Sale Or No Sale, Changes Could Come To Twitter Users On Thursday, the company announced that it would cut 9 percent of its workforce globally as its revenue growth slowed.
MadDog Technology Moving 3 Startups To Pontiac, Plans To Hire 100 WorkersA technology business is moving three of its startup companies to Pontiac in an act that might signal another re-birth for the beleaguered city.
Subaru Recalls 4 Models; Turbo Air Pump Can Catch FireThe company reported two fires in government documents but did not list any injuries.
Ford Recalls Nearly 412K SUVs To Fix Fuel LeaksFord says a fuel supply part can develop a crack and leak gasoline that could catch fire.
Judge Approves Settlement In Volkswagen Emissions-Cheating ScandalAbout 475,000 owners of VWs and Audis with 2-liter four-cylinder diesel engines now will be able to seek buybacks of their vehicles starting next Tuesday.
Oakland County Rejected Offer To Buy Palace Of Auburn Hills For $384MThe county "did not want to risk having taxpayers shoulder another Silverdome."
Gov't: Cybersecurity Should Be Part Of Auto Design ProcessBest practice guidelines were released Monday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Logo Added To Ally Detroit CenterThe 43-story skyscraper is sporting some new branding Monday as residents spotted the Ally bank logo near the top of the postmodern architecture of One Detroit Center.
Best Cities To Build Wealth? No Need To Look Further Than DetroitDetroit is among the best U.S. cities for building wealth.
Shinola Outlet Store Opening At Great Lakes Crossing In NovemberIf you haven't been able to afford a high quality Shinola watch in the past -- you may be able to now.
Health Department: Hepatitis A Cases May Be Linked To Detroit Whole Foods MarketHealth officials are investigating two cases of Hepatitis A — a viral infection — that officials say may be linked to prepared foods sold at Whole Foods Market.
Michigan Jobless Rate Edges Up To 4.6 Percent In SeptemberIt was the first monthly increase for the state this year.