Choose Your News
Loading...
Thumbnail
Fueled by a 10.7 percent return on investment, it is the third largest in the country among public universities. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Northwood University, a longtime training hub based in Michigan for auto dealership managers and executives, said CEO Keith Pretty is retiring after 12 years at... [Read More]
Thumbnail
The Southfield-based manufacturer's float design follows its campaign to end distracted driving. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Keith Pretty plans to step down from the Midland-based private school next summer as the board of trustees organizes a private search for his replacement. [Read More]
Thumbnail
The Cincinnati-based grocery chain is moving forward with discussions to open a new location in a former Kmart space. [Read More]
Thumbnail
The cold-pressed raw juice manufacturer is consolidating its retail footprint and seeking an investment partner as it eyes distribution expansion. [Read More]
Thumbnail
From the minds of the minimalist eatery on Gratiot, Collect will feature lesser-known beers on tap and joined by a rooftop patio in the spring. [Read More]
Thumbnail
The four-year Christian school in Rochester Hills is rebranding under Rochester University in a move officials say aligns it more closely with the institution's identity. [Read More]
Thumbnail
The men's hair salon chain and media group forged a unique advertising agreement that includes a new 1,200-square-foot studio for three radio stations. [Read More]
Northern Equities is moving forward on a four-story building in the 99-percent occupied Haggerty Corridor Corporate Park that would likely cost up to $63.1 million. [Read More]
Organizers of the popular annual event. which takes place Oct. 19-21, say it will bring 55,000 people and $9 million to the city. [Read More]
The Houston-based mattress retailer announced Friday it filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy, leaving uncertain the fate of more than 20 stores in the state. [Read More]
The Bloomington, Ill.-based insurance company is permanently closing two offices in Livonia as it consolidates employees to larger hubs out of the state. [Read More]
The Ilitch-owned sports and entertainment facilities got the designation from the National Weather Service after preparing plans to handle hazardous weather and emergencies. [Read More]
The familiar red, white and blue stations are starting to pop up after two decades as BP makes a play for growth and customer nostalgia. [Read More]
The Troy-based company appointed auto industry veteran Hari Nair as interim CEO to replace Liam Butterworth. [Read More]
After serving 14 years as the telecommunication giant's president, Murray is taking on the newly created role of executive director at the Arab American and... [Read More]
Jim Murray is taking on the newly created role of executive director at the nonprofit. [Read More]
The privately held medical supplies giant plans to move into a 420,000-square-foot building by the first quarter of 2019. [Read More]
The Dallas-based entertainment company has started hiring for a mix of part- and full-time positions, including servers, bartenders, kitchen staff, maintenance and guest services. [Read More]
Loading...
Preview