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The auto supplier Visteon Corp. (NYSE: VC), in collaboration with Cohda Wireless, is providing vehicle-to-vehicle communications equipment for the U.S. Department of Transportation Safety Pilot program, which launched in late August.
The Wayne County medical examiner’s office has confirmed a mother and two children found dead in a metro Detroit home were stabbed with a butcher knife.
Police in Van Buren Township are investigating multiple homicides Thursday after discovering the bodies of a mother and her young children who had been stabbed to death.
Authorities are releasing the names of two swimmers whose bodies were recovered from a lake in western Wayne County over the weekend.
A 55-year-old hazardous waste landfill in southeastern Michigan is expanding over the next year.
Ricardo Inc., the United States subsidiary of the United Kingdom-based automotive and manufacturing engineering provider Ricardo plc, has been selected by the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to stage the FANG Challenge, a series of three competitions designed to produce the Fast, Adaptable, Next-Generation Ground vehicle.
A day after an open house at its Wayne County operations and a day before its annual shareholder meeting in Detroit, GE (NYSE: GE) announced it will add 300 new jobs at the Van Buren Township Advanced Manufacturing and Software Technology Center.
The global business giant GE Monday showed off some of what it’s been doing in western Wayne County since taking over part of the former Visteon Corp. headquarters in 2009.
Auto supplier Visteon Corp. said Thursday it had signed a memorandum of understanding to develop in-vehicle electronics for the automotive market with Farnborough, U.K.-based BAE Systems.