Companies are adding production, limiting downtime to meet rising demand.
It looks like auto plants will be humming through the summer of 2012, as the major automakers work to build more products to meet increased demand.
Good news at the pumps across Metro Detroit – gas prices have sloped below $3.10 per gallon, down about six cents in the last week.
The Pentagon is ending a multi-billion-dollar push for a new amphibious vehicle for the Marine Corps. It was anticipated the program would have created hundreds of jobs in Michigan.
ABC says an unknown substance in an envelope delivered to the “Dancing With the Stars” production office at CBS Studios in Los Angeles was later determined to be talcum powder.
General Motors is unveiling its new Camaro convertible at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Production begins in January with the first cars for sale in February.
A movie studio that announced big plans in Allen Park will be relocating in Detroit.
Local football players can try out for roles in a movie starring Kurt Russell set to be shot in western Michigan.
General Motors Corp. Friday said that strong public interest in the Chevrolet Volt would lead to a 50 percent increase in Volt production capacity in the United States. GM said it would boost Volt production […]
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