These finalists were chosen from a field of 1,517 artists from 46 countries and 41 U.S. states and territories. More than 41,000 voters contributed nearly 400,000 votes.
This week on Michigan Matters, Host Carol Cain travels to Grand Rapids for the West Michigan Policy Conference and talked to four business and government leaders in the state about issues impacting our state and the importance of cities.
Fulton Innovation announced a new development in its award-winning Coupled wireless power technology.
The Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park plans to start construction in mid-July on a $22 million Japanese garden on its West Michigan grounds.
DeVos was voted into the U.S. Direct Selling Association (DSA) prestigious Hall of Fame in 1979 for efforts to put Amway on the map. (Jay Van Andel was inducted into the exclusive club in 1987).
The Michigan Economic Growth Authority Wednesday approved work plans for four brownfield redevelopment projects expected to generate $39.4 million in new investment and create or retain 512 direct jobs.
With record breaking 2011 sales topping $10.9 billion and double digit growth in nine of its Top 10 markets across the globe and an innovative manufacturing line that will produce its Nutrilite products gearing up, Amway is on a proverbial roll.
WWJ’s third day at the International Consumer Electronics Show was the first official day of the world’s largest tech trade show. The tech on display included familiar auto names — and upstarts building the no. 1 selling computer for Walmart.com.
DeVos appeared on WWJ-TV CBS Detroit’s show “Michigan Matters” talking about how our state needs to break its cycle of relying on big business and monolithic ways of doing things.
It’s an American success story thanks to Chinese, Japanese, South Korean and Russian customers. In fact it’s a worldwide love affair with their health and beauty products that put Amway on the map.