“Detroit’s already helped lead the American comeback in manufacturing,” the President said.
Duggan asked local business leaders to contribute their success stories that involve successfully turning-around business.
A new study from the University of Michigan shows that the modern trend of co-working helps isolated free agents thrive and be more productive.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. Tuesday announced state approval of economic development projects that will create 1,444 new jobs in Michigan and result in $362 million in business spending in the state.
Baseball caps may be worn, but only facing straight forward or straight back …
“I used to carry around a tin can of coupons,” Ken Jones told WWJ’s Stephanie Davis.
The business tax cuts were enacted by Gov. Rick Snyder and legislators at the end of 2012 but will be halted if a statewide vote fails in August.
James Ruster is the first person convicted of a felony under Michigan’s Food Law.
President Barack Obama Tuesday will announce that the Detroit area is getting a $140 million Department of Defense advanced manufacturing institute concentrating on lightweight and modern metals manufacturing.
The maker of a popular personal fitness tracker is recalling one of its models in response to customer complaints.
Opening Dec. 16. 2013 near 7 Mile and I-275.
Downtown Detroit is dressed up to look like Hong Kong for the filming of Transformers 4.
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)