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30 in their Thirties

30 in Their Thirties 2019

The 2019 Class of 30 in Their Thirties volunteered their time during Life Remodeled's Six-Day Project in Detroit (Aug. 5-10). The nonprofit group, located at the Durfee Innovation Society (formerly Durfee Middle School), helps transform neighborhoods and lives of residents.
Jody Levy

Juicing a Business

Jody Levy grew up in Bloomfield Village and went on to co-found a watermelon juice company that’s ecological and sustainable.
Dark Stores

Dark Stores

Since the Great Recession, many big-box stores across the state have successfully appealed community assessments to the Michigan Tax Tribunal. As a result, there’s less money for infrastructure, public safety, and education.
John Hantz

Urban Nutrient

Can John Hantz’s tree farm in Detroit be a model for turning around struggling neighborhoods?
2019 Powered by Women

2019 Powered by Women

From reader nominations, DBusiness selected eight professional women who are driving growth in Michigan, the nation, and the world.
Cellular Defense

Cellular Defense

For years, federal authorities and police officials, in the pursuit of an investigation, have demanded customer location records from cellular carriers. But that all changed when Detroit attorney Harold Z. Gurewitz took a local criminal case all the way to the United States Supreme Court.
Tim Allen

Pure Tim

As the long-running Pure Michigan campaign gears up for a new series of ads featuring the voice of near-native son and actor Tim Allen, the commercials are in the crosshairs of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s fiscal budget.

The Century Club 2019

To thrive in business 100 years or more takes innovation, determination, and reinvention as shown by these companies and organizations focused on law, consumer protection, education, land development, and veterinary medicine.
Katie Bigelow

2019 Champions of the New Economy

For the 10th consecutive year, DBusiness has selected five regional executives who are driving growth in the technology sector and navigating the shift from a manufacturing-based economy to one offering more technical and mobility-based products and services.

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?

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