The Entertainment Book popular gift and, since 1962, a way for metro Detroiters to save some cash.
In less than a month, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder will decide whether the state will take over Detroit’s broken finances and send in someone to oversee the city’s fiscal recovery.
Projections show Detroit’s cash on hand dropping as low as $3.6 million by Dec. 21. It stood at $53 million on Friday.
American Suzuki Motor says it decided to exit the car business because of slow sales, unfavorable foreign exchange rates and high costs due to U.S. regulatory requirements
Energy Conversion Devices Inc. (OTC: ENERQ.PK) and its wholly-owned subsidiary United Solar Ovonic LLC last week announced that the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Michigan has confirmed its Second Amended Joint Plan of Liquidation.
John L. Smith always believed real estate development was the safest investment of all, saying “you may not make money, but you won’t lose money.”
A bank is extending a deadline on a bond transaction that will let the city of Detroit get most of June’s revenue sharing payment from the state.
The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press report Monday that Ayanna Kilpatrick claims to owe $345,000 and have monthly expenses of over $3,900.
The sale of United Solar as a going concern won’t happen. Its parent company, Energy Conversion Devices, Monday announced that the assets related to the United Solar Ovonic LLC thin, flexible solar panel business will be sold at auction June 26.
It still owes the government just under $12 billion from a $17.2 billion dollar loan it got during the financial meltdown of 2008 and ’09.