A tentative deal has been reached for a $650 million events center in downtown Detroit.
Detroit brand leapfrogs perinnial leaders Toyota and Honda.
Donna Kosrick and her husband Fred Kostrick own License Plat Heaven, a Fraser, Mich. company that repurposes license plates into art.
The accounting and business advisory firm Plante Moran is back for a third year to ask Midwest organizations how they fuel innovation. The Plante Moran 2013 Innovation Survey aims to share best practices among its participants, to make participants more innovative.
Michigan utilities could add up to a $1 surcharge to electric bills to provide heating assistance to low-income customers under legislation headed to the governor’s desk.
It’s the fourth time at No. 1 on the Computerworld list for the Detroit-based mortgage lender. Also in at No. 57: Southfield-based Secure-24
The housing market in metro Detroit is now fully back. The Farmington Hills-based real estate information provider Realcomp II Ltd. Monday reported the strongest May ever for home sales in the 10-county metro Detroit area.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. and Tim Hortons restaurants are teaming up to host a live MiVirtualCareerFair event on June 26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. online and at participating restaurants around Michigan.
A state law banning most animals from restaurants could change under legislation in the Michigan House.
State officials are making the case to Fiat head Sergio Marchionne to select Tennessee for the Italian automaker’s joint headquarters with Chrysler Group LLC.
The first Whole Foods store in Detroit officially opened for business on Wednesday, June 5, 2013.
Ninth graders from Detroit Public Schools got a chance to get a hands-on feel for the construction trades as a possible career choice.
Workers at the Park Medical Centers said a former maintenance worker came in shooting and took a female worker downstairs before setting the building ablaze.
The city of Detroit is turning red to raise awareness of the final days metro Detroiters can donate to The Salvation Army’s 2012 Red Kettle Campaign, which ends when red kettles leave storefronts across metro Detroit on Christmas Eve. (WWJ Photos by Pat Sweeting)
Demolition has begun on one of the biggest, empty building sites in southeast Michigan: the Ford Wixom Plant. The facility, which is visible from I-96 and Wixom Road, has been closed since 2007.
Detroit celebrate’s Whole Food’s arrival in Midtown.