Gold and silver coins were scarce during Michigan’s early statehood days, so local banks were allowed to print paper money to lubricate the wheels of commerce.
What are some common mistakes that investors are making with their money? That was the question tackled during WWJ Newsradio 950’s Financial Fitness Webinar.
The Detroit Public School system has issued pink slips to virtually all of its teachers, although it’s unclear how many will be laid off because of money problems.
WWJ’s Financial Fitness Webinar continues on Thursday, April 14. Take advantage of this convenient and free opportunity to learn about investing strategies for times of chaos, like we find ourselves in today.
The city of Detroit is still sitting on much of a pot of federal money meant to weatherize the homes of low income residents.
On Monday, March 21, WWJ and the University Research Corridor are hosting a business breakfast featuring the president of the MEDC and the presidents of MSU, WSU and U of M.
Detroit hopes to save millions of dollars a year by joining Michigan’s co-op purchasing program.
Filmmaker and Michigan native Michael Moore says that rich people’s money is a national resource to be used by everyone.
If the stock market is making your knees weak, or if news about the European Union is making you lose sleep, knowledge and professional guidance could be the key to maintaining your peace of mind and your wealth in 2012.
Shoppers crowded stores on Black Friday but spent just a little more than last year on the traditional start of the holiday shopping season, according to data released Saturday by a research firm.