WWJ's Vickie Thomas Among Michigan Chronicle's 2015 'Women Of Excellence' HonoreesWWJ Newsradio 950 City Beat Reporter Vickie Thomas, a newly-crowned recipient of the 2015 Michigan Chronicle Women of Excellence Award, says she is proud to have been selected for the honor.
Celebrity Softball Game Raises Funds To Aid Families Affected By Cystic FibrosisPersonalities from WWJ, 97.1 The Ticket and AMP Radio took part in the fundraising game which collected more than $6,000 towards cystic fibrosis.
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New Study Documents Major Gains In Priority Of InnovationInnovation is a priority for 94 out of 100 business leaders, according to the Plante Moran 2013 innovation survey results. That is 15 points higher than last year and indicative of a trend that is validated by other research.
LTU Talks Intellectual Property At Event For Inventors, EntrepreneursNearly 100 inventors, entrepeneurs, and those who help them create jobs attended a symposium on intellectual property law Wednesday at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield.
WWJ Listener Bonus- 4th Annual Boating & Outdoor FestivalThe fourth annual Boating & Outdoor Festival is coming to Lake St. Clair Metropark September 19-22. Click here for your chance to win tickets to the show!
WWJ Social Media Event: Biz Must Stay Flexible, Relevant OnlineSocial media are now a mandatory part of the marketing mix for businesses of all sizes -- but it only works if you're adaptable and relevant. That was the message of a WWJ Newsradio 950 business breakfast Thursday morning at Schoolcraft College in Livonia, 'Social Media: Getting Your Business To Wow.'
WWJ Biz Breakfast Tackles Social Media MarketingSocial media is becoming one more way to generate the "wow" that translates into higher sales -- not to mention one more way to lose a job. WWJ Newsradio 950 will be taking a look at the latest and greatest in using social media to build your business Thursday morning at Schoolcraft College's VisTaTech Center in Livonia.
Kalamazoo Toxicology Entrepreneur Is Leader And Innovator Of The YearBridget Lorenz Lemberg, founder, lab director and toxicologist at Forensic Fluids Laboratories in Kalamazoo, has been named the Grant Thornton Leader & Innovator of the Year. The award was announced at a reception Thursday night at Lawrence Technological University, which co-sponsors the annual award, along with Grant Thornton LLP and WWJ Newsradio 950.
Wayne State To Celebrate TV, Cultural Icon Sonny Eliot Dec. 6During the very early years of television -- still in grainy black and white, and long before digital technology, the Web and smartphones -- many families followed the nightly ritual of watching TV together.
WWJ Business, Tech Breakfast On New Auto TechnologiesOn June 14, a panel of automotive industry, economic and university experts will discuss what’s being referred to as “the new auto,” and how the talent pipeline and cutting-edge innovation happening at our top research institutions can move our state’s economy and the industry forward.
Dan Behm Of OST Named Grant Thornton Leader & Innovator of the YearDan Behm, president and co-founder of Open System Technologies, an IT firm based in Grand Rapids, has been named the Grant Thornton Leader & Innovator of the Year.
'Pancakes And Politics' Tackles Urban RedevelopmentWhen it comes to urban revitalization, collaborate or die. That was the word from four experts Thursday morning in the latest installment of the Michigan Chronicle's "Pancakes and Politics" series.
Tech, Insurance Changes Ahead In Health CareThe nation's health care delivery system is about to change dramatically, and federal health care reform is only part of the reason.
Big Crowd At LTU Gets Lowdown On Social MediaWhen it comes to using online social media like LinkedIn for business, there are no hard and fast rules. But a WWJ Newsradio 950 - Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Report panel Thursday at Lawrence Technological University told a packed crowd that some tactics certainly work better than others.