Southeast Michigan companies have made more than $220 million in export sales as a result of Automation Alley trade mission activities, Michigan’s largest technology business association announced this week.
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A man has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to traffic in counterfeit merchandise in a case involving fake Gillette razor blades sold in West Michigan.
ProQuest is opening a new avenue for research into the history and culture of China through the digitization of a dozen of the country’s most important English-language newspapers.
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The latest in new business earned by Michigan’s technology-focused companies.
Navitas Systems LLC, a provider of energy systems and energy storage products for commercial, industrial and government customers, announced that the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware has approved the sale of A123 Systems’ Ann Arbor-based government business, including all U.S. military contracts, for $2.3 million.
Tracy McGrady has made $162 million in his NBA career but for some reason he is playing in China right now.
A former General Motors engineer and her husband were convicted by a federal jury in Detroit for conspiring to steal hybrid technology trade secrets from GM with the intent to use them in a joint venture with an automotive competitor in China.
Recognizing the world wide need for engineers with broad international experience, Oakland University has announced an agreement to implement a joint undergraduate program in mechanical engineering.