EY Announces Daryl Adams of The Shyft Group as an Entrepreneur Of The Year 2022 Michigan and Northwest Ohio Award Winner

NOVI, Mich- Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) announced today that Daryl AdamsPresident and CEO of The Shyft Group, was named an Entrepreneur Of The Year 2022 Michigan and Northwest Ohio Award winner. Entrepreneur Of The Year is one of the preeminent competitive business awards for entrepreneurs and leaders of high-growth companies who think big … Read more

Michigan Aims to Invest 280 Million in Large-Scale Tutoring Plan – The 74

Sign up here for The 74’s daily newsletter. Donate here to support The 74’s independent journalism. The spending of billions of dollars in K-12 pandemic aid is being slowed by the review of district plans by state education agencies, which is required to ensure schools are spending funds in line with the guidelines set by … Read more

17-year-old entrepreneur opens a food truck in Port Huron

17-year-old entrepreneur Nicholas Robbins has always had a passion for health and fitness. When he was in sixth grade, Robbins struggled with being overweight so he set a goal for himself to eat healthier and exercise frequently, which helped to improve his overall health. Six years later, as a recent graduate of Port Huron Northern … Read more

Ford’s Michigan Central launches small business fund in Detroit

Ford launched a bootcamp offering training, grants and loans to small businesses near its Michigan Central Station in Corktown. What’s happening: Applications are now open until June 30 for the $ 500,000 Advancing Community Businesses program, according to a press release first provided to Axios. Why it matters: Small businesses still hurting from the pandemic … Read more

MI Appeals Court case could have wide implications for Michiganders receiving no-fault insurance policy benefits

LANSING, Mich. -A case going in front of Michigan Appeals Court judges on Tuesday could have wide ranging implications for Michiganders who receive medical benefits through a no-fault insurance policy, if they purchased a policy and were injured before July 2021. Under the new law, which took effect on July 2, 2021, any medical service … Read more

Detroit car detailing business sees success after going viral on TikTok

DETROIT (WXYZ) – From washing to vacuuming, Dae’s Detail in Detroit is in the business of transforming rides. Run by a mother-son duo, Typhany Jones and Daviant Palmer. Their motto is simple “Success is hard work” and with nearly 50 cars serviced per month, Deviant feels good about the future. “Hopefully open up a couple … Read more

Local entrepreneur launches in-home care service to help those in need

It takes a special individual to care for others who can’t take care of themselves, and that’s what BeLove Home Care does for families and individuals in the community. Owner Bonika Surline started her own home care business in January 2022 after working as an employee in the medical field for 16 years. In-home care … Read more

Abbott Restarts Baby Formula Plant Linked to Contamination | Business News

By MATTHEW PERRONE, AP Health Writer WASHINGTON (AP) – Abbott Nutrition has restarted production at the Michigan baby formula factory that has been closed for months due to contamination, the company said Saturday, taking a step toward easing a nationwide supply shortage expected to persist into the summer. The February shutdown of the largest formula … Read more

Kent County Sheriff’s Office using plate reading cameras

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – For a few weeks, the Kent County Sheriff’s Office has been using Advanced License Plate Reader (ALPR) technology to identify and track stolen vehicles or cars carrying people who may be in danger. The 25 cameras are spread around Kent County in undisclosed locations and constantly relay information that may help … Read more

Former Macomb County prosecutor used drug forfeiture money for parties, secretary gifts, more

MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. – In exchange for turning two felony charges into one misdemeanor, the right-hand man of the former Macomb County Prosecutor Eric Smith has agreed to testify that Smith took drug forfeiture money that should have gone to the public and instead used it for parties, gifts for secretaries, and more. Derek Miller … Read more