Carol Cain talks with John Hope Bryant, the founder, chairman and CEO of the nonprofit Operation HOPE, an organization dedicated to helping people discover financial security.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton talked about what mattered most to her as a grandmother and a statesman during her visit to Detroit at a small gathering of supporters.
Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel, the lone opponent among the region’s Big Four political leaders of the Great lakes Water Board Authority, talked about what comes next during a discussion on “Michigan Matters.”
What do you do when you think the media has done you wrong?
The roundtable talked about what comes next in the bid to repair our crumbling roads with all eyes looking to state legislators for action.
Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson — a longtime card-carrying member of the Republican party — ripped the GOP for its handling the auto insurance reform measure making its way through Lansing with lightning speed.
It was a perfect storm of factors emerging over decades that helped Mary Barra, a hard charging young engineer, crack the glass ceiling and become CEO of General Motors.
This week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain explores the top stories of 2014 with Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson, Business Executive Denise Ilitch, and Michigan Chronicle Senior Editor Bankole Thompson.
Retired Red Wings Hall of Famer defenseman Chris Chelios no longer laces up his skates to play for the Detroit.
UM Regent Denise Ilitch Says Dave Brandon Will Be Discussed At Upcoming Meeting: ‘The System Failed’
“The system failed that day,” Ilitch added, “and there are a lot of issues that we need to review now.”