The entrepreneurial assistance firm BBCetc (which used to go by Biotechnology Business Consultants until its services spread well beyond biotech) is sponsoring a variety of training classes in the weeks ahead in writing winning federal Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer grant proposals.
A local psychiatrist specializing in children says the number of calls coming into his office has doubled since last Friday
The latest awards and certifications from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups
A reminder that that Detroitnet.org, a networking group for IT professionals in metro Detroit, will hold its second annual “Support the Troops” event to gather electronics and other goodies for U.S. troops overseas on Thursday, Dec. 13 at Rochester Mills Beer in Rochester Hills.
Singapore-based Flextronics announced Monday that it has acquired Saturn Electronics & Engineering Inc., a supplier of electronics manufacturing services, solenoids and wiring for the automotive, appliance, consumer, energy and industrial markets.
There are no more detours around the Livernois bridge over the Clinton River in Rochester Hills.
Rochester Hills-based Ferber Warehousing is now trying to sell its proprietary inventory and business management software, called ConveyorWare, developed in-house over 25 years, to a major entity that can market, package and sell it to third parties, presumably as a “software as a service” cloud offering.
Auburn Hills police say they’ve arrested a 50-year-old Pontiac man wanted in the robberies of a local Meijer store and Sunoco gas station.
A 16-year-old high school football player in metro Detroit has been charged with assault and battery, accused of punching an opposing team’s assistant coach following a game.
An Orion Township woman is now lodged at the Oakland County Jail after police say she confessed to seven home break-ins.