Breana Noble The Detroit News Published 5:17 PM EDT Sep 10, 2018 A Southfield-based real estate company has purchased the abandoned Summit Place Mall, which could be demolished by the end of 2020, according to township officials. In a deal that could end a years-long conflict between Waterford Township and the dilapidated mall's former owner SD Capital LLC of California, Ari-El Enterprises Inc. last week closed its acquisition of the shopping center at Telegraph and Elizabeth Lake roads at the border between Pontiac and Waterford. Ari-El's leadership was unavailable to speak on the purchase Monday, though office manager Karen Atkins confirmed the property's sale. The new owner has until Sept. 25, 2019, to begin demolition on the mall, according to a demolition agreement that Waterford's board of trustees approved Sept. 4. The new owner must complete the teardown within a year. Wreck-It Demolition LLC of Florida estimated that it will cost $2.89 million to demolish the 1.4 … [Read more...] about Ari-El Enterprises Inc. buys Summit Place Mall, plans demolition
Story highlights Samples of products were found to have microbial contamination Hundreds of products have been recalled but no illnesses reported Homeopathic products are not regulated by the FDA (CNN)Do not use water-based products made by King Bio Inc., the US Food and Drug Administration warned this week. "These products may pose a safety risk to people (especially infants, children, pregnant women and those with compromised immune systems), as well as pets due to high levels of microbial contamination identified at the manufacturing site," the agency said. The warning was issued as the company expanded a recall of these products, which are labeled as Dr. King's. They include symptom relievers for ear infections, coughs, chicken pox, cold sores, warts, styes, swollen glands, snoring and tremors, appetite enhancers, attention and learning enhancers, and body detox. Also included are pet products for urinary incontinence, anxiety, allergies, muscle and joint arthritis, and … [Read more...] about Don’t use hundreds of drug products from King Bio Inc.
Call for Survey Proposal- Abt Associates, Inc.: Abt Associates, Inc. invites qualified organizations to submit a technical and cost proposal for the provision of the survey to measure ORS and zinc availability in retail outlets in Province 2. The anticipated base period of performance is September – November 2018 with a possible option period for a second survey conducted in 2019. All interested parties please contact Phoebe Sloane at [email protected] and Sujan Karki at [email protected] for the full Request for Proposal by August 27, 2018. The deadline for questions is August 31, 2018, and the final proposal deadline is September 7, 2018. Please verify official announcement before apply (Jobsnepal.com) Operations Manager & Project Manager (Outreach) – Sunaulo Parivar Nepal Individual National Consultant – Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey, UNICEF Facebook Comments Related Read … [Read more...] about Call for Survey Proposal- Abt Associates, Inc.
V3Gate is not exactly a household name, even in its Colorado Springs home, but the company has made its mark by making the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies for a third consecutive year. Each year it was in the top 1,000.The company was among eight Colorado Springs-area firms to make the list, up from seven last year and the most since 10 in 2012. Colorado had 136 companies on the list, up from 113 last year, headed by Boulder-based PopSockets, which makes collapsible, expandable cellphone grips and ranked second on the national list.The government informational technology contractor has grown its revenue more than 1,100 percent between 2015 and 2017 to $119.3 million and is poised to continue that rapid growth after winning a $63 million, five-year contract with the Air Force to provide Oracle Corp. enterprise resource planning, manufacturing execution system and cloud software licenses. The company ranked 462nd in this year’s list, down from 309th last year and up … [Read more...] about Eight Colorado Springs-area companies make Inc. 5000
ON THIS DAY 1848: WG Grace was born. The cricket great scored 54,896 runs, took 2,876 wickets and 871 catches in the first-class game. In 1876, he became the first man to score 300 runs in an innings and duly repeated the feat within a week. He also represented his country at bowls and founded the English Bowling Association in 1903. He retired from first-class cricket aged 60 in 1908 and died in 1915. 1951: 'Jersey' Joe Walcott knocked out Ezzard Charles to become world heavyweight boxing champion at the age of 37 years and 168 days. 1992: Crystal Palace became the first foreign club to play in South Africa following the country's readmittance to Fifa. Palace beat Kaizer Chiefs 3-2 in Johannesburg. 1993: Derry defeated Donegal at a waterlogged St Tiernach's Park to win the Ulster SFC title on a scoreline of 0-8 to 0-6. 1997: Liverpool signed England midfielder Paul Ince from Inter Milan for £4.2million. 2004: Unheralded American Todd Hamilton beat Ernie Els in a play-off to … [Read more...] about On this Day, July 18 1997: Liverpool signed England midfielder Paul Ince from Inter Milan