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Alegria Pops, which features Mexican ice pops, is one of 10 businesses competing in the 2014 Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest presented by the Detroit Lions.
Apple has featured the co-founder of the Slow Roll bicycle rides through Detroit in a new advertising campaign.
AT&T has expanded its U-verse footprint in Metro Detroit as it added about 4,700 customers in June.
Pope Francis urges youth on a pilgrimage to Rome unplug from their electronic devices and get involved in “fruitful” activities.
Websites and blogs are buzzing about a possible unveiling date for the next generation of Apple’s smartphone, the iPhone 6.
Ten unique businesses are vying for a $50,000 grant in the 2014 Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest presented by the Detroit Lions.
An astronaut aboard the International Space Station snapped a nighttime photo Wednesday morning of the I-94 corridor from Detroit to Chicago and shared it on Twitter.
Basketball courts made from northern hard maple, and constructed in Michigan’s upper peninsula, will be used for the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup in Spain.
“Startups and small businesses are the engines of job creation and economic growth in Michigan, and when they thrive, so does our economy” said Rep. Peters.