EPrize, the world’s largest provider of interactive promotions, Monday announced the acquisition of New York-based Promotions.com, a company that offers brands contests and other consumer-activation tactics.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra is tuning up for its first performance at Carnegie Hall in 17 years.
The Knicks should have their size back in time for their playoff opener, with Tyson Chandler and Kenyon Martin both on the mend.
The Port Authority said the upper level of the central terminal building at LaGuardia Airport was evacuated.
An institutional shareholder of Compuware Corp. (Nasdaq: CPWR) sharply criticized management for the Detroit company’s most recent earnings disappointment, and urged the immediate auction of the company.
A new study from the Traverse City-based Ponemon Institute and Islandia, N.Y.-baesd CA Technologies, “Security of Cloud Computing Users 2013,” shows companies have improved their practices around cloud computing security compared to a previous study from 2010.
We’re coming off a nice run of weather during the week of Super Bowl XLVII in which you could comfortably walk the streets of the French Quarter wearing shorts and a T-shirt or sporting trousers with a light long-sleeve-shirt.
Mt. Clemens based Clean Light Green Light annoiunced last week that it had designed and manufactured a project on the Holland Tunnel between New York and New Jersey.
Amy Freeze can talk football and forecasts.
Morgan Stanley, Kresge Foundation, LISC Launch $100 Million Investment Fund For Health Care, Affordable Housing
The New York investment firm Morgan Stanley, the Troy-based Krersge Foundation and the New York nonprofit Local Initiatives Support Corp. Monday launched a $100 million investment fund that is designed to expand access to health care and affordable housing for low-income residents and fund critical social services that help link the two in impoverished neighborhoods.