Economic analysts believe things are falling into place on the jobs front here in Michigan.
The presidents of the three University Research Corridor institutions and the Michigan Economic Development Corp. will share a stage in Novi on Monday, March 21 to map out emerging business and job growth prospects at a business breakfast co-hosted by the URC and WWJ Newsradio 950.
The Michigan Economic Growth Authority Tuesday approved tax incentives for 15 companies choosing to expand or locate in Michigan, as well as two brownfield redevelopment projects.
Google confirms that it would add jobs in Ann Arbor as part of its plans to hire thousands of new workers worldwide this year.
The city of Auburn Hills Monday announced a variety of recent developments in the city’s business community, including a new wind turbine component supplier, that will translate into some 500 new jobs.
State support for 11 brownfield redevelopment projects in Lansing, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Flint and Hamtramck and six business expansions mean nearly $500 million in new investment in the state
State officials Wednesday announced that companies will invest $420.6 million in Michigan, creating and retaining 6,293 jobs in the state, 1,395 of which are new jobs. The Michigan Economic Development Corp. is helping seven companies […]
Southfield-based ImageSoft Inc. said Friday that it had completed the purchase of the ground floor of the former Wagon Building in Southfield. The company plans to relocate its 45-member corporate staff to the new space […]
State officials Tuesday announced 13 projects expected to create 4,278 new jobs and result in the investment of $103.1 million, with the assistance of tax breaks from the Michigan Economic Development Corp.
Massachusetts-based A123 Systems Monday formally opened what it called the largest lithium-ion battery production plant in North America. A123′s new Livonia plant is expected to expand A123’s manufacturing capabilities by up to 600 megawatt-hours […]