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Quicken Loans HQ to stay in Michigan

Dan Gilbert announced today that Quicken Loans, the nation’s largest online retail mortgage lender, will move its headquarters and 4,000 employees to downtown Detroit. Quicken is currently headquartered in the Detroit suburb of Livonia, with operations scattered throughout that suburban

Send us your Cavs Halloween Costume Photo

If you went to the Cavs opening night game with a Halloween costume, then send us your photo. We will give away two tickets to a Cavs game for the best costume. To Send your photo, email us at: cavs-photo@cavsnews.com

Reghi catches up

In Their Words is a weekly feature appearing Sundays in The Blade’s sports section. Blade sports writer Maureen Fulton talked with Michael Reghi, a longtime sports broadcaster in Ohio who was the television voice of the Cleveland Cavaliers for 12

DISH Network to offer HD for the Cleveland Cavaliers

DISH Network(r), home of the best sports and movies in HD as well as the best HD DVR in the industry, announced today the launch of four regional sports networks in high definition (HD). The four regional sports networks now

Flash Seats in Court again

Electronic ticketing venture Flash Seats filed a federal lawsuit on Monday seeking to guard against what it considers patent infringement. The lawsuit in the U.S. District Court of Delaware alleges that Irvine, Calif.-based Paciolan’s Ticket Marketplace infringes on Flash Seats’

Ferry Vows Revenge

Cleveland Cavaliers General Manager Danny Ferry, who played at Duke, arrived at the Cavs’ new $25-million practice facility this week to find one of his office walls painted Carolina blue, complete with a professional-looking UNC logo and a Tar Heel

James to Host SNL season opener

Chart-topping hip-hop artist Kanye West and NBA superstar LeBron James have signed on to headline “Saturday Night Live’s” 33rd season premiere in New York. This marks the second time West will perform on an “SNL” season opener, NBC said. The

Ben Wallace Speaks Out

Ben Wallace speaks with WDFN-AM during a recent stint in Michigan to spread the word about the new, low-cost ($14.98) basketball shoes he’s promoting. Wallace says he knew Cleveland would come out strong, but was still surprised the Pistons lost