University of Michigan Economist George Fulton’s latest economic forecast paints a much rosier picture for the state hardest hit by the recession.
A campaign is trying to gather more than 300,000 petition signatures from people who would support building seven new casinos in Michigan.
The U.S. Department of Defense is looking for a few good small businesses in Michigan to help with defense work.
Michigan and surrounding states are experiencing a manufacturing resurgence.
Snyder told the Business Leaders for Michigan summit that his ideas for revamping the state’s spending plan will be evident when the proposal is released February 17.
The Michigan Legislature is back to work and the problem that’s been stalking the state, the budget issue, is still there.
The ‘Big Four’ will discuss the economy, Michigan growth and many other key issues live inside the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in conjunction with the Detroit Economic Club (DEC), Friday at 11:30 a.m. at the Cobo Center.
Michigan economic heartbeat is getting stronger but we are still in the recovery room, according to U of M Economist, George Fulton.
Comerica Bank’s Michigan Economic Activity Index fell two points in October, returning to a level of 87 for the third time in the last four months. October’s level is up 16 points, or 23 percent, above the cycle low of 71 reached in July 2009. Year-to-date the Index has averaged a level of 85, up 11 points, or 15 percent, from the average for all of 2009.
What’s ahead for the Michigan economy? And what does Michigan have to do to become a major economic player in the United States? That was the focus of Inforum Economic Outlook 2011, held at the […]