Detroit Economic Club
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.
Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer and Pulitzer Prize-Winning Political Columnist talk about politics, balancing the Federal budget, and the upcoming election.
The first-term GOP governor provided the timetable following a speech Monday to the Detroit Economic Club.
The Detroit Economic Club says Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will address the group at the home of the Detroit Lions a few days before Michigan’s primary.
U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu, speaking at the Auto Show in Detroit, sounded very tentative about a loan program aimed at helping auto companies become more fuel efficient.
This week host Carol Cain is keeping up with changing technology beginning with David Baarman of Fulton Innovation, a firm in West Michigan making big waves with its wireless technology added to cars, furniture, phones and more.
The University Research Corridor program is worth billions to our state. Find out what it is and why it’s working from Mary Sue Coleman, President of University of Michigan; Lou Anna Simon, President of Michigan State University; and Allan Gilmour, President Wayne State University, as Michigan Matters airs highlights from the recent Detroit Economic Club luncheon moderated by Carol Cain.
The economy, jobs … and gridlock in Washington. That’s the topic of discussion at the Detroit Economic Club Monday.