Sears Has 'Substantial Doubt' About Its FutureSears, once the monolith of American retail, is doubting it will be able to keep its doors open.
Cleveland Pastors' Protest Targets Dan Gilbert In Detroit"What we are against is any deal that continues this tale of two cities," Rev. Linda Robinson said.
Demolition Begins At Longtime Birmingham RestaurantA once popular Woodward Ave. eatery has a date with the wrecking ball.
Detroit's Shinola Shines Light On Heart Of Motor City In New CampaignShinola is launching a new advertising campaign -- celebrating the American worker.
J.C. Penney Announces 7 Stores To Close In MichiganThese are stores that contribute less than 5 percent to the company's business.
Google Hopes To Improve Search Quality With 'Offensive' FlagWith the change, content with racial slurs could now get flagged under a new category called "upsetting-offensive."
Trump Announces Plan To Re-Examine Fuel Economy Standards"The era for the economic surrender for the United States is over, it's over," Trump told the crowd.
Autoworkers Get Time Off To Attend, Others Protest Detroit Area Trump SpeechThe crowd inside was a mix of supporters and the curious.
McDonald's Tests Mobile Ordering Before National RolloutMcDonald's has started testing mobile order-and-pay after acknowledging the ordering process in its restaurants can be "stressful."
GM Adding, Retaining 900 Jobs Across 3 Michigan PlantsNew jobs are coming to General Motors.
Trump Headed To Michigan To Discuss Eliminating Regulations, Creating Jobs In U.S. Auto IndustryPresident Donald Trump is headed to Ypsilanti this week to discuss federal policy concerning the U.S. auto industry.
Detroit QLINE Rail Car Opens For Public Rides May 12All aboard!