Advisory Committee Formed To Represent Interests Of City Retirees And Their PensionsThere are more than 20,000 Detroit city retirees whose pensions hang in the balance as the city moves through bankruptcy.
Creditors File Objections To Detroit BankruptcyThe city's biggest employee union, retirees and even a few dozen residents filed objections Monday to Detroit's request for bankruptcy protection.
3 Governments In Mich. Pull Planned Bond SalesThe decisions come amid concern that Detroit's bankruptcy will make it more difficult for communities to borrow money.
Judge Proposing Deadlines In Detroit BankruptcyThejudge overseeing Detroit's bankruptcy case opened Friday mornings second day of hearing by announcing that he doesn't run city hall.
Detroit Bankruptcy Another Setback For UnionsIf the city's gambit succeeds, it could jeopardize an important bargaining tool for unions, which often have deferred higher wages in favor of more generous pensions and health benefits.
Michigan Matters: Judge Greg MathisThis week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain invites Judge Greg Mathis to the interview set and the roundtable for a lively discussion on Detroit’s bankruptcy issues. Business Executive Denise Ilitch and John Truscott of Truscott/Rossman Public Relations join in the conversation.
Judge Holds First Hearing In Detroit BankruptcyA judge is expected to make a key decision, Wednesday afternoon. in the Detroit bankruptcy case.
Inkster, Buena Vista Schools Fail To Prove They're SolventThe deadline has passed for two Michigan school districts -- looking to prove to state officials that they have enough money to open their doors in September for the first day of classes.
Feds Showing Little Enthusiasm For Detroit BailoutThere seems little appetite from either Democrats or Republicans in Washington for a federal rescue of the birthplace of the automobile industry.
Can Detroit Make A Comeback Like The Big Three?Unfortunately for Detroit, it's not that simple.
Residents Worry If Bankruptcy Will Better DetroitThough Thursday's bankruptcy filing had been feared for months, the path ahead for the once mighty Motor City is still uncertain.
Union Attorney: Pensions In Jeopardy After Detroit Bankruptcy Filing"I think it's despicable... and I think every Detroit resident will also find that this action is despicable," said Richard Mack, Jr., an attorney for AFSCME Council 25.
Detroit's Bankruptcy Follows Decades Of DecayHere's a look at how the city spiraled into financial ruin and why it's in so much trouble.
Bankrupt Detroit: What Will Happen Next?Detroit became the largest U.S. city to file for bankruptcy, raising a flurry of questions about what happens next.
Historic Day: Detroit Files For BankruptcyDetroit has filed for a Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection — the biggest municipal filing in history.