Business

The University of Michigan won second place at the University of Chicago's Midwest Trading Competition this past weekend.

This past weekend, four students from the University of Michigan won second place at the University of Chicago's Midwest Trading Competition. The students were among 100 competitors across 40 teams selected from universities across the country to participate. 

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This article has been updated to clarify that a barista at Mighty Good Coffee spoke to The Daily prior to an agreement with the company not to talk to the press.

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Shake Shack is set to shake up the fast food scene in Ann Arbor. The company will be opening an Ann Arbor location in fall 2019, according to an email statement from the burger chain.

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Michigan Celebrates Small Business, an organization established in 2004 to honor the achievements of local businesses across the state, will recognize five local small businesses in their annual awards gala in May.

Literati Bookstore, located on East Washington Street, was recently named as Publishers Weekly 2019 Bookstore of the Year.

Publishers Weekly named Literati Bookstore its 2019 Bookstore of the Year on Marc

Zingerman’s Roadhouse is a semi-finalist for the James Beard Foundation’s 2019 Outstanding Service Award.

Ann Arbor restaurant Zingerman’s Roadhouse has been nominated as one of the semi-finalists for the James Beard Foundation’s 2019 Outstanding Service Award.

Twenty, a free social media app, launched nation wide last week after an exclusive trial period at the University that started in January.

Twenty, which officially launched last week nationwide, is a free social media application that seeks to help today’s digitally focused college generation disconnect from screens and spend more time connecting in person.

Jude Kelly, vice president of sales at IBM, presents at the annual "Women Who Win" event in the Ross School of Business Thursday evening.

Judy Kelly was the first woman in her community to study a profession in college other than nursing or teaching — she decided to study business. She began her career at International Business Machines, a global technology company, stuffing envelopes.

The 1880s mural is inside the now closed Peaceable Kingdom, located on Main Street.

Carol Lopez, owner of the trinket shop The Peaceable Kingdom, knew there was hidden mural dating to the 1880s when she bought a property at 210 S. Main St. more than 30 years ago.

The original Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea is located on East Washington Street.

A new type of Michigan-Ohio State rivalry is in the works. Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea announced they will be opening a location across from the Ohio State University campus in Columbus, Ohio.