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Former head Johan de Nysschen left in April

Former head Johan de Nysschen left in April.

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It includes more than $103,600,000 from the city itself

It includes more than $103,600,000 from the city itself.

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We look back on how she impacted car culture

We look back on how she impacted car culture.

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Outdoor exhibits and driving courses are proposed for the show

Outdoor exhibits and driving courses are proposed for the show.

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A name change is also possible

A name change away from the North American International Auto Show is also possible

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Ann Arbor startup May Mobility will transport employees of Quicken Loans

Ann Arbor startup May Mobility will transport employees of Quicken Loans.

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Its anonymous owner says 'I loved that clock and I loved that station'

Its anonymous owners says 'I loved that clock and I loved that station'

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Ford plans to announce its plans at a June 19 event

Ford plans to announce its plans at a June 19 event.

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Announcement on empty Michigan Central Station expected in mid-June

Announcement on empty Michigan Central Station expected in mid-June.

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Team Edison moves downtown

Ford has begun moving about 200 employees to a new office in a refurbished hosiery factory in Detroit, the first step in what could be a much larger, consolidated urban campus housing the automaker's electric and autonomous vehicle and mobility operations. That includes a targeted mid-June announcement of a deal to purchase the heavily blighted Michigan Central Station.

A bid to lure young talent to work on EVs and self-driving cars

Ford's interest in acquiring a massive abandoned and blighted train station in Detroit for office space is a huge story around town and also one of its worst-kept secrets, with the automaker reportedly lining up dozens of properties in the surrounding Corktown neighborhood and business district as part of plans to build a new urban campus.

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Ford may buy or lease heavily blighted Michigan Central Station

Ford Motor Co. is reportedly in discussions to purchase one of the largest, most well-known eyesores in Detroit as part of a bid to move more staff into the city from its headquarters in neighboring Dearborn and attract young talent to the company.

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The New York-based company sees opportunity in the Motor City.

Detroit offers a talent pool and proximity to vendors.

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A century ago, cars took over city streets, and they won't relinquish control anytime soon.

A century ago, cars took over city streets, and they won't relinquish control anytime soon.

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Unintended consequences will be inevitable

The utopians see benefits to autonomy, but brace yourself for the unintended consequences

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How to make the most of the Dream Cruise

How to make the most of the Dream Cruise.

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He'll likely also push health-care plan.

It's not yet clear what if anything he'll be announcing in Detroit.

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