Michigan will begin selling lottery tickets and offering games online next year.
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The Michigan Lottery sees the Internet as its new frontier for business, where more tickets can be sold and games can be played to ultimately pump more money into public schools.
Verizon Wireless and Bright House Networks Tuesday announced they are teaming up in metro Detroit to offer new and existing customers greater selections, value and convenience in their wireless and entertainment packages.
Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, has made a $100,000 investment through the Automation Alley Pre-Seed Fund in Buz FM Inc., an Orion Township-based Internet and software company specializing in social media, digital marketing and advertising technologies.
The Michigan Lottery plans to begin selling online subscriptions for games such as Mega Millions and Powerball starting this spring.
Many of the state’s universities and school districts were hit with an internet outage overnight.
From the streets to cyberspace, 21st century gangs are taking their arguments to the Internet.
Michigan legislation aimed at prohibiting employers from asking job applicants and employees for online passwords and other account information could become law.