Quicken has pledged $10 million to the about $140 million project.
Billionaire Dan Gilbert and his company Quicken Loans will be responsible for giving the M-1 Rail its name.
More than $180,000 has been raised for local charities through a unique fundraiser where individuals paid at least $1,000 to repel down a Detroit skyscraper.
Charities Raise Funds By Rappelling Down A Detroit Skyscraper; WWJ Reporter Gives 1st Person Perspective [Video]
Bedrock Real Estate Services and Quicken Loans partnered with Over the Edge to raise funds for two Detroit-area charities by giving those who donate at least $1,000 a chance to rappel down a Detroit skyscraper.
Gilbert has filed a preemptive lawsuit claiming the Department of Justice is trying to force a cash settlement for something he didn’t do.
The following statement was released by Quicken Loans on April 23, 2015, regarding a U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit: “Quicken Loans is the FHA’s largest lender. By its own objective public reporting, FHA ranks Quicken […]
The U.S. Department of Justice is suing Quicken Loans, alleging the company lied to the government when making loans backed by the government.
The lender says there’s a “political agenda” by the government to try to get Quicken to admit wrongdoing and pay huge penalties.
Job seekers looking for a position with tech companies can learn more about opportunities with Detroit-area firms at a pair of job fairs this weekend.
Gilbert’s Bedrock Real Estate has purchased the landmark building One Detroit Center on Woodward Avenue in the city