Business

Co-founder and leader of Stop Trump Ann Arbor, Jessica Prozinski, discusses the proposed action items at the Community Meeting on Pangea Piercing at Crazy Wisdom Bookstore Sunday.

The owner of Pangea Piercing, J.C. Potts, closed the Ann Arbor piercing shop indefinitely last week following social media backlash and protests over allegations of racism and harassment. 

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In a $2.35 billion cash deal announced Aug.

Founder of Teaspressa, Allison DeVane, inside the new Ann Arbor location.

Teaspressa, a Phoenix-based company that sells coffee-inspired tea beverages, unveiled a new storefront at 414

Argus Farm Stop, an Ann Arbor small business focused on providing sustainable food for the community while supporting local Michigan farms, has proven a successful experiment in helping both consumers and producers in the communal food sy

One of the MCity driverless shuttles located on University of Michigan’s North Campus

On Monday, Mcity launched their driverless shuttles on the University of Michigan’s North Campus. The shuttles run Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Natural-foods store Better Health is relocating from its East Stadium Street location to Washtenaw Avenue, where it will rebrand itself as Better Health Market and Café.

Natural-foods store Better Health is relocating from its East Stadium Street location to Washtenaw Avenue, where it will rebrand itself as Better Health Market and Café.

 Business sophomores Raymond Sukanto and Victor Mahdavi created a music queuing app called UpNext to assist fellow music-minded students on their nights out.

Less than six months ago, Business sophomores Raymond Sukanto and Victor Mahdavi bonded over a frustration many University of Michigan students have at parties — feeling helpless over a bad music playlist.

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Less than two weeks after the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., more than a

A Bevi machine, which offers students the choice of either still or sparkling water with four different flavor options will be installed in the South Quad dining hall on Feb. 26, as part of a two-month trial period.

Lindsay Haas, an MDining Culinary and Nutrition Support Specialist, met with University of Michigan students last year to listen to their concerns over the lack of healthy beverage options at the residential dining halls.

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On Feb. 12, Detroit workers left their jobs and gathered in Martin Luther King Jr.