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Dessert Oasis' Nathan Hamood pioneers coffee and pomade in Rochester and Detroit

Between one coffee shop in downtown Rochester, another in downtown Detroit, and a hair balm business on the side, it's a wonder entrepreneur Nathan Hamood ever sleeps. Metromode's MJ Galbraith finds out how he keeps going.

Big gets bigger: September 8 innovation news roundup

Growth in underwear, sewing and automotive. Also, Bill Clinton loves Detroit!

Innovation news roundup, September 1, 2016

China invests in Michigan, a Troy-based auto company buys German, two new data facilities rise in Southfield and more in this week's innovation news roundup.

Metro Detroit business news roundup: Week of August 9

Two presidential candidates talk Michigan jobs, Lear may move jobs from Mexico to Detroit, and ag, trucking industries short on workers.

AIM Computer Solutions rebuilds bigger, better, stronger after fire

Now more than a year into its rebuild, the Fraser-based server company is poised for growth.

DASI Solutions doubles in size with acquisition of California firm

The Pontiac-based engineering development solution reseller is expecting double-digit growth.

Bank of Ann Arbor expands to Oakland County with merger

The banks will continue on under the Bank of Ann Arbor brand.

Automation Alley makes investments, adds firms to 7Cs program

The portfolio includes companies that help hospitals collaborate pre-surgery, provide analytics for gyms, offer R&D tools and more.

Big data in automotive industry fuels growth at NITS Solutions

The Novi-based data analytics and marketing firm is on a hiring spree.

West Coast work drives hires at HelloWorld in Southfield

There's a lot of "headroom for growth" on the West Coast, according to CEO Peter DeNunzio.

SVS Vision grows into optical retail juggernaut

Following a business model change to focus on retail, the Mt. Clemens-based optical company is growing and hiring.

Community Choice Credit Union adds branches as it grows

The venerable old credit union is expanding to meet its customers where they live and work.

Cambridge Consulting Group moves to downtown Royal Oak

Cambridge Consulting Group is moving from stereotypical suburbia in Troy to the more dynamic urban setting of downtown Royal Oak this summer.

Architectural studies turn into Dearborn design studio, Hallarsan Group

Growing Dearborn-based design firm focuses on soup-to-nuts design services for restauraunts.

Giffels Webster acquires Lathrup Village-based Clearzoning

The merger will turn Giffels Webster into a multi-disciplinary firm that handles everything from planning to engineering to consulting for infrastructure and construction projects both public and private.
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