Michigan Business

Greece's Crippling Debt Could Mean Trouble For Some Michigan BusinessesIf Greece defaults the fear is that it will negatively impact the stability of the European Economic Community (EEC) and that will slow the economy -- struggling to come out of the recession.
Michigan Regional Unemployment Rates For NovemberThe numbers are out for Michigan's major labor market areas ... seasonally unadjusted jobless rates for October and November.
Faygo Banking On Gold For New Soda FlavorMichigan's favorite soda pop is giving it's fans a chance to win gold this Saint Patrick's day weekend.
Governor Addresses China Trade Trip On WWJ Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is in China this week on a mission to promote trade, tourism and cultural exchanges between Michigan and China.
Weird Spring Weather Impacting Michigan Apple CropA warmer-than-normal March followed by some below freezing nights will impact the number of apples available for self-picking at some orchards across the state.
"Right-To-Work" Supporters Challenged By UAW And Other UnionsNearly 18 percent of the state's workers belong to a union. Michigan has the fifth-highest percentage of unionized workers in the U.S.
Export-Import Bank Sees Great Lakes State As Prime Area For BusinessFred Hochberg, Chairman of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, says the Great Lakes state is in a prime position to export a variety of goods overseas.
Business Leaders Optimistic On State's Economic RecoveryA survey of Michigan Business Leaders find them optimistic about the state's long-term economic recovery.
Winter Storm May Cost Michigan $250 MillionDespite the complaints that the snow storm was overhyped, one firm is estimating that it cost Michigan more than a quarter of a billion dollars.