The Royal Oak-based National Adopt-A-Watt Program, which allows business and community groups to sponsor energy efficiency technology for cash-strapped local government, announced a new client, the Temecula Valley Unified School District in California.
The 13-year-old’s mother said her daughter left their home late at night, climbing out a bedroom window to take off with the 34-year-old California man.
A murder suspect wanted in California is behind bars thanks to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Department.
A jury says Toyota is not liable for the death of a California woman who was killed when her 2006 Camry crashed.
TechShop, a membership-based do-it-yourself workshop and fabrication center, Monday announced a goal to raise $60 million to build more TechShop centers across the country, including one in Grand Rapids. TechShop already has a location in Allen Park in a former Ford Motor Co. engineering center.
Royal Oak-based Resort Advantage LLC, a provider of casino financial management and tax software, announced an integration partnership with Glendale, Calif.-based FutureLogic Inc., a provider of ticket, coupon and receipt printers used in applications ranging from casinos to voting locations to hospitals to gas pumps.
Cypress, Calif.-based Healthcare Synergy Inc. has signed an agreement with Great Lakes Health Information Exchange, forging the first partnership of a home health electronic medical record vendor with the Michigan based health information exchange.
Ten percent of Detroit-area technology executives recently surveyed expect to expand their IT teams in the fourth quarter of 2013, according to the just-released Robert Half Technology IT Hiring Forecast and Local Trend Report. This compares to 11 percent in the previous quarter.
Lakeside Software, the Bloomfield Hills-based provider of IT analytics and business intelligence software, Monday announced what it called the next step in its partnership with Santa Clara, Calif.-based Login VSI Inc., a provider of virtual desktop performance and load-testing services and support.
The Web development company We Build Databases Thursday announced the launch of an e-commerce website for buying and selling commercial property records that it developed for AdexPro.