The latest new business earned by Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups
From the East Coast to the West Coast, recycling is a big issue for local governments.
The testing of a compact cancer-treatment technology from ProTom International Inc. demonstrated last week that the system achieves its design specification: delivering high-energy protons to isocenter at a beam intensity sufficient for standard clinical practice.
Ann Arbor’s Eiler Communications and its Apogee Insights Group partner have a new strategic alliance with Austin, Texas-bsaed Global Language Monitor.
Dow Chemical Co. and Imagine Homes, a San Antonio-based homebuilder leading the nation in new high performance green building technology, unveiled the first solar standard community in San Antonio.
The U.S. Supreme Curt heard verbal arguments Wednesday in the case of Fisher v. the University of Texas at Austin, where affirmative action is still used in admissions.
New business won by Michigan’s technology-focused companies
General Motors is opening a new computer center in Austin, Texas, where it plans to hire up to 500 people. GM CIO Randy Mott insisted that the opening won’t mean layoffs of GM IT staffers in Michigan.
When it comes to tailgating, grilling is a must. As a simple crowd pleaser, kabobs have infinite variations.
Plymouth-based Burroughs Inc. Tuesday announced the acquisition of Houston, Texas-based Absolute ATM Services Inc.