A local company is looking to hire a number of qualified engineers.
Chrysler is adding 25 workers per shift to its Wrangler line at the Toledo Assembly plant. And, Nissan plans to hire 200 engineers over the next two years at its Farmington Hills technical center.
The latest industry accreditations and honors from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, groups and institutions
Some payments from the city of St. Clair to companies involved in a highway project are being withheld after a crack developed along the pavement.
Finding qualified engineers in Michigan though hasn’t been easy at Ford Motor Company because many people have left the state.
Altair Engineering Inc. announced Thursday that the staffing division of its product development business has doubled its active engineering specialists onsite at manufacturers and suppliers throughout the U.S. during the last 12 months.
This week, we visit the SAE World Congress, take a look at Porsche’s future in the Motor City, and test drive a new hybrid from Lexus.
University of Michigan scientists and engineers have been awarded more than 500 federal stimulus-package research grants to date, totaling $301.1 million.
Ford Motor Co. Monday announced it will add 7,000 new hourly and salaried jobs between this year and next in the United States, many in high-tech engineering areas.
General Motors (NYSE: GM) said Tuesday it will add 1,000 engineers and researchers in Michigan over the next two years to significantly expand its vehicle electrification expertise