Business

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.

Fingerle Lumber Co. will close Saturday as Arbor Bar, an entity of Union Joints, seeks to take its place.

Once Fingerle Lumber Co. closes its doors Saturday, Arbor Bar, an entity of Union Joints, will move forward with plans to open a restaurant on Fingerle’s former 45,000-square-foot site at South Main Street.

Bob Dascola, a primary figure at Dascola Barbers, tends to a customer on a Monday afternoon at the historic Ann Arbor barbershop on State Street that has been part of the community for 80 years.

Bob Dascola and his family have been in the barbershop business for 220 years. The family barbershop, Dascola Barbers, will celebrate its 80th anniversary in April. Dascola Barbers is located near Ben & Jerry’s and Potbelly Sandwich Shop at 304 1/2 S. State St.

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Often hailed as Michigan’s Silicon Valley, Ann Arbor is home to a variety of entrepreneurs and up-and-coming

New local restaurant, Chow Asian Street Food, prepares to open its doors in mid-March.

Brothers and business partners Ryan and Thad Gillies, current co-owners of Logan, an American fine dining restaurant on West Washington Street, will

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As part of Ripple’s University Blockchain Research Initiative, the University of Michigan received a $1 million grant for education and research in blockchain and cryptocurrency —  types of financial techn

BusyBox LLC was started by a group of University of Michigan students and alumni and the business supports sexual health both on campus and throughout the country.

A group of University of Michigan students and alumni launched a business supporting sexual health both on campus and throughout the country: BusyBox, LLC.

Engineering junior Sara Bashir interviews with The Daily to discuss her threading business.

On top of attending classes and fulfilling other typical college related responsibilities, Engineering sophomore Sara Bashir runs and operates her own mini-business. Using her Ann Arbor apartment as a makeshift salon, Bashir provides lip and eyebrow threading services to students.

Downtown Ann Arbor’s Literati Bookstore was announced as one of five finalists of Publishers Weekly’s Bookstore of the Year Award.

Downtown Ann Arbor’s Literati Bookstore was announced as one of five finalists in Publishers Weekly’s Bookstore of