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Southfield-based accounting and advisory firm Baker Tilly Virchow Krause LLP today announced it has relocated to a new office location within the Southfield Town Center.
The digital marketing firm HelloWorld today unveiled its new brand, called Human Loyalty, which combines many of the company's shopping loyalty plans into one offering, including points-based programs, rebates, and engagement hubs.
After its launch in Ann Arbor in March, General Motors Co.’s personal mobility brand Maven has expanded to Chicago, New York City, Boston, and Washington, D.C.
The Detroit Institute of Arts has acquired two artworks by contemporary African-American artists — one a Detroit native — as part of Director Salvador Salort-Pons' efforts to diversify the museum's collections by acquiring and displaying more art by women, African-Americans, and other artists of color.
With the goal of investing in Detroit’s communities and creating increased access to housing opportunities for residents, a new non-profit has launched, called Develop Detroit.
Montrose Trailers, a mid-Michigan-based manufacturer of aluminum trailers, today announced a new product line with a technology that allows cars to drive directly onto the trailer without damaging the front lip of the vehicle.
As Detroit's Movement Electronic Music Festival prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary over Memorial Day weekend, the event continues to grow and gain national recognition, with artists such as Kraftwerk and Caribou headlining this year's festival.
A new Detroit startup, called Doze, promises to deliver mattresses straight to customers' doors at a lower cost by using a direct-to-consumer online business model.
Next week's first Detroit Startup Week, with more than 100 events and 2,500 participants expected, will feature speakers including Bill Ford Jr., executive chairman of Ford Motor Co. and Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, among others. Ford and Duggan will appear together on Monday morning at the Masonic Temple.