Rob Collier has been president and CEO of the Council of Michigan Foundations for 18 years and helped to cement the state's reputation as a leader in the nonprofit sector.

During his 18 years as leader of the Grand Haven-based organization, he's helped to cement Michigan's reputation as a leader in the nonprofit sector.

Michigan's outgoing governor wants talent development focus on competency-based education.

The plan calls for $100 million for five years as Michigan's outgoing governor wants talent development to focus on developing specific skills.
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The USPBL is heading into its third season with hopes of building on last year's growth and generating more excitement among fans.

The baseball league's opening day at Jimmy John's Field in Utica is set for May 11.

Mullany left DMC in a management shakeup in January.

Joe Mullany, former CEO of six-hospital Detroit Medical Center, has been named CEO of Tampa-based Bayfront Health, a six-hospital for-profit system with regional hospitals along Florida's Gulf Coast, Mullany told Crain's on Thursday.

The approval clears a hurdle for Key Safety's $1.6 billion acquisition.

A U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware approved Wednesday the reorganization plan for Takata Corp.'s U.S. entity TK Holdings, paving the way for Sterling Heights' Key Safety Systems Inc. to acquire the embattled supplier.The Sterling Heights-based supplier won a stalking horse bid to acquire the embatt...

BREAKING: Jacques Panis has been with Detroit-based luxury goods maker Shinola since it began in 2011.

Panis has been with Shinola since it launched in 2011. The brand's founder, Tom Kartsotis, says his abilities would be better suited for a "more entrepreneurial" role.

Local food, drink & restaurant news!

A roundup of local food, drink and restaurant news.

"The roads are just kind of crazy," said Republican Rep. Laura Cox of Livonia, who chairs the Appropriations Committee.

Lawmakers decided to tap a budget surplus sooner in response to the poor conditions.

John Engler will donate his $510,399 salary to MSU groups.

Former Michigan Gov. John Engler intends to donate a $510,399 annual salary back to university organizations and forgo health care and retirement benefits.

A 76-unit housing development is being planned for Detroit's West Village, where food and retail spots have been multiplying.

Kercheval Associates LLC purchased most of a block between Van Dyke and Parker Street, according to city of Detroit property sales data.

It is unknown how many layoffs are in the works, but they have already begun in at least two of the five hospitals within the St. John Providence Health System.

The 14-hospital system is expected to announce a plan for job cuts in an effort to reduce costs. Nationally, the St. Louis-based health system reported a 78 percent decline in operating income.

Jim Wickham told a reporter that Quicken Loans skewed data by using a "shotgun approach" to encourage consumers to apply for financing with Rocket Mortgage.

Jim Wickham said in a 450-word letter that comments he made that appeared in a news story were "an enormous mistake."

Detroit-based SPLT has been acquired by Germany's Robert Bosch, but the ride-sharing startup's CEO and management team are to remain.

The company, which lets employers set up app-based ride-sharing programs, moved its headquarters to Detroit from New York City as part of the TechStars Mobility startup accelerator.

The president of Ford in North America has left the automaker effective immediately after complaints of "inappropriate behavior."

Raj Nair was the subject of "inappropriate behavior" complaints, Dearborn-based Ford Motor Co. said.

There's room for the Florida-based fast-food chain to more fully saturate the market.

The fast-food chain aims to expand from 45 to 104 locations in the next six to 10 years.