The Blue Jackets pulled even with the Red Wings with 80 points in the tight Eastern Conference playoff race.
LHP Software, an Indiana-based engineering services company, is continuing its expansion in the Detroit automotive market with a second location, and announced plans to double its staff in Michigan to 40 this year.
The farm management software developer FarmLogs said Wednesday it had closed a $4 million Series A financing round led by Drive Capital, a Columbus, Ohio venture capital fund launched in 2012 by two veterans of Silicon Valley’s Sequoia Capital.
NovoDynamics Inc., the Ann Arbor developer of advanced pattern recognition and analytics technologies, today announced a partnership with Cranel Imaging, a Columbus, Ohio distributor of technologies that support the enterprise content management, office equipment dealer and check automation markets.
A man convicted of killing two men with an AK-47 has been captured in Ohio.
Patient care doesn’t stop at state lines in the Midwest any more. Two of the nation’s fastest-growing health information exchanges — Michigan Health Connect and Ohio’s CliniSync — can now help physicians in both states securely exchange patient information using Direct.
After earning their first season-series victory over the Detroit Red Wings in franchise history, visiting Columbus seeks a fifth consecutive win in the conclusion of a home-and-home set Sunday night
The Detroit Red Wings are starting to play better. Surprisingly, so are the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Damien Brunner scored with seconds left but it’s not enough as the Detroit Red Wings lose to the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-2 on Saturday night.
After cooling off one of the league’s hottest teams, the Red Wings will try to beat one of the NHL’s worst clubs Saturday night when they visit Columbus for the second time this season.