The Michigan Economic Development Corporation Wednesday announced Michigan Strategic Fund approval of Michigan Business Development and Community Revitalization program incentives to six companies planning expansions in the state. The projects are expected to generate nearly $117 million in investments and add 295 new jobs in Michigan.
As the economic future of the U.S. and Michigan remains uncertain, Northville-based IAV Automotive Engineering Inc. has shown continued strong revenue and employee growth since opening its new headquarters in Northville in 2009.
DataFactZ, a Northville-based system and data integration company, is celebrating 10 years of service. Since its 2002 inception, the company says it has grown to become an international force in data warehousing.
Northville Township officials have completed a deal to buy the former Robert Scott Correctional Facility from the state for a bag full of pennies.
The latest in new business earned by Michigan’s tecnology-focused companies
The IT services provider Vision Computer Solutions has relocated its headquarters to a larger office space in the heart of downtown Northville.
The father of one of two Westland teens found dead in Detroit last week told nearly a thousand mourners at his son’s funeral Friday that the boy touched many lives.
New business won by Michigan’s technology-focused companies
Michigan State Police hope to solve rapes in Metro Detroit more quickly when they open a lab to handle rape kits this summer.
Students and staff who are considered high risk for getting TB will undergo tuberculosis skins tests next week by the Wayne County Health Department.