Expect steady, if unspectacular, growth in the American economy through 2018, according to a J.P. Morgan Chase economist at an Automation Alley event Thursday.
2013 was a very good year for Greenlancer.com, the Detroit-based solar energy engineering company. It grew from three to nine full-time employees and moved out of its loft-style office on Grand Boulevard to the 27th floor of the David Stott building downtown.
Diplomat Specialty Pharmacy has made the list of Inc. Magazine’s fastest growing privately held companies for the fifth consecutive year.
Software from iDashboards turns reams and reams of raw data into useful information that can be analyzed in an instant.
Online Tech, already the largest secure and compliant data center operator in Michigan, is continuing its recent trend of aggressive growth and has renovated 5,000 square feet of Ann Arbor office space to expand its company headquarters.
Hennessey Capital announced Wednesday that it continues to witness growth in the manufacturing sector. Of the new clients Hennessey Capital has secured in the past 60 days, 66 percent are manufacturers.
The Two Men And A Truck franchised moving service Wednesday reported strong gorwth in the first six months of the year, with revenue of $144 million, up 19 percent from a year earlier.
Michigan-based Gibbs Sports Amphibians plans to add dealers, hire additional employees and introduce several new products following the successful launch of the Gibbs Quadski – the world’s first personal sports amphibian — earlier this year.
“We wanted to maintain our presence in Ann Arbor, we just needed a larger space,” said Christine Slocumb, president of Clarity Quest Marketing. “Ann Arbor is a vibrant city with a growing economy and a great entrepreneurial spirit — the perfect place for a marketing agency serving technology and healthcare companies.”
Marvel Technologies Inc., a provider of IT products and services, announced its mid-year financial results for the period ending June 30.