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Crain's Detroit , January 1, 2017

Organizers of the 36th annual Michigan Growth Capital Symposium have begun accepting applications from early- to mid-stage companies that want to make pitches for capital at this year's event.

Entrepreneur , January 1, 2017

Prizes from business contests run the gamut.

Crain's Detroit , December 1, 2016

Thanks to participation from the Miami-based Coulter Foundation, organizers for the 36th annual Michigan Growth Capital Symposium say May's event will be the biggest and best ever.

U.S. News & World Report, November 1, 2016

Last fall, when second-year MBA student Holly Price started school at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan—Ann Arbor, she came in knowing that she wanted to find a philanthropi

Crain's Detroit , November 1, 2016

David Brophy received the Above and Beyond Award for his 35 years of sharing his knowledge of the venture capital industry and connecting investors with entrepreneurs at Wednesday's Michigan Ventur

Poets & Quants, October 1, 2016

The Founders Fund is a portion of a $60 million endowment gifted in the summer of 2015 from Sam Zell, University of Michigan alum and chairman of Chicago-based Equity Group Investments.

Business, September 1, 2016

Ben and Jerry’s co-founder Jerry Greenfield will present the keynote speech on Sept. 23 at the 2016 Entrepalooza, an annual event held by the Samuel Zell and Robert H.

DBusiness, September 1, 2016

More than 250 private equity, investment banking, and business professionals from around the United States are expected to attend the 11th annual Michigan Private Equity Conference, to be held late

Xconomy , August 1, 2016

ContentOro provides its customers with more than just words, Chunn said, describing what the company does as “selling in context.” The startup delivers articles complete with imagery and references

crain's Detroit Business, August 1, 2016

Ann Arbor-based ContentOro LLC, which provides websites with licensed content from books, has received an investment of $50,000 from the Zell Lurie Commercialization Fund, which is part of the Samu