Detroit Businesses Can Apply For Paycheck Protection ProgramApplications for the latest round of the program are being accepted through March 31 at Detroitmeansbusiness.org.
8 Michigan Businesses Cited For COVID-19 Safety ViolationsThe state of Michigan cited a fire department, school district and businesses in Metro Detroit.
33% Of Michigan Restaurant Operators Believe They’ll Close For Good In 6 Months, Report SaysBusinesses across Michigan have been hurting since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
$10M Fund Aims To Help Oakland County RestaurantsThe proposal will go before the county board on Monday to be voted on.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Businesses Required To Check For SymptomsOakland County Executive Dave Coulter says the mandate will last until April 13.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Financial Specialist Provides Advice For BusinessesCW50's April Morton spoke with a financial specialist for those worried about their finances.
AG Nessel Warns Businesses Seeking To Illegally Profit From Coronavirus FearsMichigan residents should be on high-alert for anyone who tries to take advantage of their fears about Coronavirus, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel warned.
AT&T Expands Mobile Internet Coverage In South Haven And SaugatuckAs part of its continuing network investment to support growing demand for advanced mobile devices and applications, AT&T announced the enhancement of mobile Internet on six cell sites providing enhanced coverage for area residents and businesses in South Haven and Saugatuck.
Urban Economic Forum Addresses Needs Of Detroit EntrepreneursUp-and-coming business owners, along with those wanting to make their biz better, were at Cobo Center Thursday morning to discuss the needs of urban entrepreneurs in the Detroit area.
Detroit's Business Community Shares Outrage Over 'Senseless' KillingDetroit's business community is sharing in the outrage over Monday's shooting that left a nine-month-old baby dead.
Detroit Council Passes Resolution To Ease City Bus Crisis"Citizens don't really care about this argument. They don't really care whose fault it is. They just want to get to work, to school and to their doctors' appointments," Councilwoman Saunteel Jenkins said.
Warren Businesses Survey Damage Following Building ExplosionNearby businesses were irreparably harmed from the impact of an explosion that destroyed an industrial laundry facility in Warren.
Power Outages In Macomb, Oakland CountiesMore than 4,500 customers were without power in Warren, Troy and Rochester Hills.
High Winds Knock Out Power To Thousands
Roadwork Slows Biz On Telegraph Rd.