Gov. Jennifer M. Granholm departs on Wednesday for a three-day investment mission to Seoul, South Korea where she will focus on continuing to grow Michigan’s flourishing advanced battery industry. “Seventeen of the world’s leading advanced […]
King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden on Thursday honored Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm with the Order of the Polar Star for her work to promote a clean energy economy.
Gov. Jennifer M. Granholm Thursday kicked off her investment mission to France and Sweden with a speech before the American Chamber of Commerce highlighting Michigan’s new energy economy and Michigan’s success in becoming the North […]
The 2010 World Stem Cell Summit convened Monday in Detroit with greetings from the three presidents that make up Michigan’s University Research Corridor — Lou Anna K. Simon of Michigan State University, Mary Sue Coleman […]
Gov. Jennifer M. Granholm and MEDC president and CEO Greg Main today announced state approval of a 15-year, 155.5-acre Renewable Energy Renaissance Zone in the city of Midland that will be the home of Dow […]
State officials Tuesday announced 13 projects expected to create 4,278 new jobs and result in the investment of $103.1 million, with the assistance of tax breaks from the Michigan Economic Development Corp.
Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm and some other governors will meet with Japanese government and business leaders during an economic development conference in downtown Detroit.
Governor Granholm was joined by about 42,000 people making the annual Labor Day trek across the Mackinac Bridge.
The popularity of President Barack Obama and fellow Democrat Gov. Jennifer Granholm appear to be slipping in Michigan.
Michigan Gov. Jennifer M. Granholm and Michigan Economic Development Corp. president and CEO Greg Main announced that five Michigan companies in Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, Holland, Kalamazoo and Saline have been selected to receive a […]