The latest award and certification notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
Benton Harbor-based Whirlpool Corp. (NYSE: WHR) earned a pair of environmental awards last week.
Macomb Community College, on behalf of the Michigan Coalition for Advanced Manufacturing (M-CAM), has been awarded a $24.9 million U.S. Department of Labor grant to train workers for advanced manufacturing jobs.
Taco Bell and Kinexus have signed on as the first two partners in Cengage Learning/Smart Horizon Career Online Education’s (SHCOE) Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action to reengage employees in the educational system.
Whirlpool Corp. Thursday announced a laundry mobile app that includes more than 100 years of laundry knowledge.
Whirlpool Corp. Wednesday announced it had introduced the industry’s first double-oven freestanding induction range.
Whirlpool Corp. (NYSE: WHR) announced that it has entered into agreements to become a majority shareholder (51 percent) in Hefei Rongshida Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd., a home appliances manufacturer based in Hefei, China.
Grand Valley State University signed reverse transfer agreements with Lake Michigan College in Benton Harbor and Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor.
Building on the success of its Designed to Simplify campaign, Whirlpool is bringing its national 2013 evolution campaign to life with a focus on ways appliances can not only solve some of life’s daily dramas, but can also empower the Whirlpool consumer to create an ideal sense of life each and every day.
Americans can sharply cut their energy use without sacrificing lifestyle comfort. That’s the message of Dearborn’s Ford Motor Co. and Benton Harbor-based Whirlpool Corp., which are demonstrating products in the Ford-led MyEnergy Lifetyle retrofit contest on Katie Couric’s syndicated talk show, “Katie.”