Business

Spin the Bottle presents a new approach to dating apps.

Spin the Bottle, a new dating app launched at the end of 2016 by entrepreneur Matt Cohen and software developers Andrew Stanton and Nish Patel, is aiming to revolutionize the world of dating apps.

Companies in Ann Arbor looking to increase foot traffic and sales can now advertise in nearby locations, serving the local small business community and college students looking for discounts.   

Former Deans of Ross, Ross Dean Scott DeRue, University President Mark Schlissel, Jeff Blau, and Stephen Ross cut the ribbon at the grand opening of Blau Hall for the Ross School of Business in October 2016.

Two University of Michigan Ross School of Business alumni and former classmates, Harry Zhang and Leore Avidar, were honored on the Forbes 30 Under 30

Ann Arbor residents are head over heels for Polarity, a new pole fitness studio located on South University Avenue, which celebrated its grand opening by welcoming potential clients to a two-day open house this past weekend.

The University of Michigan Ross School of Business recently updated the Master of Supply Chain Management Program.

Due to evolution within the demands of the supply chain industry, the University of Michigan Ross School of Business recently updated its Master

Ford CEO Mark Fields announced plans to invest $700 million into Michigan while cancelling a $1.6 billion plant in San Luis Potosi, Mexico in a

The Michigan Theatre will be screening “The Pickle Recipe,” a film produced and written by University of Michigan alum Sheldon Cohn and Gary Wolfson.

“The Pickle Recipe,” a film produced and written by University of Michigan alum Sheldon Cohn and Gary Wolfson, will be screened at the Michigan Theatre beginning Friday and running daily until next Thursday.

Dundee resident LeRoy Whipple owns and manages Whip's Dog Days Hot Dogs located near CC Little.

Whip’s Dog Days has been a staple business at the University of Michigan for almost 25 years, serving students Koegel hot dogs at C.C. Little out of the back of a trailer.

LoftSmart, a New York-based startup seeking to connect college students with off-campus housing, is hoping to make an impact in the Ann Arbor market. 

Students with dietary restrictions know all too well the feeling when they can’t order a meal at a restaurant because it either contains nuts, gluten, dairy, meat or an allergen.