Microsoft Restructures Phone Business, Expands BingMicrosoft announced two major moves recently including the layoff of 7,800 employees and AOL will now use the Bing search engine.
Council Seeks Updates On Detroit Police Chief Situation The Board of Police Commissioners selected firms to conduct a search for a new chief, but no money was immediately available in November from the city to move forward.
Detroit Firefighters Getting New BedsArt Van Furniture founder Art Van Elslander, Mayor Dave Bing and Fire Commissioner Don Austin announced the store is donating 150 beds and mattresses to the department.
Groundbreaking For Detroit's New Public Safety HeadquartersDetroit's mayor and police chief were on hand Wednesday for groundbreaking of the city's new public safety headquarters.
City Looks To Create Lighting Authority To Help Keep Street Lights On In DetroitDetroit Mayor Dave Bing's chief operations officer Chris Brown outlined for city council plans to finally fix and keep the street lights on.
Detroit Mayor Undergoes SurgeryThe surgery was needed to repair a perforation of the intestines. Mayor Bing is expected to remain hospitalized for five to seven days.
Client Wins From February 22New business earned by Michigan's technology-focused companies
Client Wins From February 15New business earned by Michigan's technology-focused companies and institutions
Detroit Casinos Feel Singled Out By Proposed Tax IncreaseOperators of Detroit's three casinos say they are opposed to a tax increase proposed in Mayor Dave Bing's budget presentation to the City Council.
Reaction To Governor's Budget PlanCollege students say they're worried about how the governor's proposed budget will effect their plans to get a degree.
Michigan Matters: Big Four At Detroit Economic ClubIt was talk of water that got temperatures rising among the "Big Four" regional leaders during the recent Detroit Economic Club luncheon gathering at Cobo Center that airs as a special "Michigan Matters."
Detroit Economic Club Hosts Big '4' Leaders The 'Big Four' will discuss the economy, Michigan growth and many other key issues live inside the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in conjunction with the Detroit Economic Club (DEC), Friday at 11:30 a.m. at the Cobo Center.