Gov. Rick Snyder
Gov. Rick Snyder’s office last week announced he had signed to legislation designed to harness technology for the best delivery of medical information and services.
Michigan’s strategy to create a positive business climate to help Michigan companies grow is showing results, Governor Rick Snyder told a record crowd at the 2012 National Economic Gardening Conference today in Grand Rapids.
The group seeking to recall Governor Rick Snyder is throwing in the petition towel.
Downtown Detroit has provided filming locations for more than 60 feature films, television series and other digital media productions in the past several years, many of which are featured in a new Detroit Film Locations Tour map produced by the Michigan Film Office.
Gov. Rick Snyder said other states are now sufficiently worried about losing new business to Michigan that they’re saying bad things about us.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. Wednesday announced that three companies were approved for incentives by the Michigan Strategic Fund through the Michigan Business Development Program to support their expansions in the state. The projects are expected to generate up to more than $35 million in investments and add up to 443 new jobs in Michigan.
Gov. Rick Snyder Friday announced that Hark Orchids L.P., an orchid grower headquartered in Lippstadt, Germany, will invest $5 million to establish its first location outside of Germany in Kalamazoo.
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The Lansing Economic Area Partnership’s senior vice president of business development, Ray De Winkle, will embark on a trip to Europe as part of Gov. Rick Snyder’s European Mission.
Snyder answered that they should want this deal, that it’s good for the city and that they have to act.