News and Articles About Detroit
The hereditary leader of Ford Motor Co. sees cars dominating the suburbs for a long time but crowded cities will drive innovation in how we get around.
The Motor City offers a trained workforce and, soon, gigabit speed Internet along with very affordable real estate.
Relationship capital is helping save the nation's most troubled city. Imagine it's importance for businesses leaders facing less onerous challenges.
Think your commute is bad? Think again.
Today's incubators are diverse and community-based. Here's a look at the breadth of options available in fashion, food and other physical-product sectors.
The upside of the Motor City's epic struggle with abandonment is a vast supply of materials for high-end goods made by ambitious startups.
Revitalization efforts get under way in former urban centers of industrial might. Will more follow?
Farmers, the original entrepreneurs, are finding a profitable niche in the vast amount of abandoned land in the Motor City.
The ruling comes more than two months after the start of a hearing to determine whether the plan was fair to creditors and feasible for the city to implement.
The city has enormous woes but also substantial resources. Building a business here serves the greater good more than perhaps anywhere else in America.
The Motor City is becoming an unlikely hub for high-end bike manufacturing.
Mary Barra, a longtime General Motors employee, deserves some of the credit for turning around GM. Now, she's taking the top job at the company and making history as the only female CEO in the auto industry worldwide.
Malaysian immigrant Choon Ng came to the U.S. for college and became an engineer. In his downtime, he invented a toy that has become a national sensation.
Starting a Business
Entrepreneurs in the Motor City have to deal with lackluster public services, but they also get access to cheap facilities and an unsaturated market.
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