'Michigan Matters' Focus: Chamber Leaders Sound Off On Lame Duck Lansing Legislature, Motor City, Gov. SnyderRich Studley, CEO of the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, is convinced Michigan's roads will finally get the attention and resources needed to repair them after some tough winters that have wreaked havoc for motorists.
Watch Michigan Matters: Mackinac RecapThis week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain recaps the 2014 Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference.
Chrysler Joins Push To Bar Anti-Gay DiscriminationIt's an issue Gov. Rick Snyder said lawmakers should consider later this year.
'Just Not Into You,' Or So The Perception Appears To Be Toward Careers In The Auto Industry A new study shows the auto industry still has a perception problem when it comes to attracting new talent.
34th Annual Mackinac Policy Conference Begins WednesdayHundreds of Michigan's top business and government leaders will meet for three days at the Grand Hotel this week.
Michigan Matters: Michigan Chambers Of Commerce And 2014
LTU Hosts Nov. 19 Microsoft YouthSpark STEM Education Event
Event Notices From Aug. 23-25The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan's technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
GalaxE Debuts Love Letter From Detroit To The World At Mackinac ConferenceGalaxE.Solutions, an IT developer based in New Jersey but with growing operations in Detroit, has a new wrinkle on its Detroit-centric marketing -- a short video called "Love, Detroit," released at the Detroit Regoinal Chamber Mackinac Policy Conference.
Mackinac Panel: Think Long Term About Government FinancesMichigan's future fiscal stability depends on remembering the bitter lessons the state learned in the last downturn.
$8B Pure Michigan Business Connect Program Grows Through Consumers Power, DTEThe state’s $8 billion Pure Michigan Business Connect program continues to grow, with Consumers Energy and DTE Energy committing to a total of $2 billion in spending with other Michigan-based companies.
Detroit Chamber Study: More College Grads Staying In MichiganAn increased number of recent graduates of Michigan’s public universities are remaining in the state after graduation, according to preliminary survey results released by the Detroit Regional Chamber at the Mackinac Policy Conference Thursday.
Manufacturing Panel Talks Success Despite ObstaclesTwo manufacturers who succeeded despite all roadblocks were the focus of a panel Thursday at the Mackinac Policy Conference
Skills Gap Remains Between School, WorkplaceDespite innovative partnerships between businesses and the educational systems, there remains a skills gap for many Michigan employers, with beginning employees not coming to the workplace with basic skills employers have a right to expect.
Rhee: To Fix Schools, Honor Good Teachers, Identify And Fire Bad OnesControversial education reformer Michelle Rhee says there are hundreds of thousands of wonderful teachers in America who do "heroic" work. But that doesn't mean ineffective teachers shouldn't be identified and fired.