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Livonia’s Tower International Inc., a global manufacturer of engineered automotive structural metal components and assemblies, today announced it has entered into a stock purchase agreement relating to the sale of all of its European operations to Financière SNOP Dunois S.A., a privately owned French automotive supplier.
Hamilton Anderson, a Detroit design firm, today announced it will expand to Atlanta in partnership with Atlanta-based urban design firm SHAPE. Hamilton Anderson worked on Little Caesars Arena and the redevelopment of Hudson’s Department Store site and Motown Museum, all in Detroit.
Wayne State University in Detroit has signed an agreement with Canada’s CNA Diagnostics Inc. to lead the U.S. clinical trials for a new human sepsis diagnostic test that can provide results within four hours at a hospital or clinic. Standard blood culture techniques take several days to identify the bacterial strain that causes sepsis.
Nino Salvaggio International Marketplace is opening a new location on Friday, Dec. 28 in Bloomfield Township at the southwest corner of Telegraph and Maple roads.
Auburn Hills-based Fiat Chrysler Automobiles today announced three leadership changes: Mark Stewart has been named COO of the North America region, Niel Golightly has been named global chief communications officer, and Mike Keegan has been named chief audit, sustainability, and compliance officer.
Chevrolet today unveiled its 2020 Silverado HD High Country, the second of five trim level models for the new pickup. The trim levels also include Work Truck, Custom, LT, and LTZ.
Detroit’s O’Keefe, a financial and strategic advisory firm, has announced its founder and CEO, Patrick M. O’Keefe, is the recipient of The Detroit Executives Association’s 2018 Executive of the Year Award.
The Home Builders Association (HBA) of Michigan expects single-family new home construction to rise by 3 percent in the coming year.
Ford Motor Co. in Dearborn Tuesday announced it began renovation of Michigan Central Station, the centerpiece of its to-be Corktown mobility campus. The first phase of the four-year project includes stabilizing the structure and winterizing the building to dry it out and prevent further water damage.