Eight Michigan cities have been selected to receive technical assistance with key economic development projects.
Hall-of-Fame basketball player turned businessman Earvin “Magic” Johnson is part of a group that’s submitted a proposal to redevelop the former Michigan State Fairgrounds site in Detroit.
In an effort to assist Michigan based non-profit organizations and corporations, and to accelerate its GreenHost energy savings initiative, Internet Applications & Solutions Inc. announced Thursday it is doubling its previous level of in-kind host, development and IT support assistance to $1 million for 2012.
When it comes to research and development, look no further than Michigan. As WWJ’s Rob Sanford reports, the state is a hotbed for “R and D” projects.
Port Huron officials say they’re scrapping plans for a $28 million aquarium development in the city — for now.
The growing Midtown Detroit area will be the home of a new $12 million, 56,000-square foot retail and residential development.
Auburn Hills-based ALTe LLC said last week that it has a new hybrid powetrain development project with Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to help validate its powertrain for vehicle fleets.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing has just announced his latest plans to reshape the city.
Wolverine Advanced Materials Thursday announced separation of sales and marketing functions, new leadership in research and development and engineering, and appointment of a chief financial officer.
The presidents of Michigan State University, the University of Michigan and Wayne State University will cover a lot of ground about research and development, jobs and the economy Monday, March 21 in a WWJ Newsradio […]