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Casey Ratlief to Smith & Harroff; Anna Shih and Teresa Lavenue have joined Dykema. Courtesy photos Close Ratlief to Smith & Harroff Casey Ratlief has moved to the public relations and advertising firm Smith & Harroff, based in Alexandria, Va.
Mich. (AP) — Penske Automotive Group Inc. says it has signed a deal for Nissan to build a new four-door version of its Smart line of small cars, as it aims to boost sales of the suffering brand. Penske says the new car, set to go
MIAfter nearly 10 years of searching, clingy, neurotic Ryan Dollett, 31, has finally found his soulmate in passive-aggressive, emotionally distant Amy Sunderland, 28, sources reported Monday. "I want to be with Amy every single second, I just love
gloStream, maker of gloEMR, gloPM and gloSuite the only electronic medical record and practice management software with Microsoft® Office built right in today announced the " glo For It! " electronic medical record ("EMR") replacement program. Under
Mich. (AP) — Homebuilder PulteGroup Inc. said Wednesday that a class-action suit that accused it of contributing to the subprime mortgage meltdown has been dismissed. The suit against its subsidiary Centex Homes was dismissed
Mich. — Homebuilder PulteGroup Inc. said Wednesday that a class-action suit that accused it of contributing to the subprime mortgage meltdown has been dismissed. The suit against its subsidiary Centex Homes was dismissed March 31, the company said...
The 77-year-old founder of Pulte Homes is stepping down from the board of directors, saying six decades is enough...Pulte announced he will retire March 31 from the board of the Bloomfield Hills, Mich., company and won't be replaced, reducing the
German automaker Daimler's Smart car is in danger of being eclipsed by the BMW Mini if Daimler cannot find a partner to help, an auto industry analyst said. The Smart's U.S. debut in 2008 was greeted with sales of 24,662 vehicles, The Washington Post
Mich. — Penske Automotive Group said Friday its third-quarter profit rose 16 percent, as sales spurred by the government's Cash for Clunkers program and lower expenses offset costs stemming from its failed effort to buy General Motors Co.'s Saturn
Junk removal services in North Carolina have the sad job of cleaning out foreclosed houses and going through the former residents’ lives, reports Robert Lopez of the Greensboro News & Record. The objects left behind, like a