Data from the U.S. Small Business Administration shows that regardless of the year when they are founded, the majority of start-ups go out of business within five years, and two-thirds are no longer operating 10 years after being formed.
The final look for GLITR’s 10th anniversary at GLITR’s 10th and most recent year of news coverage you can’t get anywhere else, covering the period from September 2010 to August 2011.
The latest in our series of reviews of a year’s worth of GLITRs — this time, the publication’s ninth year, from fall 2009 to summer 2010. ,
A look back at the top news headlines from GLITR’s third year of reporting Michigan’s tech news, September 2003 to August 2004.
This was the year that was… Here is the second of our 10 retrospectives on the 10 years of the Great Lakes and Innovation and Technology Report, offiering the news highlights for a very interesting year, from Sept. 1, 2002 to Aug. 1, 2003.
It’s a little hard to write about anything that occurred in September 2001 without mentioning you-know-what — the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, D.C. of Sept. 11, 2001. But while the start of GLITR was certainly overshadowed by those events, the start of GLITR actually goes a bit farther back than that.
A monthly collection of the highlights from the first year of publication of the Great Lakes IT Report, September 2001 through August 2002.
ForeSee Results has taken a few letters off for its 10th birthday. The Ann Arbor company that meausres customer satisfaction online is now called simply ForeSee.
Traverse City-based Appia Communications Inc., a provider of managed communication and network services, announced it has reached the 10th anniversary of its founding in 2001. Victor von Schlegell and Bill Bollinger founded Appia and continue to lead the company.