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Bedrock Names New Executive Leaders in Detroit

Detroit-based Bedrock, a full-service real estate firm — responsible for investing more than $5.6 billion in acquiring and developing more than 100 properties in downtown Detroit and Cleveland — today has named three new...
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Ecorse Moves Forward with Plans to Redevelop Mill Street Industrial Site

In a move to revitalize the city, Ecorse officials have approved plans to redevelop the former Mill Street industrial site on the city’s waterfront with a mix of housing, entertainment, restaurants, and recreation.Officials see...
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Meijer Plans Grocery Retail Project for Lafayette Park/Rivertown Neighborhoods

Grand Rapids-based Meijer, the City of Detroit, and RDG Rivertown Market LLC have joined forces to build a new grocery retail development on East Jefferson Avenue.Located in the East Jefferson Corridor, which has been...
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Report: Hackers, Ransomware Gangs Diversify Tactics to Inflict More Harm

Some of the world’s most skilled nation-state cyber adversaries and notorious ransomware gangs are deploying an arsenal of new open-sourced tools, actively exploiting corporate email systems, and using online extortion to scare victims into...
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Ford China Reports Record Sales for Third Quarter

Dearborn-based Ford Motor Co. today reported its joint ventures, Changan Ford, JMC, and Ford Lio-Ho, sold a record 164,352 vehicles in Greater China in the third quarter.Strong sales momentum contributed to 25.4 percent year-over-year...

New Mobility Projects Increase Accessibility for Michigan Residents

Pointing to the critical role transportation plays in improving access to services and public life in communities across the state, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced the final round of pilot projects to receive funding under the $8 Million Michigan Mobility Challenge initiative today at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

Southfield’s Lear Partners with Global Accelerator Techstars Detroit

Lear Corp., a global automotive technology leader with offices in Southfield, today announced a partnership with Techstars, a worldwide network that helps entrepreneurs grow. The announcement was made at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

Media Preview of the Detroit Zoo's Polk Penguin Conservation Center

The Detroit Zoo held a media preview of its new $30 million Polk Penguin Conservation Center on April 13. The 33,000-square-foot center features a chilled 325,000-gallon, 25-foot-deep aquatic area where visitors can observe penguins. The facility, home to more than 80 penguins, opens to the public on April 18.