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UBS Financial Services Inc. has opened a new 11,000-square-foot branch office on the third floor of 1201/1217 Woodward Ave. in the historic downtown Woodward shopping district, its first venture in the city of Detroit.
Southfield-based Beaumont Health has selected property in Livonia for a new comprehensive outpatient care campus slated to open in 2020.
Waymo, the San Francisco-based autonomous vehicle technology company, is partnering with Detroit’s American Axle and Manufacturing to build self-driving vehicles at one of AAM’s Motor City plants.
Visitors to the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation in Dearborn will have a new health-conscious dining option starting this winter – The Plum Market Kitchen.
Dearborn’s Ford Motor Co. celebrated its pony car’s 55th anniversary last week with the news that it is the world’s top-selling sports coupe for the fourth consecutive year, and the top-selling sports car in the United States last year.
General Motors Co. will auction a final production seventh-generation Chevrolet Corvette with a new mid-engine design this summer, with the proceeds benefiting the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, a charity that assists injured military veterans and first responders.
Rochester Hills’ Prefix, Ohio’s Workhorse Join Forces to Refine, Manufacture Electric Delivery Vehicle of...
Rochester Hills-based Prefix Corp. and Cincinnati’s Workhouse Group Inc. are joining forces to finalize the design, development, and production of Workhorse’s N-GEN series all-electric delivery van.
When Southfield’s SME convenes its 29th annual RAPID + TCT event at Cobo Center in Detroit May 20-23, its growth over three decades will be as apparent as the expansion of the 3-D printing technology on which it focuses.
Southfield’s USABC Grants California’s Zenlabs $4.8M Contract for Low-cost, Fast-charge Battery Development
The United States Advanced Battery Consortium in Southfield has awarded a $4.8 million technology development contract to Zenlabs Energy Inc. of Fremont, Calif., for development of low-cost, fast-charge (LC/FC) battery technology for electric vehicles.
German automaker Audi is expanding its use of 3-D printing by using custom-designed and locally printed auxiliary tools from a 3-D printer to help employees on production lines. It’s also creating a separate 3-D printing department.