The latest in new business earned by Michigan’s technology-focused companies
Livonia-based TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. (NYSE: TRW) has recently started production of its electrically powered steering belt drive system for the first time on a global vehicle platform launching in China.
On May 9, 12 Chinese students were the first to graduate from Wayne State University’s 3+2 program – a partnership with several Chinese universities.
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An ex- General Motors engineer convicted of stealing hybrid technology was sentenced to just a year and a day in prison, far below the punishment sought by the government in a case that involved an alleged scheme to take the trade secrets to China.
General Motors Co. wants a long prison sentence next week for a former employee and her husband who were convicted of stealing hybrid vehicle technology for potential use by competitors in China.
As China leapfrogs over Germany for third place among countries where Michigan products are exported to, the effort to build two-way bridges between the huge Asian nation and the Great Lakes State continues to flourish.
The Southfield public relations and marketing communications firm Airfoil has announced an affiliate relationship with China-based Newell PR.
EcoMotors, developers of the opposed-piston-opposed-cylinder engine, announced a deal with Zhongding Power of Xuancheng, China to build a $200 million plant in Anhui Province.
LLamasoft Inc. bills itself as “the global leader in supply chain design software,” and its latest sale backs up that claim.