As cases surge at the University of Michigan, students in on-campus, off-campus and near-campus housing are told: Stay home.
Business Leaders for Michigan announces new CEO to start November 30th to succeed Doug Rothwell.
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.
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.
Ruby+Associates recently were certified as a Women's Business Enterprise by the Great Lakes Women's Business Council.
Panelists at a Corp! Magazine webinar on making society more racially equitable agreed: The work isn't easy.
Darlene King stayed in a dark place for awhile after the death of George Floyd. Then she emerged to continue the fight against systemic and institutional racism.
In a year of heightened racial awareness, companies and organizations are developing diversity and inclusion programs to match the times. Corp! honors those who do it the best.
Davenport president talks about tyhe challenges facing education during, and after, the pandemic.
A new podcast sheds light on the the U.S. pizza wars, the history of Domino's and the rise of founder Tom Monaghan.
Facing a rise in COVID-19 cases, officials at Grand Valley State University have issued a two-week stay-in-place order for students living on- and off-campus.
Two Facebook friends engaged in a debate about police conduct and racial justice decided to go to the source, and met with the Livingston County Sheriff to try to understand each other.
Domino's Pizza is leveraging its status as one of the world's top pizza companies to raise $100 million over 10 years for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued an order clarifying the treatment of workers who stay home with specific symptoms of COVID-19.
With COVID-19 cases still climbing in the state, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Tuesday turned her attention to another potential epidemic: The flu. The state launched a media campaign to encourage Michiganders to get their flu vaccines.
Some of Michigan's leading businesswomen will be honored at the MichBusiness Virtual Women Thrive Conference Aug. 17-21.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Thursday signed an executive order making face coverings mandatory indoors at child care centers and day camps.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed directives Wednesday recognizing racism as a public health crisis and setting up the state's first Black Leadership Advisory Council.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced a deal with Pfizer for production and nationwide delivery of 100 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, following approval and manufacture of one.
Michigan and Michigan State coaches joined Gov. Gretchen Whitmer earlier this week to debut an advertisement in which they urge Michiganders to mask up.