CITYROW – a rowing fitness boutique founded by Knapp – will open its third location in Ann Arbor at 401 E. Liberty this spring.

After discovering she had three herniated disks at age 27, University of Michigan alum Helaine Knapp was determined to find an effective, low-impact workout.

Following months of competition, Amazon released a short list of 20 cities Thursday as potential locations for its second headquarters, “Amazon HQ2.” Despite encouragement from Mark Schlis

When Ann Arbor resident Lilian Anderson set out to find cooking classes for her daughter to enroll in, she said she was shocked by the lack of options.

Cribspot, an Ann-Arbor based real-estate start-up that was founded by three University students, is slated to close parts of their Ann Arbor office this year, according to local landlords.

Engineering junior Benjamin Eu is a co-founder of a new student start-up company that transports luggage for business travelers to airports and hotels.

One University of Michigan student is looking to pack your bags soon. Luggage Teleport Inc., a new student start-up, transports luggage for business travelers to airports and hotels in the San Francisco and Las Vegas areas

Uber is expanding its presence in Ann Arbor with the launch of UberEATS, a new food delivery system featuring Uber drivers as the deliverers.

Students on campus are used to hailing a ride with Uber, but now they can order a snack or meal with the company as well.

LSA senior Samuel McMullen and Ross senior Debbie Cheng share their reasons for becoming more environmentally friendly in Ross Tuesday.

Live Zero Waste is an online platform that provides resources and tools for those interested in living a waste-free lifestyle, started by LSA senior Samuel McMullen and his older sister, University of Michigan alum Lydia McMullen, in 2016.


University alumni Patrick Rabban and Chris Asmar came up the idea for their app during their senior year in college. They sought a way to organize quotes and inside jokes from friends, and thus, “Echollection” was born. 


Before starting his freshman year at the University of Michigan, LSA sophomore Cooper Kirby asked himself if college was truly something he wanted to do. Luckily, he later found a way to balance academics and his interest in fashion, and has just released a new clothing brand this year.

Students participate in the UpRound Conference Saturday at the Ross School of Business.

UpRound, a new University of Michigan student organization for any undergraduate student interested in learning more about venture capitalism, hosted its first annual training and a competition on Saturday.