GE's Power Division Plans To Cut About 12,000 Jobs GloballyIt's unclear if any jobs in Michigan will be affected by the cuts.
In The Age Of Amazon, Walmart Is Changing Its Legal NameThe company says the move underscores its growing emphasis on serving shoppers in different ways.
VW Executive Gets 7 Years In Prison In Emissions Cheating ScandalOliver Schmidt will be deported after he serves his sentence.
Gov. Snyder Signs Temporary Emergency Medical Marijuana RulesStarting Dec. 15, the state will begin accepting license applications to grow, process, sell, transport or test marijuana.
Delay Of Game: Demolition Of Pontiac Silverdome Doesn't Go As Planned [VIDEO]The company is in the process of checking the miles of wiring that was put in place for the project.
Michigan Minimum Wage Rising In JanuaryIt's the final definitive increase provided by a 2014 law.
Chick-fil-A Opens First Location In Downtown DetroitFast-food fans are ready!
Work To Build Gordie Howe International Bridge ContinuesThe tour highlighted the over $300 million of work being carried out on the new Gordie Howe Bridge.
Thousands Of American Airlines Flights Without Pilots Due To Computer GlitchA union spokesman calls the situation "a potential crisis" for the world's biggest airline during the busy holiday season.
Grant Announced For Project On Detroit's Avenue Of FashionA closed department store along Detroit's Avenue of Fashion is to be restored as part of a revitalization of the once-vibrant business district.
Michigan, Enbridge Reach Deal To Boost Safety Of Pipelines Under Straits Of Mackinac"...We are going to ensure the highest level of environmental safety standards are implemented to protect one of Michigan's most valuable natural resources," Gov. Snyder said.
Restaurant Owners Finding Strong Appetites In DetroitA resurgent downtown Detroit has become something of a magnet for small startup companies, corporate headquarters and even fine cuisine.