Toiling day and night to eradicate debilitating diseases like Parkinson’s and ALS, U-M neurologist Eva Feldman is benefiting from a new state constitutional amendment on stem-cell research — and she just might be the next Jonas Salk.
Peter Karmanos Jr. has tapped his blue-collar work ethic and a knack for discovering the next big thing to build Compuware Corp. into a global information-technology power-
house — but his latest move could be an industry game-changer.
Can GM’s intrepid investment in battery technology once again make it a major player in the global auto industry? Or is the once-formidable giant destined to become just one of many companies serving a slow-growing niche market?
When entrepreneurs Aaron and Michelle Crumm were deliberating where to start their fuel-cell company, Adaptive Materials Inc., Michigan was at the top of their list as the place to build their 21st-century products.
Just because David Littmann has retired as one of Michigan’s leading economic analysts doesn’t mean the former chief economist of Comerica Bank has stopped making astute fiscal forecasts or lambasting politicians.