This week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain will recap the first Michigan Chronicle “Pancakes and Politics” Breakfast Forum featuring five well-known leaders discussing the opportunities and challenges facing Detroit.
A new report on Michigan’s 2013 tourism industry from the Toronto-based tourism research firm Longwoods International says the state’s Pure Michigan campaign drove more than 4 million trips last year, producing $1.2 billion in economic impact.
As the city that put the world on wheels regroups to find a new future — one lined with jobs and new opportunities — what’s ahead?
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. Tuesday announced state approval of economic development projects that will create 1,444 new jobs in Michigan and result in $362 million in business spending in the state.
The North American International Auto Show is cool long before you get in the official door. Having one of the original DeLorean time machines from the “Back To The Future” movies around ensures that.
“Michigan is blessed with a talented workforce possessing skills and expertise we can’t afford to lose,” said Amy Cell, senior vice president for talent enhancement at MEDC.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
State officials announced support for two major tech company expansions Wednesday.
For Michigan’s new auto advisor, success is all about sustainability.
L. Brooks Patterson, George Zimmermann and Larry Alexander join host Carol Cain on CBS 62′s “Michigan Matters” this Sunday as the conversation centers on tourism and big time regional events.