Detroit Free Press

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The Detroit Free Press is the oldest company in the State of Michigan, yet publishes new content as it is happening.

We do that with the largest newsgathering staff in the state and some of the best technology for gathering and posting text, photos and video. 

One of the Free Press' first editorial campaigns was for Michigan to become a state, which it did in 1837. 

The Free Press pioneered regular Sunday publication, a women's section and a European edition.

The Detroit Free Press is the largest daily newspaper in Detroit, Michigan. It is sometimes informally referred to as the "Freep." Some still refer to it locally as "The Friendly" -- a slogan from an ad campaign in the '70s.

The Free Press is owned by Gannett and has received eight Pulitzer Prizes.

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

Ford to Build New Lincoln SUV in China by 2019

Detroit Free Press
Ford and its joint ventures in 2016 sold a record 1.27 million vehicles in China, though the company’s imported vehicle volume for 2016 was down overall from 2015.

Sale of High-Tech Battery Plants to China May Haunt Hillary Clinton

Todd Spangler
Detroit Free Press

China Not Embracing Electric Cars

Nathan Bomey
Detroit Free Press
China faces the same obstacles as the U.S. in the push for electric vehicles: They’re still expensive, many consumers don’t understand them and many drivers don’t have anywhere to charge the batteries.