Using what Mother Nature provided, David V. Johnson developed luxury resorts, million-dollar homes, and marquee office buildings in Michigan and beyond — but then came Hurricane Irma.
In her first policy win after five months in office, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed a bill that lowers auto insurance rates without calling for public hearings. The lack of transparency would have rooted out problems affecting businesses, catastrophically injured patients, and caregivers.
As state and local businesses large and small grapple with the effects of COVID-19, we provide forecasts for 10 industry sectors, including automotive, banking, real estate, health care, and logistics.
As large corporations and major benefactors tried to rejuvenate Detroit, a small group of urban planners set the stage for what today is America’s comeback city.
Milt Wilcox, Vinnie Johnson, Herman Moore, Joe Kocur, and other former Detroit professional athletes followed their elite-level sports careers by applying the lessons learned on the field, ice, and court to entrepreneurship.
Michigan has reached the crossroads: Without more funds to repair and replace roads and bridges, long-range improvement plans will hit a giant pothole.
Artificial intelligence in the form of Industry 4.0, where machines are armed with sensors, can enhance every aspect of manufacturing — from the back office to the loading dock.
A hip downtown startup before hip downtown startups were a thing in Detroit, or at least a thing anyone talked about, Creem magazine blew the doors off conventional rock ’n’ roll publishing.
The rapid adoption of 3-D printing is turning hospitals into production centers that help improve surgical outcomes, enhance training, and limit medical stays.
Complexity, risk, and frustration abound as the recreational cannabis industry in Michigan moves out of the shadows.