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GM Investing $760 Million in Toledo Propulsion Plant for EV Drive Unit Production

GM will invest some $760 million in its Toledo facility for parts production in its electric truck fleet.

Fed Hikes Interest Rate 0.75% in Ongoing Battle With Inflation

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised its key interest rate 0.75% for a third straight time. It's the fifth rate hike of 2022, with a signal that more are coming.

Biden Uses Auto Show Speech to Tout Accomplishments in EV Market

President Joe Biden visited the Detroit Auto Show Wednesday and announced $900 million worth of investments in electric vehicle charging stations across 35 states.

Biden, Buttigieg Set to Visit as Detroit Auto Show Ends 3-Year Hiatus

President Joe Biden and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg are set to visit Detroit as the North American International Auto Show returns following a three-year hiatus.

Supply Chain Issues, Inflation Driving Up Costs, Stoking Recession Fears

The price of everything from gasoline to chicken has risen substantially, with record inflation leaving fears of a recession in its wake.

Business Leaders Facing ‘Unprecedented’ Obstacles to Retention, Recruitment

Experts say CEOs and human resources professionals are facing a variety of unprecedented challenges when it comes to recruiting and retaining top talent.

Corp! Honors Top Professionals, Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs

Corp! Magazine honors MVPs for their efforts in making Michigan a better place to live and work.

Ford Cutting 3,000 Jobs in Effort to Focus on EV Market

Ford officials announced they will cut some 3,000 jobs, mostly in North America, as the automaker tries to strengthen its share of the electric-vehicle market.

Michigan Gets $52 million from Feds for Infrastructure Projects

Four Michigan infrastructure projects are about to be infused with some $52 million in federal funding provided by the bipartisan infrastructure bill Congress passed last year.

Ford, DTE Energy announce largest renewable energy purchase from a utility in U.S. history

Ford and DTE energy have signed an agreement officials are calling the largest purchase of energyi from a utility in U.S. history.

U.S. Economy Adds Better-Than-Expected 528,000 Jobs in July

Inflation is at a 40-year high, the Fed has raised interest rates three times and expects to do it again, and fear is high the U.S. is headed for...

Experts: Companies Face Challenges in Recruiting, Retaining Top Talent

From compensation to flexibility, HR experts say businesses face all kinds of challenges recruiting and keeping top talent.

Wayne State University President M. Roy Wilson To Step Down Next Year

Wayne State President M. Roy Wilson announced Monday he'll step down when his contract expires July 31, 2023.

House Passes CHIPS Act Aimed at Increasing U.S. Semiconductor Production

When U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo spoke to a group of business leaders at a Detroit Economic Club gathering back in November 2021, she used the speech to urge...

Whitmer: ’23 Budget Addresses ‘Kitchen-Table Issues,’ Helps Business, Families, Communities

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer touts the balanced FY 23 budget she just signed as tackling "kitchen-table issues" Michiganders care about.

Fed Raises Key Interest Rate Another .75% in Effort to Ward Off Record-Setting Inflation

The Federal Reserve raised a key interest rate another three-quarters of a percent Wednesday in its latest effort to fight off record-setting inflation.

CEO: Key to Success is Doing ‘the Right Things for the Right Reasons’

Jim Emme, CEO of Now Health Group, said the key to success is pretty simple: Do the right things for the right reasons.

NABR Names Atlanta’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For

Dozens of Atlanta-area companies earned honors as the National Association for Business Resources named its 2022 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For.

Chicago Companies Earn Honors as Best and Brightest to Work For

The National Association for Business Resources honored dozens of companies as the Chicago area's Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in 2022.

West Michigan Companies Honored as Best and Brightest to Work For

Dozens of companies were honored Tuesday as West Michigan's Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in 2022.
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