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Ascension's St. John Hospital and Medical Center in Detroit has been verified as an Adult Level One Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons. The announcement was made Tuesday.
Adient, an automotive seating manufacturer based in Detroit, has partnered with India's Arvind Limited, a textile company, to form Adient Arvind Automotive Fabrics, a joint venture that will develop, manufacture, and sell automotive fabrics in India.
Lost Mitten in Bloomfield Hills has announced it has received formal registration and the approval announcement of its ski-training ring design from the U.S. Patent Office. The device, called SkiRing, helps skiers learn proper hand placement and stance.
Ford Motor Co. in Dearborn today announced it will offer a device that will provide digital connectivity in older Ford cars and trucks.
An American-style bistro called Empire Kitchen and Cocktails is slated to open in May in the Brush Park Historic District in Detroit, with the official opening date to be announced next month. The restaurant will be on the first level of The Scott at Brush Park at 3150 Woodward Ave., near Little Caesars Arena.
The 2.2 million-square-foot Southfield Town Center is nearing completion of its third phase of renovations. The announcement was made Monday by 601W, the New York owner of the center.
Detroit's Bloomscape, an online plant shop, today opened its doors. The company was started by Justin Mast, a Michigan designer and entrepreneur who says he comes from at least five generations of Dutch greenhouse growers and floral industry experts.
Ford Motor Co. today announced the launch of Ready.Shop.Go., an online shopping platform that allows customers to research and prepare to buy a car without stepping into a showroom. Customers will still need to visit a dealership to finalize the sale or lease of a vehicle.
Flagstar Bancorp Inc. in Troy today reported it has closed a transaction to acquire eight Desert Community Bank branches in San Bernardino County, Calif., with approximately $600 million in deposits from East West Bank, along with certain related assets. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Illinois-based Athletico Physical Therapy Friday announced it has acquired C. Weaver Physical Therapy, a single outpatient rehabilitation center in East Lansing. The transaction marks Athletico's 35th clinic in Michigan. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.