One Los Angeles institution is buying another.
Hall-of-Fame basketball player turned businessman Earvin “Magic” Johnson plans to visit southwestern Michigan for a speech later this month.
At least eight groups advanced to the second round of the big Frank McCourt Dodgers sweepstakes. Several of them look like powerhouses. But one of them looks like a winner of the Dodgers from here.
NBA legend and Lansing native Magic Johnson has donated $1 million to the school he led to the 1979 college basketball national championship.
Best Buy Mobile and Magic Johnson Enterprises Friday celebrated Best Buy Mobile’s growth in Michigan, with Earvin “Magic” Johnson surprising the students at his high school alma mater, Everett High School in Lansing.
Earvin “Magic” Johnson lending his name and human resources company Magic Workforce Solutions at a job fair at Oakland Community College.
Former NBA star Magic Johnson is asking a judge for “mercy” and no prison for college teammate Jay Vincent, who is facing years behind bars for fraud.
Former NBA player and Michigan State star Jay Vincent is asking a judge to keep him out of prison so he can repay victims of a fraud scheme.
Earvin “Magic” Johnson — Lansing native, Michigan State University and NBA Hall of Fame basketball star, philanthropist and entrepreneur — announced Thursday he will join Detroit Venture Partners as a general partner.
NBA Hall-of-Famer Earvin “Magic” Johnson is partnering with Quicken Loans Chairman Dan Gilbert to bring jobs to Detroit by way of a venture capital firm.