Quicken Loans Chairman Dan Gilbert appeared today on CNBC’s Squawk Box to promote Detroit and talk about all things Opportunity Detroit. If you haven’t been to Detroit lately, you wouldn’t believe all that’s going on.
Rapt.fm is the brainchild of Erik Torrenberg and Stevie Soul. They, along with CTO Jamie Pitts, aka The Source, created the company (and soon will launch a website) as a way to do three things: (read the article to find out…)
Team members of the Quicken Loans family of companies were challenged to “[de-fine] Detroit” through art and performance, August 23 at the M@dison building.
it’s with great joy that I welcome our newest super tasty coffee-supplying neighbor to downtown Detroit. It’s the one and only Chez Zara, home of the world famous Nutella Latte.
Yesterday, the Salvation Army announced it raised more than $8.2 million during its Red Kettle Campaign in Metro Detroit. The record total surpassed the goal by nearly $11,000 thanks to generous donations from folks across the area.
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.