A rendering of Michigan Avenue in Corktown following the completion of construction on the Detroit Mobility and Innovation Corridor. // Courtesy of the Michigan Department of Transportation

Mobility Corridor Along Michigan Avenue in Detroit Lands $25M Grant

The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded a $25 million Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) discretionary grant to the Michigan Department...
Blue collar workers at electricity site. Windmill field. They are working in the field during the day. Alternative energy.

U-M Study: Local Renewable Energy Jobs Can Fully Replace Coal Jobs Across U.S.

A study conducted at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor concluded that local wind and solar jobs can fully replace coal-plant jobs that...
The state of Michigan has pledged to power 1,274 of its buildings in the Lower Peninsula with 100 percent clean energy. // Stock Photo

Consumers Energy to Power 1,200+ State Buildings with 100% Clean Energy

The state of Michigan has pledged to power 1,274 of its buildings in the Lower Peninsula with 100 percent clean energy. The announcement was...
a titanium knee replacement

TriTech Titanium Parts Opens in Detroit to Serve a Variety of Markets

Bob Swenson, former and owner of AmeriTi Manufacturing, which he sold in April, has launched Detroit-based TriTech Titanium Parts — a spinoff of his...
The new Ziebart in Highland Township is owned and operated by husband-and-wife duo Sophia and Ben Moeller. // Courtesy of Ziebart

Husband and Wife Team Open Ziebart Franchise in Highland Township

Ziebart, an automotive appearance and protection company, announced the opening of a new, locally owned franchise at 2388 E. Highland Rd. — also known...
A survey by ASE in Troy shows median health insurance premiums increased 4 percent in 2021. // Stock Photo

DBusiness Daily Update: Survey: Health Insurance Premiums Up 4% in 2021, and More

Our roundup of the latest news from metro Detroit and Michigan businesses as well as announcements from government agencies, including updates about the COVID-19...

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Lost in Space

Two entrepreneurs, Sebastian S. Kresge and Richard W. Sears, each established storefronts and built them into the twin titans of retail during the last...
front line During the Civil War, women helped care for injured soldiers, as depicted in “Our Women and the War,” a wood engraving by Winslow Homer (1862). Clarissa Britain, who lived in Michigan at the time, took a different path by creating an “improved ambulance,” for which she received a U.S. patent. She also developed other inventions and was awarded seven patents overall. // Courtesy of the Cleveland Museum of Art

Civil Lady

Historians of the Civil War era wouldn’t have been surprised if they had discovered that Michigan’s 19th century inventor, Clarissa Britain, was a spy...

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Charlene Shaya is COO of Wixom-based J&B Medical Supply and a former Oakland County assistant prosecutor. Lila Lazarus is a former health care reporter...

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