High-tech floriculture will soon be blossoming in Kalamazoo county, with construction of Hark Orchids’ 35,000-square-foot laboratory and climate chambers at Midlink Business Park.
A rare part of Holocaust history will become a future exhibit in Farmington Hills.
Rofin-Sinar Technologies, the industrial laser maker with joint headquarters in Plymouth and in Hamburg, Germany, reported revenue of $131.7 million in the third fiscal quarter ended June 30, down 15 percent from $154.9 million in the same quarter a year earlier. Net income was $8.4 million or 29 cents a share, down 45 percent from $15.2 million or 52 cents a share a year earlier.
In May, when UConn gave up its chance to play on an aircraft carrier, I think most of us suspected something was up. Why bail on such a big event?
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced Friday that Germany’s Mahle Industries, an automotive and engine component manufacturer, will invest $11 million to expand its technical heaadquarters in Farmington Hills.
A 24-year-old serviceman from West Michigan has been killed in a train-bike accident near a U.S. Air Force base in Germany.
Gov. Rick Snyder Friday announced that Hark Orchids L.P., an orchid grower headquartered in Lippstadt, Germany, will invest $5 million to establish its first location outside of Germany in Kalamazoo.
The German auto supplier Continental said Friday that it had completed a two-week, 6,000-mile test of automatically driven cars in Nevada.
German police say John Demjanjuk, who was convicted last year of serving as a Nazi death camp guard, has died at the age of 91.
Altair Engineering Inc., developer of the HyperWorks computer-aided engineering software, and Hamburg, Germany-based Simufact Engineering GmbH, a provider of manufacturing simulation systems, announced they have entered a multi-year, cooperative agreement under which Altair’s SimLab will be integrated into Simufact’s process-simulation software.