2011 Mackinac Policy Conference
The home of the legenday pecan ball is now offering healthier dining options and vacation exercise tips.
Three Michigan business leaders say the state’s former bloated cost structure has been transformed, and the state is now increasingly competitive on a global basis.
Bestselling business book author Jim Collins opened Day Two of the Mackinac Policy Conference with a rousing defense of considering the long-term and the spiritual along with the immediate profit in business.
Just another lousy day in paradise here at the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference. Great programs, a great venue.
Mayor Dave Bing is waking up to more reports of turmoil within his administration, calling into question whether Detroit is keeping up in its part of the reinvention of Michigan.
Business leaders who had to right the ship when things went wrong are speaking of their experiences at this year’s policy conference in Mackinac.
An education expert at the Mackinac Policy Conference says it’s time to put more emphasis on the classroom.
In the only speech from a labor leader scheduled for the Mackinac Policy Conference, UAW president Bob King urged business owners and executives to reject political extremism.
Gov. Rick Snyder gave an upbeat assessment of his performance so far and his plans for the months ahead, and a panel of CEOs offered an optimistic view of Michigan’s future as the Detroit Regional Chamber Mackinac Policy Conference got under way Wednesday afternoon.
Automation Alley, the Troy-based technology industry promotion group, Wednesday released data showing how metro Detroit stacks up against competing regional economies in the tech world.