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Grand Circus, a business incubation, training, and co-working lab in Detroit’s Broderick Tower, has teamed up with Invest Detroit to launch a fellowship program that connects graduating computer science majors with Michigan-based startups.
The University of Michigan Health System in Ann Arbor announced Tuesday a $10 million bequest from two New York City-based philanthropists and U-M alumni.
Zehnder’s of Frankenmuth and the Bavarian Inn, both popular restaurants among Michiganders, have also received national accolades by ranking No. 1 and No. 2 for having served the most guests in 2013, says a new report from Restaurant Business magazine.
Lisa Payne, vice chairman and CFO of Taubman Centers Inc. in Bloomfield Hills, a large developer and owner of luxury shopping malls, spoke with DBusiness Daily News about her involvement with CARE House of Oakland County, a child abuse and neglect council based in Pontiac where she serves as a board member.
City officials from Hamtramck and Highland Park on Monday will begin surveying and assessing the scope of blight at more than 13,000 property parcels in both cities.
Garden Fresh Gourmet founder Jack Aronson and co-CEO John J. Latella will share the Ferndale-based salsa company’s story of developing an iconic brand and building consumer engagement at the seventh annual Making It In Michigan Conference and Premier Specialty Food Show on Nov. 12.
The University of Michigan Stamps School of Art and Design announced Wednesday a new two-year graduate program in integrative design beginning in fall 2015.
Phoenix Theatres, which operates three southeast Michigan theaters, is in the process of renovating each auditorium in the historic, four-screen State Wayne Theatre in downtown Wayne.
Doctors at the Detroit Medical Center are the first in the country to use a new drug coated balloon catheter — the only technology of its kind approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for use in treating peripheral arterial disease.
Consumers Energy saved Michigan homeowners and businesses approximately $295 million in utility costs during last winter’s, with its dreaded polar vortex, in part due to the utility’s elaborate underground storage system, company officials said Monday.