Detroit Regional Chamber Releases 'To-Do List' Following Mackinac Policy ConferenceThe Detroit Regional Chamber has unveiled its 2016 Mackinac Policy Conference To-Do List following three days of discussions featuring top state, regional and national thought leaders.
Business Leaders Get Behind Detroit-Area Transit TaxThe tax equates to nearly $8 a month for a house with the region's average taxable value of $78,856.
Annual 3-Day Mackinac Policy Conference Set To BeginWWJ Newsradio 950 will be broadcasting live from the island over the three-day meeting.
LIVE VIDEO: 2016 Mackinac Policy ConferenceClick for live, streaming video from this year's conference, June 1-3.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Heard 'On The Porch' -- Ford, Snyder, Duggan, Schlissel, Stabenow Weigh InFrom how to pay for Michigan's woeful roads, to fixing DPS, to keeping the momentum of the Motor City's downtown going, leaders discussed key issues impacting the region.
Low-Income Tax Credit, Pure Michigan Funding To Disappear Should Committee In State House Have WayAbout $100 million that had been earmarked for economic development could be transferred to funds to pave potholes.
Students, Robots, Bill Ford & More Join The Usual Suspects For 2015 Mackinac Policy ConferenceThe 2015 conference will focus on three areas: talent, urban revitalization and cohesion.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Chamber Leaders Sound Off On Lame Duck Lansing Legislature, Motor City, Gov. SnyderRich Studley, CEO of the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, is convinced Michigan's roads will finally get the attention and resources needed to repair them after some tough winters that have wreaked havoc for motorists.
Watch Michigan Matters: Mackinac RecapThis week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain recaps the 2014 Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference.
Chrysler Joins Push To Bar Anti-Gay DiscriminationIt's an issue Gov. Rick Snyder said lawmakers should consider later this year.
'Just Not Into You,' Or So The Perception Appears To Be Toward Careers In The Auto Industry A new study shows the auto industry still has a perception problem when it comes to attracting new talent.
34th Annual Mackinac Policy Conference Begins WednesdayHundreds of Michigan's top business and government leaders will meet for three days at the Grand Hotel this week.