Post-bankruptcy Detroit will provide plentiful opportunities for investments, but only if elected officials deliver substantive improvements in basic services, the city's bankruptcy strategists sai
A post-bankruptcy Detroit could be very well positioned to convince companies and financial markets it's a good place to do business — although government accountability and persistent unemployment
Entrepreneurship is trendy. It seems that everyone you meet nowadays is starting his or her own business, or knows someone who is.
The University of Michigan’s Samuel Zell & Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies has kicked off its annual business plan competition, the Michigan Business Challenge.
The University of Michigan is at it again, supporting local startups and innovation in the state.
One of Ann Arbor’s fledgling startups is looking to vault its competition by creating an easier, more social way of storing students’ valuables.
Three student-led venture funds with the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business are actively seeking business plans to consider for their 2014-2015 investment rounds.
The Samuel Zell & Robert H.
An uncertain future faces Hewlett-Packard Co. in Pontiac as its multinational parent company prepares to split into two separate public entities by October 2015.