Michigan Matters: United Way, Detroit Economic ClubThis week on Michigan Matters host Carol Cain sits down with Dr. Herman Gray, President and CEO of United Way for Southeastern Michigan, and Beth Chappell, President and CEO of Detroit Economic Club and board member of United Way.
'Michigan Matters' Big Four: What’s Next For Joe Louis Arena, Flint Water Woes And DPSPaul Sabatini, chairman of the NAIAS, asked Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan about the future of Joe Louis Arena with the new hockey arena being built.
U-M President Says Party Culture A Serious Problem For FratsMark Schlissel says Greek parties "send the wrong message" that Michigan "is a party school."
Rubio: Michigan's Pro-Business Climate A Role Model For Country"Under Governor Snyder corporate taxes have dropped significantly, the city's financial climate has finally been reset through bankruptcy," said Rubio.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Water Deal Done -- What's Next?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."
'Michigan Matters' Focus: High Powered CEO Panels Shares Thoughts On Motor City, CareersIt was a fast paced discussion about Detroit, the Grand Prix, careers and the role of women in business as three female CEOs took time out to appear on "Michigan Matters" to talk about it.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush To Visit Detroit Economic ClubIt will be the Republican's first trip to Michigan since announcing he's contemplating a presidential bid.
AutoNation CEO Gives Feds Failing Grade In Handling Of Recalls"Quite frankly, it's a black eye for our industry."
Ex-Treasury Secretary Paulson: China Now Big Investor in U.S. Paulson joined Michigan Governor Rick Snyder in addressing the Detroit Economic Club on Monday, meeting at Ford Field.
Detroit Mayoral Candidates Talk City Needs At Detroit Economic Club Less than two weeks away from election day, both Benny Napoleon and Mike Duggan appeared before the Detroit Economic Club Wednesday.
Detroit EM Defends Possible Art Sale: 35,000 Pieces Are 'Free And Clear'If you don't want Detroit to sell the art — you'd better have a better idea," Kevyn Orr told the Economic Club.
Michigan Matters: The Economy And Elder CareFor Michigan residents, the state of the local economy and the needs of an aging population are cause for concern.