Category Archives: Member Press Release

  1. OU INC helps Oakland University student launch on-demand delivery business

    About two years ago, Oakland University student and Business Administration major Connor Darrow was helping a relative downsize while in the process of having an estate sale. Wanting to quickly liquidate the furniture, he offered to deliver items to customers for the estate sale company with his family pick-up truck. Read the rest of this entry »

  2. Empower yourself in the New Year

    Change jobs. Start a new career. Make more money. Be my best self.

    Oakland Community College offers nearly 100 degree and certificate programs as well as continuing education and advanced training to get you started. New students must apply by December 15.
    Did you know, for the equivalent of as little as $25 week, students can earn 3 credits toward accredited degree, transfer and certificate programs at OCC? OCC maintains a low tuition rate for high-quality education – up to 25- to 50-percent lower cost to similar public or private higher education institutions.

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  3. Secrest Wardle Welcomes Partner Heather A. Abreu to Troy Location

    Heather A. Abreu joins Secrest Wardle as a Partner at the Firm’s Troy office. Ms. Abreu possesses nearly 10 years of experience in civil litigation and has represented clients in a variety of first and third party auto negligence, commercial liability, and property matters. Prior to her career in law, she worked as an English teacher and PIP claim representative. Ms. Abreu is a member of the Firm’s Motor Vehicle Litigation, Premises Liability, Insurance Coverage, and General Negligence Practice Groups.

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  4. What do you get when you add 27 math students and two math faculty? A math club.

    If 91 base-10 digits are chosen at random, what is the probability that some of the digits can form a number x with n digits, and the rest can form a number b with (91-n) digits such that x = b2? (Note: x and b cannot begin with the digit 0.) If you don’t know the answer to that problem, join the club. If you do know the answer, join the Math Club, which was resurrected at Oakland Community College’s Royal Oak campus just before Thanksgiving by Faculty members Jeff Parent and Dan Puig-Pey, in the math department.

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  5. Healthcare Attorney Jessica Busch Joins Dickinson Wright’s Troy Office

    TROY, Mich.,  – Dickinson Wright PLLC is pleased to announce that Jessica Busch has joined the firm’s Troy office as Of Counsel.

    Ms. Busch focuses her practice on healthcare, corporate, mergers & acquisitions, administrative & regulatory, and corporate governance. She advises corporate clients on matters related to corporate governance, commercial contracting, regulatory compliance, and licensing. She regularly counsels clients in highly regulated industries and is experienced in resolving compliance and licensing matters with state and federal regulatory agencies. Some of her industry experience includes representation of clients in the healthcare, consumer finance, and alcoholic beverage manufacturing industries. Read the rest of this entry »

  6. Plex Systems Appoints Bill Berutti Chief Executive Officer

    20-year cloud and enterprise software veteran with experience scaling technology companies to lead Plex

    TROY, Mich., December 3, 2018 – Plex Systems, the leader in cloud MES and ERP for manufacturing, today named Bill Berutti its chief executive officer and a member of its board of directors. Berutti has spent the last two decades in cloud and enterprise software leading global, high-growth businesses. Read the rest of this entry »

  7. Innovative Learning Group CEO Recognized As A MichBusiness “Transformative Leader”

    Innovative Learning Group, Inc. (ILG) CEO and owner Lisa Toenniges has received a Best of MichBusiness award in the category of Transformative Leaders.

    “I’m honored to have received this award,” says Toenniges. “The past 14 years have been phenomenal. I’ve enjoyed growing ILG into a sustainable, profitable company, and collaborating with the 22 individuals who have helped ILG achieve its success.” Read the rest of this entry »

  8. Inteva Products Wins Best of MichBusiness Award Honored as one of the ‘Manufacturing Marvels’

    TROY, Mich., Dec. 5, 2018 – Inteva Products, a leading global Tier One automotive supplier of engineered components and systems, announced that it was selected as a 2018 Best of MichBusiness winner.

    This annual award commemorates the most unique, innovative and successful companies in the State of Michigan and is testament to Inteva’s efforts to invest in the future while simultaneously promoting an innovative culture for its employees. The Best of MichBusiness Awards honor and celebrate heroes throughout the statewide business community that are blazing trails of their own on their journey through business.

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  9. Marijuana legalization in Michigan puts employers on notice to make policies clear to job candidates and employees

    Clarity is key as questions and uncertainty may abound with
    employees as new law takes effect this Thursday, December 6

    TROY, Mich. – The legalization of recreational marijuana in the state of Michigan conjures images of lighting one up at home or at the workplace.  But, not so fast for those looking to take advantage of Michigan’s new law that legalizes marijuana starting tomorrow, Thursday, December 6.  Read the rest of this entry »

  10. Fabrizio & Brook, P.C., has Office Space Available for Sublease

    Troy Chamber member, Fabrizio & Brook, P.C., has office space available for sublease.  Located off Crooks Road near I75 on Tower Drive, 4,000-5,000 square feet of total space available, with option for more. Read the rest of this entry »


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