What would you do if you were sitting in on a conference with some of the greatest entrepreneurial minds in the country? What if I told you that a co-founder of America Online, the vice president of global marketing solutions for Facebook, the creator of Twitter, and Quicken Loans very own chairman were all sitting in the same room discussing the importance of technology, particularly technology in Detroit? How would you react? I’ll tell you how I reacted – I was in awe.
A 10-acre town in Wyoming is up for sale, the Housing Wire blog reports today. The town of Buford. With a whopping population of…one. That’s right — one. It’s up for sale, and the bids start at 100k.
Today, we officially took the wraps off the M@dison building, an entrepreneurial hub of creative and technology companies committed to ”WEBward” Avenue — a digital and web centered corridor of growth and activity.
Virtual shopping in Detroit? Say what? You walk up to an empty downtown Detroit storefront and you can use a handy-dandy-tech-savvy phone (or smartphone for short) to buy some really cool gear? Huh?
You do what?
Over the past four years, Northwest Unity Baptist Church in Detroit has worked with city and state officials to get assistance and tax credits for 90 new homes. These efforts are proof that the Detroit 2.0 movement is both alive and spreading!
After giving NFL offensive coordinators headaches all season long, Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has finally been recognized for his giving spirit off the field.
Thanksgiving is the perfect opportunity to help those in need. Help contribute to Detroit 2.0 by taking a proactive stance in your community today!
Here’s an inside look at the Chase Tower, the newest digs in Downtown Detroit for 1,500 Quicken Loans team members!
President Obama addressed a joint session of Congress last week to discuss a new refinancing plan and a proposed American Jobs Act.
Earvin “Magic” Johnson announced he’s joining forces with Quicken Loans founder and chairman Dan Gilbert to help rebuild the Detroit.