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Hey, glad you stopped by. You wouldn’t believe what I found in the wonderful world of tech over the past 24 hours…
Execs with a bank formed in part to serve people in southeast Michigan berated customers and exchanged email calling Indians derogatory names, according to a lawsuit.
A 46-year-old man has been arrested in India in connection with the murder of his wife, 14-year-old daughter and 12-year-old son in Novi back in October 2008.
For doctoral student Kapil Patki, the opportunity to work with structural engineering expert and professor Christopher Eamon was enough to make him want to pursue his passion at Wayne State University.
Compuware Corp. announced that Netmagic Solutions, India’s largest managed IT hosting services provider and a leader in the Indian cloud infrastructure market, has expanded its application performance management partnership with Compuware.
Lawrence Technological University’s robot, vuLTUre2, finished fifth in the Auto-Nav Challenge, the main event at the 20th annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition held at Oakland University June 8-11.
Everist Genomics, a rapidly growing personalized medicine company, announced that it has established a joint-venture company with the Manipal Group, a health care company in India. The joint venture will market EGI’s portfolio of diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic selection technologies in India.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. Friday announced Michigan Strategic Fund approval of an $875,000 Michigan Business Development Program incentive to HCL America Inc. for its new location in Jackson, a project that will generate up to $3.35 million in new private investment and add 300 new jobs.
Two teams of undergraduate engineering students at Michigan Technological University have developed two low-cost, workable prostheses — one a knee, one a foot — and brought them to India, the first step in an effort to make them available to that nation’s many poor.
Red Cedar Technology announced Monday that EinNel Technologies has agreed to distribute the HEEDS family of design optimization software throughout India.