Ford Motor Co. revealed Thursday an audacious plan to build a $700 million plant at the Rouge complex that would create the first all-electric F-150, the nation’s bestselling vehicle.
Some national data suggests Michigan might be recovering faster than most states from the COVID-19 pandemic’s economic downturn.
The University of Michigan launched a record 31 startups in fiscal year 2020, a 40% increase during a period that included a pandemic and temporarily shuttered labs.
BorgWarner Inc., a large auto supplier in Auburn Hills, is partnering with a California-based startup accelerator and the Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council (MMSDC) to open an incubator location in Detroit.
The North American Space Summit took place in Traverse City, Michigan, where locals hope that a closed correctional facility could become the command central for launch sites throughout the state.
The state of Michigan announced a partnership with Cavnue to develop a next-generation transportation corridor between Detroit and Ann Arbor, which would integrate a range of technologies to enable connected and automated vehicles to smoothly interoperate with traditional vehicles.
As the Michigan startup scene is growing and venture capitalists see several key areas of opportunities, TechCrunch surveyed some of the top VCs in the state and asked how they see COVID-19 affecting the growth of Detroit, Ann Arbor and all of Michigan’s startup ecosystem.
May Mobility’s expansion in Ann Arbor underscores Michigan’s leadership position in autonomous and connected vehicle technology
Michigan continues to demonstrate its leadership in the mobility and autonomous vehicles sector as May Mobility, a global developer of autonomous shuttles, announced plans to expand in Ann Arbor with support from the Michigan Strategic Fund.
Michigan captures eight top 10 spots in Business Facilities’ annual Rankings Report; Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Genesee County also receive recognition
Michigan has captured eight top 10 spots on Business Facilities’ 16th annual Rankings Report for 2020, including once again taking the #1 ranking for in the Automotive Manufacturing Strength category.
The Oscoda-Wurtsmith Airport was picked to handle what are called horizontal launches, with operations possible as early as 2023, should it be approved by the feds.
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