Michigan is already known as a global leader in the automotive industry. Business Leaders for Michigan, the statewide CEO grouip that succeeded Detroit Renaissance, Wednesday outlined a plan to grow that industry further with a target of adding 100,000 new jobs in what BLM calls mobility.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups
Uncle Sam is watching, but there is no federal government bailout in the works for Detroit.
The American auto industry is on a “slow and steady growth path up,” even though it now accounts for a mere 12 percent of global auto production, a panel said Wednesday at the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference.
Electric sports car maker Fisker Automotive has laid off about 160 people at its California headquarters.
Macomb County Executive Mark A. Hackel will attend an expansion celebration for Fori Automation Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at Fori’s offices, 50955 Wing Drive in Shelby Township.
You know the saying: ‘As GM goes, so goes the nation.’ Last week, both GM and Ford stocks sputtered on Wall Street as their European operations continue to be a challenge.
Talking to workers at Chrysler headquarters on Monday, Gov. Rick Snyder said local talent will bring automotive companies back to our state.
The next generation of product information online is now available on Atlas Copco’s Web sites.
Southfield-based Polk and New York City-based Ad Summos Tuesday announced an agreement giving Ad Summos access to Polk’s automotive information, helping the company provide insight into whether consumers that have seen an ad online actually end […]