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The Detroit nonprofit, which hires formerly homeless people to sew sleeping bag coats for people on streets around the world, has signed a long-term lease... [Read More]
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Paul Singer's New York-based hedge fund could pressure the Bloomfield Hills-based mall owner and operator into a potential sale, according to people familiar with the... [Read More]
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The exchange of city- and Wayne County-owned property is part of a Rock Ventures plan to develop the unfinished jail site downtown and build a... [Read More]
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The new owners rename the Troy office complex and plan about $10 million in renovations in the next two years. [Read More]
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The Auburn Hills fowling, drinking and dining venue now offers the increasingly popular sport, which is similar to darts. [Read More]
As the number of listings continue to fall, homes are selling quickly and commanding higher prices, Realcomp Ltd. II reported. [Read More]
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The sponsors hope the light-hearted inaugural event Tuesday helps promote the role design can play in solving everyday business problems and offers networking for the... [Read More]
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The assistant U.S. attorney will replace retiring Judge Henry Saad in the 2nd District. [Read More]
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The Detroit nonprofit, which hires formerly homeless people to sew sleeping bag coats for people on streets around the world, has signed a long-term lease... [Read More]
Medical experts, community leaders suggest path to preventing, treating addiction. Sponsored by Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. [Read More]
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The designer was killed Friday in a car accident in Bloomfield Township. The Birmingham resident was known for contemporary designs, including painted white brick and... [Read More]
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The renovation, funded publicly and with donations from local businesses, will offer expanded programing to students. [Read More]
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Paul Tagliabue and Jim Hackett will join UM Athletics Director Warde Manuel for the free public event. [Read More]
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The Berkley-based outdoorsy apparel and home goods company is creating new branded merchandise for state parks across the Lower Peninsula, starting with Belle Isle. [Read More]
Crain's Detroit Business Senior Reporter Chad Livengood talks with Nolan Finley on 910AM Superstation on Monday about Crain's top stories. Listen to the interview and... [Read More]
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Whether to test potential or current employees, and what to do with the results, has become a knottier problem with legalization and a worker shortage. [Read More]
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The decision could pave the way for the $100 million-plus development to break ground in late January or early February, with occupancy expected in May... [Read More]
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The NFL has its work cut out for itself to capture and keep the attention of young fans. [Read More]
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The Van Buren Township-based company is the first tier-one automotive supplier to become a founding sponsor for the proving grounds, which has reached its $108... [Read More]
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Crain's Detroit Business Editor and Publisher Ron Fournier chats with Paul W. Smith on WJR AM 760 about stories from this weekamplt;br/ampgt;s issue of Crain's.... [Read More]
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