Three innovative new companies will face off for cash prizes in the "Pitch Pit" competition at Ann Arbor SPARK.
WACKER will add an Ann Arbor location after having maintained a subsidiary in Adrian for nearly 50 years.
A digital addiction treatment program and several other Washtenaw County companies will compete for cash prizes of up to $500,000.
Curo, which produces wireless sensors to ensure elderly patients' health, will operate out of Ann Arbor SPARK.
Last week's conference sought strategies for addressing the second-largest and fastest-growing criminal industry in the world.
McCreadie Group's Vestigo application will help the hospital ramp up clinical trials at its new cancer center.
Well-established LLamasoft describes a partnership with the startup Local Orbit as a way to stay in touch with its entrepreneurial roots.
Dublin-based pharmaceutical giant Allergan bought Ann Arbor startup RetroSense for $60 million.
Questions like "When do I get paid next?" and "Can I afford this?" plague most of us daily, but the Finie AI assistant puts the answers at mobile users' fingertips.
With the assistance of one new employee, Samaritas is assisting refugees in their transition to new homes in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti.
A new comprehensive guide to funding and other opportunities for entrepreneurs in Michigan shows a treasure trove in Ann Arbor.
This year the Ann Arbor startup has deployed in Kenya, pursued clinical trials in Detroit, and established a new headquarters.
Three newly arrived West Coast startups will tackle a variety of industry issues with help from University of Michigan students.
Ann Arbor's Logic Solutions partnered with Michigan-based HouseSetter on Sherlock, a device that keeps tabs on a home's electricity use and more while owners are out of town.
The Saline-based mouthguard manufacturer ranked No. 1,130 on the magazine's list. How did they do it?