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GM Names Former Delta Air Lines CFO Executive Vice President and CFO

GM tapped former Delta Air Lines chief financial officer to be its new executive vice president and CFO, a move that's effective Dec. 1.

First-time Unemployment Claims Continue Slow Fall

First-time claims for unemployment benefits continued to drop, falling some 49,000 last week. But despite a continued decline, they remained higher than pre-pandemic records.

Beaumont Seeks Participants for COVID-19 Vaccine Study

Beaumont Hospital researchers are looking for some 40,000 participants for a COVID-19 vaccine study.

State Small Business Relief Program Nears $100 Million in Grants

A state program designed to provide relief to small businesses has given out nearly $100 million in grants since its inception in July.

Libraries Hope to Help Local Businesses Survive and Thrive During Critical Times (Like This...

Libraries, long a bastion of refuge for people, are now trying to help businesses survive and thrive in these crazy pandemic times.

Cancer Rehab Therapists Meet Unique Needs of Patients

First-in-the-country cancer rehab residency program producing therapists who are helping more and more people survive cancer.

Brilliant Detroit Co-Founder and CEO Receives AARP Purpose Prize

Cindy Eggleton focuses her life on making sure families with children 8 and younger have what they need to be school ready, healthy and stable. Now the AARP has honored her with one of its most prestigious awards.

Detroit Vineyards Releases Spring 2020 Wines, Introduces ‘Woodward & Vine’ Line

Winemaker Christopher Southern, a Michigan native, produces the 2020 Spring Collection for Detroit Vineyards, the city's only tasting room.

NABR Honors Spring, Summer Best Companies to Work For

Every year the National Association for Business Resources honors the country's best companies to work for. This week, the 2020 Spring and Summer winners were recognized for their efforts.

Bedrock Unveils Retail, Residential Renovation in Former Freep Building

Detroit-based Bedrock used a media tour Wednesday to unveil the retail and residential renovations it has made in the former Free Press building on W. Lafayette.

MITC Cuts Ribbon on Ridge 5 Corporate Park

The Michigan International Technology Center cut the ribbon Monday on the 60-acre Ridge 5 Corporate Park, something officials are calling "critical infrastructure."

Perrigo Bringing North American HQ, 170 High-Pay Jobs to Grand Rapids

Perrigo plans to bring its North American corporate headquarters to Grand Rapids' Medical Mile. Coming along with it: some 170 high-paying jobs.

Oakland County Unveils Economic Strategy Focusing on Diversification, Workforce and Community Development

Oakland County hadn't had a new ecomomic development strategy in 16 years. County Executive David Coulter unveiled one Monday he says aims to "spur innovation, investment and growth."

Detroit Demo Day Awards More Than $1m to Local Businesses in First Virtual Pitch...

More than a dozen Detroit businesses got a financial boost in these economically trying times from the Rocket Mortgage Detroit Demo Day contest.

Sides Still Talking Coronavirus Relief, But Prospects of Pre-Election Deal Dimming

The sides are still talking about the next coronavirus relief package, but the chances of it coming before the Nov. 3 election are dimming.

Expert: Estate Sales Booming as People Look to Downsize Homes or Move to New...

With people wanting to downsize their homes for various reasons, or moving to a place they can work remotely, the estate-sale business is beginning to boom.

New CEO of Business Leaders for Michigan Named

Business Leaders for Michigan announces new CEO to start November 30th to succeed Doug Rothwell.

Talent Agency Looks to Expand with New Division Focused on Social-Media Influencers

They're not trying to keep up with the Kardashians, but the folks at Productions Plus are moving to tap into the ever-growing social-media influencer market.

Serial Entrepreneur Creates New Platform that Promises to Evolve How Humans Experience Classrooms, Museums

Saganworks knows humans live in a 3-D world. So their goal is to help people build endless 3-D spaces for their knowledge and experience.

Q&A: How Companies Can Create Best Practices for a Blended Remote/Onsite Workforce

Management expert Kristi Stepp of Sigred Solutions says the blended home-work space is going to be around for awhile.
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