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$40K | 9 yrs ago

About Data Driven Detroit

Data Driven Detroit aims to inform the public and addressing important community issues by developing an interactive tool that helps Detroit residents discover and use relevant data about their city.

Data Driven Detroit Headquarters Location

Detroit, Michigan,

United States

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Crain’s week in news, Feb. 8-14: Judge won’t dismiss McLaren-DMC suit, asks McLaren for info; Data Driven Detroit names permanent chief

Feb 15, 2014

By Crain's staff McLaren-DMC suit: Judge won't dismiss, asks McLaren for info An Oakland County Circuit Court judge denied Detroit Medical Center's motion for summary judgment on whether Flint-based McLaren Health Care Inc. can jointly market services with Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute in Oakland County. However, Judge Wendy Potts told McLaren it could have until Feb. 27 to show why the 2005 affiliation agreement between DMC and Karmanos is anticompetitive. Potts seemed to suggest in her order that without additional information from McLaren, she could dismiss McLaren's complaint against DMC. On the move • Erica Raleigh was named permanent director of Data Driven Detroit. Raleigh, 31, had been acting director of the Michigan Nonprofit Association-affiliated data center since last July, when founding director Kurt Metzger retired. • Cheryl Elliott, president and CEO of the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, is stepping down at year's end. Elliott, 62, has led the foundation since 2001. A successor has not yet been named. • The Grosse Pointe War Memorial Association named Charles Burke as president and CEO . Burke, 41, was senior director of education and artistic director for the Civic Youth Ensembles at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. He succeeds Mark Weber, who retired after leading the association for 31 years. • Farmington Hills-based marketing firm J.R. Thompson Co. appointed Jim Yetter, 58, to the newly created position of chief marketing officer. Yetter, a former Chrysler Group LLC executive, has been a consultant at JRT since 2010. • Alexander Klatt, former Fisker Automotive Inc. vice president of global design, was appointed MFA chair of Transportation Design at the Detroit-based College for Creative Studies. • David Meline, 56, senior vice president and CFO of 3M Co., was elected to Livonia-based TRW Automotive Holdings Corp.'s board as an independent director. Company news • Troy-based Talmer Bancorp Inc. officially opened for trading at $13.75, up 75 cents from the price of $13 the  bank-holding company initially announced. With an offering of more than 15.5 million shares, the initial public offering for what has been the fastest-growing bank in Michigan was worth about $202 million. • California-based Industrial Realty Group LLC closed on the purchase of most of Detroit-based American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc.'s 2.5 million-square-foot former Detroit Manufacturing Complex. The purchase price was not disclosed. • E.W. Scripps Co., parent company of Detroit's WXYZ-Channel 7, said it will buy the local MyNetworkTV affiliate, WMYD Channel 20. The $110 million deal includes WKBW, the ABC affiliate in Buffalo. Cincinnati-based Scripps is buying the stations from New York City-based Granite Broadcasting Corp. • Clinton Township-based developer Aragona Properties LLC expects to begin construction in the spring on a five-story, 48-unit apartment building in downtown Royal Oak. The $13.5 million project, on 1.5 acres of vacant land on South Main Street, is expected to be complete by the first quarter of 2015. • Dearborn-based Oakwood Healthcare and Mechanicsburg, Pa.-based Vibra Healthcare signed an agreement to jointly operate a 40-bed long-term acute care unit on the second floor of Oakwood Hospital-Taylor and a similar 52-bed facility operated by Vibra in Lincoln Park. • Five Michigan health systems and 24 of their hospitals signed performance-based managed care contracts with Detroit-based Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. The new contracts include five-hospital Oakwood Healthcare, based in Dearborn; Botsford Hospital, Farmington Hills; Ascension Health Michigan and its seven hospitals; and MidMichigan Health, with hospitals in Midland, Gladwin, Clare and Alma. Blue Cross already has similar contracts with the five-hospital, Warren-based St. John Providence Health System. • Alaska Airlines will begin offering daily nonstop service between Detroit Metropolitan Airport and Seattle Tacoma International Airport on Sept. 4. Also, Spirit Airlines said it will offer a daily nonstop flight between Detroit and Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport from May 22 to Nov. 1. • Commerce Township-based completed its first drone delivery . The test flight was done to research the possibilities and challenges of using drones as another means of flower delivery, CEO Wesley Berry said. Other news • Detroit expects this week to file the debt-adjustment plan it has been negotiating with creditors, allowing the $18 billion bankruptcy case to enter its final phase, Bloomberg reported. Bruce Bennett, one of the attorneys leading city talks with creditors, gave U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes the latest timing on the plan during a status conference. • In his 20th State of the County address , Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson announced an effort to create a connected-car "ecosystem" to improve road safety, touted recent economic-development successes in the county and criticized a New Yorker article that portrayed him as a Detroit basher. • A controversial $400 million plan to replace the Ambassador Bridge with a new, larger span over the Detroit River received clearance from Transport Canada and the Windsor Port Authority. Ambassador Bridge owner Manuel "Matty" Moroun's effort to build the new span has been hampered by a lack of approvals and legal wrangling. • Anonymous donors pushed a Lawrence Technological University campaign past the $100 million mark with a contribution of $20 million that will be paid over three years. Most of the contributions to the campaign, launched in 2007, have been used for academic programming, research, scholarships and the university's endowment. • Gov. Rick Snyder appointed a review team to examine the finances of Lincoln Park and report back to the governor in 60 days, the AP reported. The review is part of the process under state law that could lead to the appointment of an emergency manager. • Online job postings in Southeast Michigan more than doubled in the fourth quarter of 2013 compared with fourth-quarter 2012, according to a report by the Detroit-based Workforce Intelligence Network. • A University of Michigan-led team of engineers plans to use $1.6 million in funding from NASA to help develop a better description of turbulence, the AP reported. • Challenging a law that says people who collect petition signatures must be state residents, opponents of Michigan's wolf hunt filed a lawsuit in Detroit federal court. The Michigan branch of the American Civil Liberties Union said similar residency restrictions have been struck down in other states. • The Michigan Senate Finance Committee voted to make more state homeowners and renters eligible for tax credits, the AP reported. The committee approved legislation to make households earning under roughly $83,000 a year eligible for the Homestead Property Tax Credit. • The Michigan Supreme Court created a task force to explore whether attorneys should be required to join the State Bar of Michigan, the AP reported. A lawmaker recently sponsored a bill to make membership voluntary. • Curt Clawson, CEO of Northville Township-based Hayes Lemmerz International Inc. from 2001-12, is seeking Florida's 19th District seat vacated by U.S. Rep. Trey Radel, who quit Congress after being busted last month for buying cocaine. Obituaries • William Wolok, founder and former chairman and CEO of Romulus-based roll-off trailer manufacturer Benlee Inc., died Feb. 5 . He was 84. Topics in this article:

  • Where is Data Driven Detroit's headquarters?

    Data Driven Detroit's headquarters is located at Detroit.

  • What is Data Driven Detroit's latest funding round?

    Data Driven Detroit's latest funding round is Grant.

  • How much did Data Driven Detroit raise?

    Data Driven Detroit raised a total of $40K.

  • Who are the investors of Data Driven Detroit?

    Investors of Data Driven Detroit include Knight Foundation.

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