The farm management software developer FarmLogs said Wednesday it had closed a $4 million Series A financing round led by Drive Capital, a Columbus, Ohio venture capital fund launched in 2012 by two veterans of Silicon Valley’s Sequoia Capital.
University of Michigan researchers have developed new ways to analyze Internet security risks by creating a mathematical model that can predict when a cyber attack may be launched.
An Ann Arbor company is giving the aviation industry its long-sought, elusive goal of practical seamless control surface technologies.
Plymouth Ventures announced today the launch of Plymouth Venture Partners III. With a fund size targeted at $60 million, PVP III will continue to execute on the same strategy and focus as PVP II. The fund will invest in growth stage businesses in the Great Lakes region.
Newark, Calif.-based Systems In Motion Inc. says it will add 150 jobs over the next year, mostly at its software delivery center in Washtenaw County’s Pittsfield Charter Township.
Amazon.com and L.L. Bean set the bar for holiday customer satisfaction in numbers released Tuesday by the Ann Arbor customer experience analytics firm ForeSee, while Priceline.com finished last.
A native of Michigan’s Thumb who now runs an agricultural app developer has been named by Forbes magazine to its 30 Under 30 list of up-and-coming young entrepreneurs.
The collaboration and document management software Flow, from the Ann Arbor database publisher ProQuest LLC, is now accessible free for researchers — including those working for institutions that don’t subscribe to the service.
Ann Arbor-based Rubicon Genomics Inc. has reported a surge in sales of its DNA analysis technology, with sales growth of 85 to 90 percent from 2012 to 2013 — the fourth straight year of strong growth.
An elderly man who was murdered inside his apartment personally let his suspected killers into his home, according to police.