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New data suggest that metro Detroit's 'brain drain' is over

According to new research from the Brookings Institution, metro Detroit leads the nation in retention of graduates of local colleges and universities.

Solar panel work powers triple-digit growth at GreenLancer

The alternative energy startup GreenLancer watched its revenue jump 340 percent last year.

Wheelhouse Detroit to open new bike shop in downtown Hamtramck

Wheelhouse Detroit, the popular bike shop on Detroit's RiverWalk, is opening a second location in May on Joseph Campau in downtown Hamtramck.

Aqaba Technologies grows by developing Web presence of clients in healthcare, manufacturing

Healthcare and manufacturing are two sectors where Sterling Heights-based software company Aqaba Technologies sees opportunities to bring client companies into the 21st century.

Troy-based Expetec hits $1 million milestone, emphasizes veteran hiring

Troy-based Expetec is using growing revenues to hire veterans.

HealthCure sets sights on investment, new customers in Midwest

Ann Arbor-based HealthCure anticipates investment later this spring, allowing it to expand its clientele across the Midwest.

Inmatech expects breakout year for its battery tech

Inmatech has some grand ambitions for its battery technology in 2016. The Ann Arbor-based firm is looking to close on a couple of partnerships, bring its platform to market, and hire a lot of people along the way.

Zingerman's opens The Greyline in downtown Ann Arbor

Zingerman's is moving forward on plans to build out a special events venue in downtown Ann Arbor called The Greyline.
The 5,000-square-foot space will occupy the first floor of the new Marriott Residence Inn at the corner of Huron and Ashley streets.

After leading the city through bankruptcy, Jones Day grows its Detroit office

Just a year after opening a downtown Detroit office, Jones Day is expanding its offices to accommodate a growing docket of local business.

Detroiter invents cooker that makes diabetic-friendly rice

Swad Komanduri isn't trying to reinvent the wheel with his first startup. He's just trying to reinvent the rice cooker.

Online Tech aims to hit 100-employee mark by 2018

The Ann Arbor-based company that runs data centers and provides software for cloud infrastructure saw revenue growth of 25 percent last year. And it expects to do that again this year.

Revenue growth spike inspires HookLogic to increase its high-tech staff

After hitting $115 million in revenue in 2015, Ann Arbor's HookLogic is looking to significantly grow its staff (and its revenues) in 2016.

Steve's Custom Signs opens newly expanded space in Ann Arbor

Steve Jedele's custom sign biz has gone from a college business headquartered in his parent's bonus room to a thriving Ann Arbor shop with 14 employees, 

Corridor Sausage conquers Midwest markets one weenie at a time

Demand for Corridor Sausage's products has jumped 30 percent over the last year as thanks to loyal local customers and new distribution out of state.

Three Lyons Creative aims for big third year in Corktown

Three Lyons supports Detroit brands and businesses through video, web, audio, and graphic artwork creation.
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