Wall Street Journal
Two Detroit Metropolitan Airport retailers were recognized at the Airports Council International-North America 2015 Airport Concessions Awards ceremony in Phoenix.
A full-page ad in the Wall Street Journal promoting Michigan business and tourism, along with a new right-to-work law, is under fire by a liberal advocacy group.
Ford Motor Co. announced this week at the International CES that Southfield-based JacApps will be the recommended mobile app development house for their new Ford Developer Program. Ford also announced Sync deals with a variety of content providers and aggregators.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting the Motor City has the 9th largest number of millionaires. The ranking has Detroit ahead of cities like Dallas, Atlanta, Seattle and San Diego.
There’s yet another report that Ann Arbor-based bookseller Borders Group will declare bankruptcy.
As General Motors plans its Initial Public Offering of stock and readies its road show for the sale next week, there’s word that some bankers and analysts feel shares could reach a high enough price […]
On Tuesday, October 19th and Wednesday, October 20th, WWJ Newsradio 950 attended the SAE Convergence Conference at COBO Center in Detroit. WWJ & Wall Street Journal reporter Ed Coury was broadcasting live from this bi-annual event. […]
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that 10 popular Facebook applications have been transmitting users’ personal identifying information to dozens of advertising and Internet tracking companies.