The U.S. Women’s World Cup team is a hot product for Detroit-based graphics company Fathead, and has already eclipsed their male counterparts in sales.
Xenith announced Tuesday that it will be assembling its football helmets, made with Michigan-made products, in Detroit.
Fathead is seeing strong sales of its U.S. Soccer-related items and is offering a special for fans who want to order items in time for Tuesday’s kick-off.
Thousands of soccer fans took a long lunch Thursday to watch the United States take on Germany on a big screen in Cadillac Square.
The latest industry awards and certifications earned by Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
Last week, the first 25 participants in the “IT in the D” pilot program officially graduated, after spending two and a half months gaining real-world IT experience and receiving instruction from volunteer IT professionals at participating companies.
Fathead, purveyors of large, wall-filling officially licensed sports and entertainment image graphics, announced the launch of the Fathead Big Shot app, enabling shoppers to “try” before they buy.
Downtown Detroit just got 1,700 technology employees bigger. Quicken Loans Inc. and its sister companies have moved into 250,000 square feet of redesigned space in the Compuware Corp. headquarters at One Campus Martius at Woodward […]