SOUTHFIELD, MI – Covisint LCC had an attractive offer to occupy six floors in downtown Detroit’s Renaissance Center, but the automotive Internet exchange opted to spend a little more money to keep its world headquarters here in the suburbs. The company decided this week against the Renaissance Center because it did not want to be criticized for being too closely allied with General Motors Corp., which purchased the Ren Cen in 1996 and has moved its world headquarters there. GM helped ...

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