Detroit Economic Club
Electric vehicles won’t be taking over the world any time soon, but even at a small fraction of the overall auto market, EVs are a multibillion-dollar opportunity for Michigan. That was the view of a panel of EV experts convened Wednesday by the Detroit Economic Club.
The latest event and meeting notices from the Detroit area’s technology-focused institutions and companies
Remember 2006? Your house was worth more than you paid for it. Your 401 K was making money. And most importantly, the Detroit Tigers shocked the experts by going to the World Series!
It was talk of water that got temperatures rising among the “Big Four” regional leaders during the recent Detroit Economic Club luncheon gathering at Cobo Center that airs as a special “Michigan Matters.”
The ‘Big Four’ will discuss the economy, Michigan growth and many other key issues live inside the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in conjunction with the Detroit Economic Club (DEC), Friday at 11:30 a.m. at the Cobo Center.
The future of the wireless industry is all about connected devices and machinery creating environmental, safety, efficiency and operational benefits, the CEO of Sprint Nextel told the Detroit Economic Club Friday. Dan Hesse painted a picture of the future of wireless telephony far more complex than the stereotype of the BlackBerry-addicted executive or the text-happy teen-ager.
Mindscape at Hanon McKendry to Host Internet Marketing Academy: Grand Rapids-based Mindscape at Hanon McKendry will host the Mindscape Internet Marketing Academy from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday and Friday, Jan. 27 and 28, […]
The third-ranking Republican in the U.S. House says he’ll make a decision after Jan. 1 about whether to launch a bid for the presidency.
They weren’t debating, but Michigan Gubernatorial candidates Rick Snyder and Virg Bernero took turns promoting their platforms during the Detroit Economic Club luncheon in Detroit. Rick Snyder spoke first.
Job creation and finance reform were hot topics Thursday as Michigan gubernatorial candidates Rick Snyder and Virg Bernero addressed a gathering of business leaders in Detroit.