Loveland Technologies, a Detroit- and San Francisco-based social web mapping company, has completed a financing round that will assist the 10-person team in working toward its mission of making pub
The University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and College of Engineering have teamed up to launch the Desai Family Accelerator, which will help support early-stage ventures with mentorship a
When Entrepalooza — a symposium highlighting entrepreneurship and venture capital leaders — first launched at the University of Michigan in 2001, the event largely drew an audience of community mem
Plans for the new Desai Family Accelerator at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor were officially unveiled last week.
With water risk rising in some companies and basins as a more urgent problem than climate change, University of Michigan researchers have worked out a way to measure how it affects stock volatility
The University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business is holding its annual free, open-to-the-public symposium on entrepreneurship, called Entrepalooza, Sept. 12 at the Michigan League.
Want to create a company but not sure where to begin? Here’s an idea: Crack these books at the beach or before that summer barbecue for a crash course in startups.
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AdAdapted has locked down $725,000 in seed capital to help it scale up its mobile advertising platform.
Growing numbers of small-business owners say unfilled job openings are thwarting their growth at a time of high confidence in the economy.