Business

Local businesses react to the new 3-week pandemic order issued by Governor Gretchen Whitmer.

Local business owners greeted the state’s new epidemic order with a mixture of emotions: anxiety about the health of their businesses, relief that staff

BTB Burrito has moved from South State St to South University Avenue.

 

The stay-in-place order has lowered sales for local businesses and restaurants.

In the week since the start of Washtenaw County’s stay-in-place order for undergraduate students at the University of Michigan, sales have dipped for some businesses in Ann Arbor.

Baron Davis and Brandon Rhodes talk during a panel on Wednesday.

The eighth annual Michigan Sports Business Conference — a collaboration between the Ross School of Business and the School of Kinesiology’s Sport Management program — will run through Friday.

Project4Prosperity is an organization that provides financial support to minority-owned businesses.

LSA sophomore Sammi Sannieniola is the chief operating officer for the new nonprofit Project4Prosperity, an organization founded in July that provides financial support to minority-owned businesses.

University alum Maggie Li and LSA senior Emily Serhan meet with their team on Zoom to discuss their new mental health screening app "Nois."

While the pandemic brought restrictions on social interactions, it also provided time for students to explore their passions. During the past six months, some University of Michigan students tried their hand at new projects and even started their own small businesses.

Business School deans met to discuss diversity virtually.

Seven business school deans from across the country gathered on Tuesday for a live webinar to discuss issues concerning diversity, equity and inclusion in education.

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The Washtenaw County Health Department alerted the public Monday afternoon to a possibility of exposure at two Ann Arbor restaurants, Brown Jug on S. University Ave. and Chapala Mexican Restaurant on N. Main St. Anyone who was at Brown Jug from Oct. 1-3 and Oct. 6 and Chapala on Oct.

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Former NASA astronaut Robert Curbeam spoke to University of Michigan alumni and students over Zoom on Wednesday about his time in the space program, the emerging space market and possible business solutions to decrease costs associated with space travel.