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The Detroit Pistons and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra today announced a multi-year partnership aimed to enhance music and education programming for Detroit youth.
The Michigan Israel Business Accelerator (MIBA) in Bloomfield Hills today announced it has appointed Sandy Selinger as its first CEO.
Health Alliance Plan in Detroit today announced the launch of the Wellness at Your Side app, which grants HAP members access to their iStrive account with their data already populated.
United Way for Southeastern Michigan Monday announced Joe Hinrichs, executive vice president and president of global operations for Ford Motor Co., will lead the organization’s 2018-2020 Community Giving Campaign. His chairmanship will start in July and continue through 2020.
The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor has created a stable artificial photosynthesis device that harnesses sunlight to break apart fresh and salt water, generating hydrogen that can be used in fuel cells. The device could also be reconfigured to turn carbon dioxide back into fuel.
Michigan moved up nine places in "Chief Executive" magazine’s 14th annual Best and Worst States for Business survey, the Michigan Department of Talent and Economic Development announced Thursday. The report was released this week and placed Michigan at No. 27 on the list.
SailTime Group will soon re-open operation of a metro Detroit franchise, the company announced Wednesday. Dave Conrad, the new franchisee, will host an open house event May 19 and 20 at the Grosse Pointe Yacht Club as part of the Great Lakes Boating Festival. The franchise will be based at Jefferson Beach Marina in St. Clair Shores.
Detroit decal company, Fathead, on Wednesday announced the launch of its FlyQuest Sports line of wall graphics. The agreement marks Fathead’s entrance into the world of e-sports, making FlyQuest the first officially licensed e-sports company offered through Fathead and its third-party retailers.
General Motors in Detroit is using a new generative design software technology from California’s Autodesk to further vehicle lightweighting. The technology will help develop efficient and lighter alternative propulsion, and zero-emission vehicles.
Detroit’s Quicken Loans Inc. is America’s largest mortgage lender, having originated $20.5 billion in home loan volume during the first quarter of 2018. The volume was more than $4 billion above the next largest competitor.