If it seems you’re seeing lions everywhere these days, it doesn’t just mean your football obsession has gotten out of hand. There actually are lions everywhere.
This week on Michigan Matters, Dennis Mannion, President of the Detroit Pistons, talks to Carol Cain about the latest happenings at the Palace.
This week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain finds out what it takes to build a successful business when she talks with entrepreneurs from various fields.
This week on Michigan Matters, Carol Cain interviews George P. Bush, the son of former Florida governor Jeb Bush, nephew to former president George W. Bush, and grandson of former President George H. W. Bush.
“It’s official, it’s economical, it’s fast. I mean… what’s the knock on light rail? What’s wrong with it?” Detroit businesswoman Denise Ilitch asked on Charlie Langton’s morning show.
This week on Michigan Matters, healthcare is the fastest growing job sector in Michigan with nearly 600,000 people employed in it.
As Obama collects up to $1 million at two tony Democratic fundraisers, local Republicans announced they’ll hold their own competing event: The People’s Pizza Party.
Watkins, who credited his fourth grade teacher with inspiring his fascination with China, has been educating people through his many newspaper columns. He’s been to China regularly since 1989.
Small business will lead Michigan to a new future. Armed with that truth, Michigan Matters host Carol Cain finds out how small business is faring in this economy and learns about challenges and opportunities.
“I’m going to be able to help showcase Michigan to our president,” Denise Ilitch added.