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Zipments, the New York-based company that offers consumers and businesses same-day delivery through a network of couriers, said Monday that it had closed a $2.25 million seed investment round that included two Michigan funds.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology focused companies, institutions and groups
Two months ago it was Seattle … this time it appears to be New York City.
A minor league baseball team in Virginia intends to poke fun at New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner and other celebrities with a “Salute to Scandal Night.”
During the recent NFL owners meetings, commissioner Roger Goodell all but said the 2014 draft would be held in May.
BuyMichLocal.com, a Michigan directory that promotes local businesses through its website, email blasts and social media, has now partnered with LocalVox.com to improve online reputations for Michigan businesses.
Looking for something to do at the end of this holiday week? Take a road trip. Here are our five favorite scenic drives outside of New York City.
Police say a 51-year-old Michigan man has died after suffering a heart attack during the annual New York City-wide bicycle tour.
The mayors of New York and Detroit are squaring off on who has the worst crime.
New York City’s Roasting Plant, a coffeehouse known for its innovative in-store roasting technology and wide selection of coffees brewed by the cup, announced it will open the doors of its first downtown Detroit store on Thursday, Jan. 31.