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Talent Drive

As the Motor City faces the era of autonomous mobility, spiritual heirs of Charles Brady King and Henry Ford will write code, tune a robot, and design a vehicle. But how will Detroit create and attract the multidisciplinary talent to expand on its standing as the automotive capital of the world?

Sprocket City

The first American ‘superbike’ came from Detroit; today, few motorcycles are more collectible.

The Future is Here

Global automakers will roll out autonomous vehicles in the new year. After the self-driving shakeout, which OEMs and auto suppliers will stay in the game, and which new players will join the fray?

Arc of Progress

The early days of electric power in Detroit saw the launch of startup companies and created a ruckus not unlike events of the digital age.

Cybersecurity Q&A with Dvir Reznick

Senior Marketing Manager for Automotive Cybersecurity, Harman Connected Services

Israeli Vanguard

More Michigan and Israeli high-tech companies are integrating their operations to drive new mobility platforms. A greater influx, still to come, will support the auto industry in formerly unimagined ways.

Keen Tuning

WKNR Keener 13 in Dearborn dominated the local radio market in the mid-1960s, thanks to a young widow and a crafty consultant.

30 in Their Thirties 2018

The 2018 class of 30 in Their Thirties spans the business world, including employee staffing, finance, food production, health care, insurance, real estate development, and technology.

Mobility Midway

Ford’s recent acquisition of Michigan Central Station supercharges plans for a $740-million R&D mobility campus in Detroit’s Corktown district, which has already started with the opening of The Factory. How will it all come together?

Homebred

More than a wealthy enclave, Indian Village brought architectural richness and exceptional civility to Detroit.

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