Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Report
Greetings from Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan’s first city, as the Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Report’s 2012 Spring Tech Tour kicks off.
It’s time again for the Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Report to hit the Michigan highway for the GLITR Spring Tech tour 2012.
The nation’s health care delivery system is about to change dramatically, and federal health care reform is only part of the reason.
When it comes to using online social media like LinkedIn for business, there are no hard and fast rules. But a WWJ Newsradio 950 – Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Report panel Thursday at Lawrence Technological University told a packed crowd that some tactics certainly work better than others.
This Thursday, a roundtable discussion regarding the Great Lakes and Michigan’s Economic Future will be held in downtown Detroit.
The topic of our next GLITR-LTU business breakfast is “Great Lakes Roundtable — America’s Fresh Water Coast And Michigan’s Economic Future.” So it makes sense we’re moving the event to the Detroit – Wayne County Port Authority, 130 E. Atwater in Detroit.
The top stories in Michigan technology from a year of nearly 200 Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Reports published in 2011
GLITR has put together a demonstration of the latest in cool wireless phones, tablets, Internet radios and assorted other tech toys for your inspection the morning of Nov. 17 at Lawrence Technological University.
The latest in our series of reviews of a year’s worth of GLITRs — this time, the publication’s ninth year, from fall 2009 to summer 2010. ,
The latest in our series of Year in Review articles, this one covering September 2008 to August 2009, being run to celebrate GLITR’s 10th anniversary