Retired Judge: How Equifax Screwed Us and How to Protect Your Credit
Hackers have stolen your name, your mother's maiden name, Social Security number, driver's license information, birth date and credit-card information, retired Judge MacKenzie writes.
MSU Prof's Research Advances Alternative to Condoms and Vasectomies
"There's a huge market for this research, and now we further understand the genetic underpinnings of sperm development in mammals," says Professor Chen Chen.
Bedrock Runs Driverless Shuttles in Downtown Detroit This Week
"We're learning all about the environments where customers want to operate these vehicles," May Mobility CEO Edwin Olson said.
Dan Gilbert Forms Task Force To Lure An Amazon Headquarters to Detroit
With up to 50,000 jobs at stake, competition is expected to be fierce.
Date Through Social Media Results in Sexual Assault, Police Report
The suspect went to pick the woman up at Village Green Apartments to see a late movie, the Oakland Press reports.
Retired Judge: Why Detroit Phone Records Case Affects Your Privacy
The Supreme Court will hear a Detroit criminal case involving the FBI's tracking of cell phone movements. The outcome will affect your privacy.
No Tip Needed: Domino's Pizza Tests Driverless Delivery Car in Ann Arbor
"We're interested to learn what people think," says the president of Domino's USA.
3 Busted in Drone Drop of Drugs and Phone at Prison
It's the first Michigan arrests in such an incident, The Detroit News says.
Retired Judge: The Smartphone Invasion of Our Privacy and Steps to Take
Brian MacKenize of Novi has advice to take back a little of your privacy.
Little Caesars Arena Goes Big with World's Largest Seamless Scoreboard
"Fans seated in the ends of the arena will experience the same size display as those seated on Little Caesars Arena sidelines," says Olympia Entertainment.
China's Alibaba Considers Detrioit Distribution Center
"Detroit has made such an impression on us," says a founder of Alibaba, China's giant ecommerce retailer.
Driverless Shuttle to Service U-M North Campus in Fall
“This first-ever automated shuttle service on campus is a critical research project that will help us understand the challenges and opportunities," said Huei Peng, director of Mcity.
Boost from Facebook: Detroit and West Mich. Training for 3,000 Digital Marketing Jobs
"We're hoping we can expand [marketing staff] here because our business will demand it," Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg says in downtown Detroit.
A Growing Employer Will Teach Detroiters to Code This Summer So it Can Hire Them
Meridian, a growing health insurer that needs software developers, will cover three months of full-time coding "boot camp" at the Grand Circus training center downtown.