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The all-new 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan unveiled today at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit adds a more spacious interior, flexible seating, and high-tech infotainment and driver assistance features.
Michigan’s top economic leaders today issued a series of findings that show the state is generally prepared to meet the demand for high-paying jobs with educated and skilled workers over the next three years, however, the ability to meet demand over the long-term is less certain.
Powerley, a partnership formed by DTE Energy and Royal Oak-based Vectorform to pioneer the way homeowners manage their energy through a smartphone app, has grown its operation in the last year and is now employing nearly 20 employees.
The Dow Chemical Co. in Midland and national athletic apparel retailer Russell Brands are collaborating on new performance attire with built-in odor and freshness protection using a patented technology.
MBA students at the University of Michigan’s Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy in Ann Arbor can earn a master of public administration under a new partnership announced today with one of Latin America’s top business schools.
Consumers Energy announced today it is investing $225 million in essential natural gas infrastructure expansions and upgrades in the state to accommodate the growth of new businesses and residential customers.
Nearly 80 penguins took center stage today for the media prior to the public opening next Monday of their new $30 million home in the 33,000-square-foot Polk Penguin Conservation Center at the Detroit Zoo.
Wanting to have more direct contact with the growing job market in Detroit, Creative Circle, a national staffing agency with offices in Southfield, is relocating to the Chrysler House in downtown Detroit.
Faurecia Automotive Seating, a global automotive seating manufacturer, announced today its plans to upgrade its facility in Sterling Heights that is expected to generate more than $8 million in new private investment and add 90 new jobs.