First-time unemployment claims fell to levels not seen since March, but they're still far above pre-pandemic levels.
Grand Rapids businessman Peter Secchia is being remembered for his love of everything Grand Rapids and Michigan State University. Secchia, 83, died Wednesday.
As cases surge at the University of Michigan, students in on-campus, off-campus and near-campus housing are told: Stay home.
Halloween is likely to be slower this year for retailers and trick-or-treaters, but experts say there will still be opportunities to celebrate.
General Motors is investing $2 billion in a Tennessee plant that will become its third to produce electric vehicles, and millions more in five Michigan facilities.
While federal lawmakers and President Trump wrangle over a new COVID-19 relief package, first-time unemployment claims ticked up to nearly 900,000 last week.
Experts say diners are likely to see innovations in their restaurants -- including robots -- as owners figure out their strategy moving forward.
With COVID-19 putting a strain on the resources of domestic violence shelters, the DTE Energy Foundation announced Tuesday it would provide $1 million in grants to 45 shelters to help them weather the strain.
Economist Mark Zandi said the last six months have been "unprecedented" for the U.S. economy, and that the next president needs to "step on the accelerator" to get it going.
Basically re-creating limits imposed by orders issued by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer before her powers were struck down by the state Supreme Court, the state health department Friday issued new guidelines on masks, venue capacity and other restrictions.
The U.S. Small Business Administration yesterday released a new, simpler loan forgiveness application for businesses that took Paycheck Protection Program loans of $50,000 or less.
Panelists at a Corp! Magazine webinar on making society more racially equitable agreed: The work isn't easy.
The Michigan Supreme Court ruled that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer does not have the authority to declare a state of emergency, meaning the governor and the Republican-led state Legislature will have to work together to fight COVID-19.
The U.S. added 661,000 jobs in September, but the airline industry is eyeing layoffs unless federal aid is approved. Meanwhile, first-time unemployment claims remained under 1 million for the fifth week.
Jim Farley stepped in as the new CEO at Ford Thursday. On the same day, the company announced a restructuring of its leadership team and changes to its operating model.
Experts say the challenge for retailers this shopping season will be convincing people they're adapting to customer needs, providing new services and offer promotions that draw customers in.
Movie theaters, bowling alleys and other performance venues can reopen beginning Oct. 9, after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order to that effect.
Michigan's weekly unemployment claims drop, but overall stastistics are still historically bad since the COVID-19 pandemic started.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the state Legislature have reached agreement on a 2021 budget, though concerns still exist over a likely 2022 shortfall.
United Wholesale Mortgage announced a merger with Gores Holdings IV officials say will value the company at some $16.1 billion.