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Yesterday Dan Gilbert's Rock Ventures launched a bike sharing program in tandem with Zagster in downtown Detroit.
Tyree Guyton, a longtime Detroit resident and artist, has struggled to keep the Heidelberg Project afloat since the mid-1980s.
Detroit attracts more detractors than supporters, but the Motor City received a huge boost thanks to Google Maps.
While Triple Pundit was in Michigan last week, we drove an opportunity to drive a 2014 Ford Escape Detroit for individual architectural tours.
There are over 49 million hungry Americans, or 1 in 6 people: and over 1 in 5 children. World Hunger Day is this Tuesday, on May 28.
Detroit entrepreneurs are getting a bad rap in the Motor City. So are white people really bad for Detroit?
On Monday, Ford Motor Co. and General Motors (GM) inked an agreement that links both companies to develop next generation transmissions for cars and trucks.
Let me share some developments pointing to why I believe Detroit’s transformation is turning the city into an exciting sustainability laboratory.
Yesterday Chevrolet announced that it would support IdleAir and its technology, which allows truckers to avoid idling during their rest breaks.
Last week’s North American International Show featured several hybrid, electric and plug-in (PHEV) vehicles on the floor of COBO Hall. Among them was Via Motors, which unveiled the concept E-REV VTRUX, a retrofitted General Motors (GM) pickup truck--the 2013 Chevrolet Silverado, to be ...
Commercial vehicles' mileage will be more important for companies like Ford as they are an important slice of the pie for many automakers.
Motor Co.’s River Rouge plant in Dearborn is one of the most impressive factories on earth.