Deaf Detroit rapper to perform during halftime of Super Bowl 56
We are getting closer to the biggest game of the year with the Los Angeles Rams, and the Cincinnati Bengals set to face off at Super Bowl LVI Sunday (Feb. 13) night right here on Local 4.For some, the halftime show is the bigger draw than the actual game. This year’s halftime performers include future Rock and Roll Hall Of Famer Eminem with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar and Deaf Detroit rapper Sean Forbes.
Forbes editor says he testified before Trump grand jury
The editor of Forbes magazine says he testified Thursday before a grand jury hearing evidence in a criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump and his business practices, answering questions about a magazine article examining whether the former president inflated his wealth.
Ann Arbor’s Lisa Sauve named to Forbes Next 1000 list
ANN ARBOR – One of Tree Town’s very own has been named to the Forbes Next 1000 list. Sauve applied for the list and had a feeling she was picked when representatives continued to contact her. For now, she is the only Ann Arborite to make it on the list. AdCredit: IVEY Salon | Synecdoche DesignLiving by the motto “Do Good Work,” Sauve said the practice is expanding its charitable arm. A lean operation with five employees, architects Sauve, Smith and Sidney Migoski design projects remotely while design-makers Julia Hunt and Lindsey Sieja work in the shop.
Bid to address health costs by 3 corporate giants is over
A health care venture created in 2018 by the three corporate giants to attack soaring care costs will shutter only a couple years after launching. (AP Photos, File)INDIANAPOLIS – A health care venture conceived by Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan to attack soaring costs is dissolving. Haven, which was formed in 2018 by the three U.S. corporate giants, will cease operations by the end of February, a company spokeswoman said Monday. Health care costs have grown faster than wages and inflation for years, stressing families and employers. It started new designs for health care benefits that eliminated patient out-of-pocket payments like deductibles and coinsurance and encouraged access to primary care.
Detroit businessman, Ambassador Bridge owner Manuel Moroun dies at 93
DETROIT – Longtime Detroit businessman, and owner of the Ambassador Bridge, Manuel “Matty” Moroun, has died at 93, according to his family. The Moroun family, which has stakes in other transportation businesses, has a net worth of more than $1 billion, according to Forbes. “The Detroit Regional Chamber extends its condolences to the family and friends of Manuel ‘Matty’ Moroun – especially to his son Matt and wife Nora who are so engaged in our community. Matty Moroun was a self-made success story. With his passing, we celebrate his life and the family he built in Detroit,” said Sandy K. Baruah, president and CEO of the Detroit Regional Chamber.
Detroit hosts Forbes Under 30 Summit
DETROIT - The Forbes Under 30 Summit is bringing young entrepreneurs and innovators to Detroit. MORE: This is the key to success, according to these Forbes Under 30 speakersThe conference is in its sixth year. This is the first time it is being held in Detroit. It not only celebrates those who make the Forbes Under 30 list, but also is a space for young entrepreneurs to collaborate. Learn more about the summit in the video above.
Security guard at Detroit grocery store accused of shooting husband, wife after argument
Two people were shot at a grocery store at Joy and Greenfield roads on Detroits west side. (WDIV)DETROIT - There is brand-new information about a double shooting involving a security guard at a Detroit grocery store. That security guard is in police custody, awaiting charges. Read more: Detroit grocery store security guard involved in double shootingForbes said his cousin is one of two people shot at the grocery store at Joy and Greenfield roads on Detroit's west side. Witnesses told police that, when the husband got there, the security guard shot both the husband and his wife.
Report names best colleges in America
The latest U.S. News & World Report college rankings dropped Monday and they're sure to put high school students -- and more so, their parents -- in a frenzy as they prepare to apply to colleges this autumn. The latest release marks the 35th edition of the Best Colleges ranking, and it's the first time schools in Puerto Rico, Guam and other U.S. territories are included. Are these rankings actually relevant? But not everyone thinks these rankings actually matter. Then again, Forbes publishes their own college ranking list every year, too.
Forbes: University of Michigan No. 2 public university in nation
ANN ARBOR - This week, Forbes released its 12th annual America's Top Colleges ranking and the University of Michigan snagged the No. 2 spot for a public university and placed 20th overall. University of Michigan is the only Midwestern school to make the top 10 public universities list and the third on the overall list, ranking just below University of Chicago and Northwestern University. Here are the top five public universities in the country, according to the ranking:University of California, BerkeleyUniversity of Michigan, Ann ArborUnited States Naval AcademyUnited States Military AcademyUniversity of VirginiaCaroline Howard, the director of editorial operations at Forbes, explained how Forbes ranks the schools. "Forbes college ranking is distinguished by its consumer-centric approach," she said in a statement.
39 best places to work in Michigan, according to Forbes
Forbes released a list of the best employers by state last week. The 39 companies ranked in Michigan range in location, industry and salary, but they all have one thing in common: employees love working there. "Forbes partnered with market research company Statista to pinpoint the organizations liked best by employees in our first-ever ranking of Americas best employers by state." Here are the 39 best companies to work for in Michigan, according to Forbes:39. Michigan State University31.
Deaf Detroit rapper helps deaf community make their own videos
DETROIT Sean Forbes is already a rapper, writer and video star despite being deaf. He co-founded the Deaf Professional Artists Network, or D-PAN, so that deaf music lovers could enjoy famous songs through sign language videos. Forbes is now changing the world again, helping the deaf community to make their own videos through workshops. "When I was growing up I always loved making music videos. Believing in himself and others, Forbes is proving you don't have to hear to be heard in the heart of Detroit.