Whitmer's State Of The State Address Focused On Pandemic And Growing Michigan's EconomyGovernor Gretchen Whitmer's 3rd State of the State address, focused on the pandemic and growing the economy.
Michigan Matters: Governor Whitmer On Turbulent 2020Gov. Gretchen Whitmer discusses the dizzying issues that arose this year including the pandemic, economic fallout, and a heated election on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters.” 
21,493 Unemployment Claims Reported In Michigan Last WeekEconomists are predicting that the nation's unemployment rate ticked slightly lower to 6.8 percent. 
How The Coronavirus Became Florida's Perfect StormFlorida set a single-day record for new COVID-19 cases in early July, passing 15,000 and rivaling New York's worst day.
What Companies Benefit From Coronavirus?Amazon and Netflix continue to do well as coronavirus isolates people in their homes, but many other companies have benefited or may soon.
The Best Stocks Of 2018The stock market had a miserable 2018, but some companies bucked the trend to post an exceptionally good year.
Betsy Devos Will Cancel $150M In Student Loan Debt After Being Sued For DelaysThe Department of Education said Thursday that it would wipe away student debt for 15,000 borrowers, implementing an Obama-era rule that Secretary Betsy DeVos has fought to block for more than a year.
Ohio Becomes First State To Allow Businesses To Pay Taxes With BitcoinAs the value of Bitcoin continues to drop, Ohio becomes the first US state to accept the cryptocurrency in paying taxes.
$3.2M In Grants To Help People In Michigan Find, Keep HomesThe U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded more than $3.2 million in grants to help people in Michigan find housing, make better informed choices about housing and keep their homes.
Bigger Social Security Checks In Store For 2019 As Inflation RisesFor the second year in a row, US seniors will see increases in their Social Security checks starting in January.
Report: Michigan Has Some Of The Highest Student Loan Debt In The CountryStudent loan debt is down slightly, but remains a crisis for graduates in Michigan and elsewhere who struggle to pay back their loans.