Slated to open in late 2018, the Shinola Hotel is expected to attract global travelers to Detroit and serve as a “living room” where local visitors can mingle and enjoy food and beverage offerings.

Google Signs Lease on Office Space Adjacent to Little Caesars Arena in Detroit

Google has signed a lease for new office space adjacent to Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. Located at 52 East Henry St., the 29,178 square foot facility will house more than 100 media sales and technical support employees by spring 2018.  

Report: Southeastern Michigan Home Sales, Prices Increase in October

Instead of the predicted fall slowdown, Re/Max of Southeastern Michigan’s October housing report indicates home sales have increased 5.3 percent year-over-year to a total of 4,650 last month, and median sales prices have increased 8 percent to $201,125.

Ford Creates Plug-In Hybrid Vehicle for Police, Government Customers

After debuting a pursuit-rated hybrid plug-in police vehicle earlier this year, Ford Motor Co. today announced a plug-in vehicle designed for police and fire chiefs, detectives, and government personnel who don’t require a pursuit-rated vehicle.
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