Midwest teens are wise beyond their years when considering their future careers, a new survey reveals.
A recent survey of more than 4,000 women uncovered their thoughts on everything from which Coach Harbaugh is sexier, to predictions on which team will win the Super Bowl.
CIMdata Inc., a global product lifecycle management consulting and research firm is partnering with Hiller Associates, the leading consulting firm in Product Cost Management, to conduct a survey to better understand how companies manage their product costs.
“We were stunned when 58 percent of the residents told us crime and safety were the biggest daily struggles they face in Detroit,” Glengariff president Richard Czuba said.
A new University of Michigan poll on children’s health finds that “couch-potato kids” are a top concern of adults in the U.S.
While national business surveys show that a restrictive and uncertain business climate is limiting business growth and economic recovery nationally, many business owners in Michigan believe the state’s recovery is gaining momentum, according to a recent survey of small- and mid-sized businesses.
A new statewide survey is out on the potential for a white mayor in Detroit.
A survey of Business Leaders for Michigan, the state’s business roundtable, shows that the state’s largest employers are more optimistic about Michigan’s short and long-term economic outlook than for the nation.
More young adults today would rather hit the information highway than the open highway, say University of Michigan researchers.
A survey of the state’s local government leaders found that Gov. Rick Snyder’s financial incentives for communities to share services are working, although most were collaborating to save money long before Snyder took office last year.