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The startup panel discussion at Techonomy Detroit 2013: Tom Walsh of the Detroit Free Press, Wayne State Univesrity law school interim dean Jocelyn Benson, Josh Linkner of Detroit Venture Partners and Andrew Yang, founder and CEO, Venture for America. Matt Roush photo.

Techonomy Says Tech Startups Mean Better Future For Detroit

An overflow crowd packed the 600-seat Community Arts Auditorium at Wayne State University to hear about how high tech can accelerate the recovery of Detroit.

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/17/2013

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State Agency OKs Bonds For New Red Wings Arena

A new hockey arena for the Detroit Red Wings got another step closer to reality Wednesday with Michigan Strategic Fund Board approval of $450 million in bonds for the structure.

WWJ Newsradio 950–07/24/2013

The IT Operations and Command Center in the $130-million Enterprise Data Center at the General Motors Technical Center in Warren. (Photo by John F. Martin for General Motors)

GM Shows Off $130M Warren Data Center, Plans $258M Center In Milford

General Motors showed off a new $130 million data center in Warren Monday and announced plans to spend $258 million to build another one in Milford.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/13/2013

The Kettering Univerisity FIRST Robotics district competition March 3, 2012. Photo courtesy Kettering University.

Detroit Public TV To Live Stream FIRST Robotics State Championships

Eastern Michigan University’s Convocation Center is hosting the state championships of the FIRST Michigan Robotics competition this weekend. Gov. Rick Snyder is scheduled to attend, and Detroit Public Television will live stream the event.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/10/2013

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Michigan Matters Preview: Pancakes & Politics With Gov. Snyder

This week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain brings you highlights from Thursday’s Michigan Chronicle Pancakes and Politics breakfast forum at the Detroit Athletic Center. Gov. Rick Snyder was on the hot seat in front […]

CBS 62–03/28/2013

WSU Campus

WSU Approves Eight-Year Union Contracts Before Right To Work Takes Effect

The deal includes a $1,000 signing bonus within 30 days of ratification. And raises will begin next year.

CBS Detroit–03/07/2013

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Michigan Hits No. 4 On Site Selection New Building, Expansion List

Site Selection magazine has named Michigan the No. 4 state for major new corporate facilities and expansions in 2012, the Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced late Wednesday.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/06/2013

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder points to a chart during a media roundtable. (Credit: Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

Poll: Snyder’s Approval Rating Still Down After Right To Work

“Only 37 percent of voters in the state approve of the job he’s doing to 54 percent who disapprove,” the newest poll found.

CBS Detroit–03/06/2013

Michiganfilm

Film Industry Reels At Snyder Incentive Cut

Michigan film producers and some lawmakers say they will lobby to maintain the state’s $50 million film credits cap, which could be slashed in half under Republican Gov. Rick Snyder’s budget proposal.

WWJ Newsradio 950–02/18/2013

Detroiters line up for a public hearing about Belle Isle. (credit: WWJ/Beth Fisher)

Belle Isle Lease Debate Gets Wild, Raucous

One resident called the council members “Judas,” for considering the lease, adding, “It has one jewel in it and you’re going to take it. Are we ignorant?”

CBS Detroit–01/28/2013

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