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Not only did Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson refer to Michigan House Speaker Jase Bolger as “Adolf,” he pulled a comb out of his pocket and held it above his upper lip to resemble Hitler’s trademark mustache.
Carol Cain talks with Jeanette Abraham, President & CEO of JMA Logistics, and Linda Linda Ware, Supplier Diversity Manager at General Motors, about their efforts to encourage more African Americans to become auto suppliers.
Oakland County Exec L. Brooks Patterson said he doesn’t think Mackinac Island “is very user-friendly for a wheelchair.
The crew got off to another red-hot year in 2013 including NAIAS, The Big Four leaders forum, Pancakes & Politics with Gov. Snyder, Detroit’s Archbishop Vigneron. There’s a lot to be said and headlines still to be made in 2013.
Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson and Oakland Schools Superintendent Dr. Vickie L. Markavitch will recognize the 173 Oakland County schools that have attained Michigan Green School status for the 2012-2013 school year during a ceremony at 9 a.m. Wednesday, April 24 at Oakland Schools
This week on Michigan Matters, the all-star roundtable discusses Gov. Rick Snyder’s outlined budget to raise taxes to fix Michigan’s crumbling roads and the effort to build a second bridge from Detroit to Canada and tackle the tough question of our nation’s safety in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing.
This week on Michigan Matters, with Pope Francis’ recent election, many wondered if his appointment might inspire change in the church. Host Carol Cain will sits down with Archbishop Allen Vigneron from the Archdiocese of […]
Michael Finney appears on “Michigan Matters” this Sunday at 11:30 a.m. on CBS 62 to talk about the state’s improving jobs picture and how MEDC is helping companies and communities retool for the 21st century knowledge economy.
With Detroit’s fiscal woes simmering and threat of an Emergency Manager looming, Mayor Dave Bing said he wishes the local media would stop focusing all of its attention on the negative and show the Motor City some love.