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Car sharing research study begins in Dearborn

Thirty lucky college students will have free access to three Ford Focus electric vehicles to share amongst themselves.

If you don't evolve, you die: How Jacob Bishop re-energized the Mr. Alan's brand

Jacob Bishop transformed Metro Detroit's longtime bargain menswear chain into a place for finding the latest trends in shoes and clothing. Here's how he did it.

Entrepreneur launches 'Rochester-opoly' in time for the holidays

Do not pass go takes on a new meaning in Rochester's own version of Monopoly.

Detroit Grooming Company CEO keeps hands-on approach to business growth

Since 2013, Detroit Grooming Company has gone from filling 10 orders per week to over 100 per day.

After 35 years, Royal Oak vegetarian restaurant gets better and better

As the owner of one of the oldest vegetarian restaurants in the country, Nick Raftis believes that Inn Season Cafe is not something you own but something you take care of for the next generation.

Profile: Megan Ackroyd prepares to steward Scottish bakery into third generation

She's making sure that her family business sticks around for generations to come.

How Canine to Five's Liz Blondy grew her dog daycare business from city to suburb

It all started over a couple of drinks with friends.

Clawson's Junk King spins trash into gold

In a nation of stuff, three Clawson entrepreneurs figured junk removal was a good business bet. They were right.

Logicdrop expands, set to launch new product

With an emphasis on lean startup culture and customer service, Ferndale-based Logicdrop has kept the lights on. Now, they are about to launch their first product and hire new talent.

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.
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