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Real estate sales in the 10-county metro Detroit area fell 4.7 percent in November from November 2012, but prices continued their sharp upward spike, according to the Farmington Hills real estate information firm Realcomp II Ltd.
Let it snow, let it snow, let it — OK, please, don’t hurt me. I’ll shut up about how pretty the snow is and give you lots of fabulous tech news to keep you warm, okay?
The rest of this week, we’ll be taking a look back at the top tech stories of 2013 in your WWJ Tech Report. Today — the first quarter, from January to March.
We’re down to the wire — you’re almost out of time to Adopt A Family this Christmas season through Volunteers of America Michigan. But you can still make a difference in the lives of our neighbors in need.
Shopping at Detroit-area boutiques has become easier with the launch of Styleshack, a website designed to give busy consumers a personalized shopping experience with local retailers — all at their own convenience.
Sometimes, Michigan and Ohio can work together. Monday, they announced a deal to work together to build a more energy-efficient economy.
Livonia-based Beaver Aerospace & Defense Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, Monday announced two new contracts with Parker Aerospace, a business segment of Parker Hannifin Corp.
The employee engagement consultant eePulse Inc. Monday reported its latest Leadership Pulse study, http://www.leadershippulse.com. The study aims to measure the energy level of company employees.
Matt’s Favorites: Embrace The Zuck, China Succeeds At First Soft Moon Landing In 37 Years, And Much More
So, are you all dug out yet? Has the city (or county, or township) finally plowed you out? Well, good. So now you can check out all these fascinatin’ science and technology news bits…