The NCAA Final Four has given us many amazing moments in its illustrious history. Here are the top 5.
AT&T Inc. announced that it has fired up a 4G LTE network in the Benton Harbor, Niles and Buchanan areas of southwest lower Michigan, the Cadillac and McBain areas of northwest Lower Michigan, and in several more locations in the Upper Peninsula and northeast Lower Michigan.
AT&T Inc. announced the availability of its high-speed mobile Internet service with the activation of several new cell sites in the northern Lower Peninsula and the central Upper Peninsula.
We Energies and Wolverine Power Cooperative announced the two companies have decided to end their joint venture at the Presque Isle Power Plant. The joint venture would have resulted in joint ownership of the plant by We Energies and Wolverine along with the installation of state-of-the-art emission controls.
“My first obligation is to know and love the people, and I will work very hard at that.”
The 11-year-old said the spider crawled out of the bag after her mother washed the grapes in the sink.
Eight Michigan cities have been selected to receive technical assistance with key economic development projects.
The proposal to convert 1.9 miles of a 20-mile trail to rail is the first such reactivation of a rail line in Michigan.
The private equity firm Beringea LLC announced that Florida-based RTI Biologics Inc. (Nasdaq: RTIX), a provider of orthopedic and other biologic implants, has announced its intent to acquire Marquette-based Pioneer Surgical Technology, a Beringea portfolio company that manufactures and distributes metal and synthetic products in the orthopedics, biologics, spine, trauma and cardiothoracic markets.
I haven’t been to Marquette on the Tech Tour for four years now. And as I recall, the last time I was here it was snowing. In May. Well, this time, a cold rain gave way to springlike sunshine and temperatures in the 50s, surely an omen for the warm greeting I got Friday from my first interviews as the 10th annual Spring Tech Tour began.