Pardon Me: Michigan Plant Making Way For Grey Poupon MustardThe state with a history of manufacturing motors and Motown music is making more room for mustard.
McDonald's Recalls Millions Of Happy Meals Fitness BandsThe CPSC says the bands may cause skin irritation or burns to children.
Michigan's First 'Glampground' Planned To Open In 2017 [VIDEO TOUR]"It's still happening" — if just a bit delayed.
4 Finalists Named In $50,000 Hatch Detroit Entrepreneurs ContestThe public can cast votes to help one of the businesses win the top prize, which comes with a brick and mortar location in Detroit, Highland Park or Hamtramck.
Ex-Wahlburgers Employees Sue, Claiming Denied Wages And TipsThey claim Wahlburgers failed to pay them the proper minimum wage and regularly kept tips designated for servers.
Michigan To Auction Off 380 Tax-Foreclosed PropertiesThe properties have been foreclosed because of delinquent property taxes.
Ford CEO Promises Self-Driving Cars On The Road By 2021"The next decade will be defined by automation of the automobile," Mark Field said.
Ruby Tuesday Shutting Down 95 Restaurants NationwideThe company says it will try to retain affected workers by placing them in other, nearby locations.
Judge Lets VW Test Program To Scrap Cheating Diesel VehiclesIn June, VW agreed to spend as much as $15 billion to settle lawsuits and complaints.
Semifinalists Selected For Hatch Detroit Entrepreneurs Contest [VIDEO]The entrepreneurs are competing for a $50,000 grand prize to help open a brick and mortar location, and more than $200,000 in pro bono services.
In Metro Detroit, Clinton Portrays Trump Economic Plans As Handouts For RichThe Democratic presidential nominee made a campaign stop at a manufacturing facility in Warren.
Southfield Outlines Ambitious Vision For Site Of Defunct Northland Center Mall"The vision isn't just pie in the sky," Mayor Ken Siver says.