Michigan Matters: The Nicholsons of PVS Chemicals Discuss the Future of Manufacturing in MichiganThis week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain talks with Jim Nicholson ,co-chair of PVS Chemicals, his dad, James B. Nicholson, also co-chair, and David A. Nicholson, President and CEO of the company. They talk about being a family-owned business, manufacturing and growing in Detroit.
A Michigan Matters Exclusive: Governor Whitmer, "Fixing the Damn Roads" Will Take TimeIn her first forum before an audience since taking office, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer took to the stage of the Detroit Free Press Breakfast Club and talked about her campaign pledge to fix Michigan’s crumbling roads.
Michigan Matters: Trek to 2019 North American International Auto ShowBill Ford, Bob Lutz, Larry Alexander, Carlo Bailo and other auto executives and political leaders talked with Carol Cain, who spent time at Cobo Center during the North American International Auto Show, along with the CBS 62 crew.
Michigan Matters: Exclusive Interview with Former Detroit Tigers Broadcaster Rod AllenCarol Cain sits down for a CBS 62 exclusive interview with former Detroit Tigers Broadcaster Rod Allen.
Michigan Matters 2019 Preview: Busy Times in Politics, Business, The Motor CityWith the new year here, the Michigan Matters roundtable of Denise Ilitch, L. Brooks Patterson and Peter Bhatia joins Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain as they weigh in on some of the big stories already looming large in 2019..
Michigan Matters: 2018, A Look Back At The Year That WasOn this week’s Michigan Matters... From the blue and pink wave that saw Gretchen Whitmer elected as governor… to GM’s retrenching… to the MSU-Larry Nassar scandal. Which stories resonated most in 2018?
Michigan Matters: Michigan Women in Corporate AmericaAs more women enter the workforce across Metro Detroit, few are making it to the board room or CEO suite. What will it take to change that trajectory?
Michigan Matters: Celebrating Detroit Business and Saluting a PresidentOn this week's Michigan Matter, Carol previews CBS 62's Eye on the Future Special, featuring family-owned businesses in Michigan, by sitting down with owners of of family businesses and leadership in the state who are fighting every day for family businesses.
Michigan Matters: Coding the Future and GM's DownsizingThis week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain talks with Damien Rocchi, CEO and Co-Founder of Grand Circus Detroit about the six year old workforce training firm.
Michigan Matters: Organizations Helping This Holiday SeasonCentral City Integrated Health’s CEO Ryan Lepper talked about creating new housing opportunities for the city's most vulnerable residents with Carol Cain, Senior Producer/Host of CBS 62's Michigan Matters.
Michigan Matters: Going One-on-One with Detroit Lions President Rod WoodWith the NFL season half way over, Detroit Lions President Rod Wood sat down with “Michigan Matters” Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain in an exclusive conversation to discuss this season, the weeks ahead and the big game on Thanksgiving Day against the Chicago Bears (which airs on CBS 62).
Michigan Matters: A Celebration of Veterans Day, Wrap Up Election 2018On this Week's Michigan Matters, Carol Cain sits down with WWII Veteran Army Staff Sgt. William C. Brown to discuss his incredible life story, including one that involves him engraving his canteen with the locations he was in during the war.
Michigan Matters: Election 2018 Winds Down, Judge Mathis Holds CourtOn this week’s Michigan Matters, Judge Greg Mathis discusses his ongoing support to the people of Flint and more.
Michigan Matters Exclusive: Whitmer Vs. Schuette - The Candidates Sound Off!Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Gretchen Whitmer and her Republican Challenger Bill Schuette stopped by CBS 62 studios to talk with MICHIGAN MATTERS Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain.
Michigan Matters: Election 2018: The SOS Race, 'Boy Gov' and Sprint to the Finish LineWith voters heading to the polls on Nov. 6 the MICHIGAN MATTERS roundtable zeroed in on several high profile races including Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State and U.S. Senate.