It was the same old song for the Detroit area’s residential real estate market in February, according to new numbers from the Farmington Hills-based real estate information company Realcomp II Ltd.: The number of sales is down, but prices are up.
Employers in the Detroit area, West Michigan and the state as a whole are expected to hire at a brisk pace during the second quarter, according to the latest Employment Outlook Survey, released Tuesday by the Milwaukee, Wis.-based temporary help firm Manpower Inc.
The temporary help firm Manpower Inc. says employers in the Detroit area and West Michigan plan to hire at a steady pace in the first qurater of 2014.
Detroit’s real estate market is officially red-hot.
Employers in the Detroit area expect to hire at a modest pace in the second quarter starting April 1, according to the quarterly Employment Outlook Survey from the Milwaukee-based temporary help firm Manpower Inc. Hiring is predicted to be much stronger in West Michigan.
AT&T is focused on enabling 4G speeds and enhanced reliability for customers in the Detroit area, part of its overall planned $19-billion investment in its U.S. wireless and wireline networks and other capital projects in 2011.
Dallas-based MetroPCS Communications Inc. (NYSE: PCS) said Wednesday that it will offer Detroit-area customers faster mobile phone data and video speeds, with what it’s calling the first commercial 4G (for fourth-generation) wireless services in the […]
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