Detroit Economic Club
Less than two weeks away from election day, both Benny Napoleon and Mike Duggan appeared before the Detroit Economic Club Wednesday.
If you don’t want Detroit to sell the art — you’d better have a better idea,” Kevyn Orr told the Economic Club.
For Michigan residents, the state of the local economy and the needs of an aging population are cause for concern.
The convergence of Big Data, cheap storage and computing power is letting people do increasingly extraordinary things with IT, Oracle Corp. chairman Jeff Henley told an audience of about 200 at a Detroit Economic Club luncheon Wednesday.
Sen. Debbie Stabenow and former Congressman Pete Hoekstra, who is trying to stop her in her third bid for U.S. Senate, have been doing a lot of talking on the campaign trail as they criss-cross the state.
NCAA President Mark Emmert says he is happy with the way Penn State University is responding to the sanctions handed down after the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal.
Detroit has a chance to be at the forefront of a high-tech entrepreneurial future where it’s about as hard to start a manufacturing firm as it is to start a Web site today.
Techonomy Detroit will be a unique one-day multidisciplinary gathering of national and local leaders focused on reigniting U.S. competitiveness, creating jobs, and revitalizing our cities in an age of technology.
Techonomy Detroit, hosted by the Detroit Economic Club, will be a unique one-day multidisciplinary gathering of national and local leaders focused on reigniting U.S. competitiveness, creating jobs, and revitalizing our cities in an age of technology.
Thursday, in the soaring 15-story atrium of the multi-million-dollar tech palace Compuware’s success built, Peter Karmanos Jr. told several hundred Detroit Economic Club members what’s wrong with Detroit today that wasn’t wrong with it when he got his education in the Detroit Public Schools of the 1950s.