“We get asked all the time – ‘why Detroit?’” said Bock about its decision to locate its headquarters and manufacturing in the Motor City.
This special presentation features exclusive perspectives from the people playing key roles in the rebuilding of the city as the history-making developments continue to unfold.
Got a question for Sheriff Benny Napoleon and/or former Detroit Medical Center CEO Mike Duggan? Yours could be chosen for the Detroit mayoral debate, which is airing Oct. 20 on CBS 62 and WWJ 950.
The debate will air as a special hour-long “Michigan Matters” at 11 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 20 right before “The NFL Today” and the Detroit Lions football game.
“In China there is no municipal bankruptcy. The central government controls everything – hence a lot of time and energy is needed to for many to realize that this is actually a good thing. That debt is being cleared and crisis can be opportunity,” said Stevanovich.
It connected with viewers and quickly evolved into a weekly TV show with tentacles to the governor’s mansion, CEO suites at Ford, GM and Chrysler, the president’s office at UM, MSU, NMU as well as owners’ suites at Comerica Park and Ford Field.
Can a white candidate running for mayor in a primarily black city succeed when he is not on the ballot and is waging his write-in campaign against someone with a near-identical name?
This week on a special edition repeat of Michigan Matters, Host Carol Cain and Chief Videographer Paul Pytlowany travel to Mackinac Island for the Detroit Regional Chamber’s 33rd annual Mackinac Policy Conference.
There was much attention paid to serious issues like education, politics and the economy –but there were some lighter moments, too.
Young performers promote cultural exchange and win awards.