Detroit Breaks Ground On Tallest Tower, Symbol Of ResurgenceThe 58-story building dominating the local skyline will rise on the site of the iconic Hudson's department store.
FCC Votes To End 'Net Neutrality' Rules That Guaranteed Equal Access To InternetIn a straight party-line vote of 3-2, the GOP-controlled FCC junked the long-time principle that said all web traffic must be treated equally
Disney Buying Big Chunk Of 21st Century Fox In $52.4B DealThe entertainment business is going through some big changes.
'Michigan Matters' Spotlight: Detroit Economic Club’s Next ChapterBeth Chappell was a high level sales and marketing executive when she took over the reins of the storied Detroit Economic Club – one of the most prestigious speakers stage in the nation.
Walmart Offers Workers A Way To Get Paid EarlyThe plan is meant to help employees who are living paycheck to paycheck.
Will Misconduct Scandals Make Men Wary Of Women At Work?"I have already heard the rumblings of a backlash: 'This is why you shouldn't hire women.'"
GE's Power Division Plans To Cut About 12,000 Jobs GloballyIt's unclear if any jobs in Michigan will be affected by the cuts.
In The Age Of Amazon, Walmart Is Changing Its Legal NameThe company says the move underscores its growing emphasis on serving shoppers in different ways.
VW Executive Gets 7 Years In Prison In Emissions Cheating ScandalOliver Schmidt will be deported after he serves his sentence.
Gov. Snyder Signs Temporary Emergency Medical Marijuana RulesStarting Dec. 15, the state will begin accepting license applications to grow, process, sell, transport or test marijuana.
Delay Of Game: Demolition Of Pontiac Silverdome Doesn't Go As Planned [VIDEO]The company is in the process of checking the miles of wiring that was put in place for the project.
Michigan Minimum Wage Rising In JanuaryIt's the final definitive increase provided by a 2014 law.