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.
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.
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.
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?
FCA’s third-quarter profits were $640 million, down from $1.1 billion in 2017. The decline was largely due to an estimated $794-million charge stemming from diesel engine software issues. North American sales continue to bolster the company balance sheet, where the automaker had a 12.9 percent market share.
In the third quarter of 2018, GM posted a profit of $2.5 billion, compared to a loss of $3 billion during the same period in 2017, which was due to the sale of Opel/Vauxhall in Europe. Sales of all-new full-size trucks are credited with this year’s gains.
Dress to impress wherever you’re headed once the workday is over, from casual networking events to black-tie charity galas.
A lawyer in Detroit taps his manufacturing roots to better advise clients, including himself.
As president of The Rockefeller Foundation, West Bloomfield Township native Dr. Rajiv J. Shah is on a quest to make the world a better place.
Our holiday shopping guide takes you from the American Revolution to outer space.
Michigan’s economy has accelerated over the last two years due to favorable federal policies and smart reform from Lansing. But unless state leaders lower personal taxes, remove burdensome regulations, and eliminate corporate welfare programs, the good times won’t last.
The E-Interview, President of Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce, Farmington Hills
Dave Morrow, a graduate of Brother Rice High School in Bloomfield Township, takes the lacrosse world by storm.
From fashionable eyewear to luxurious skin care, here’s everything you need to put your best face forward this fall.
Michigan’s automakers and suppliers are harnessing artificial intelligence capabilities in a bid to revolutionize the industry, but they’re not alone.