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Energizing Native economies: Tribes build corporate governance to spur investment and development. Some American Indian tribes are overhauling their corporate governance structures in order to facilitate energy projects and other economic development on tribal lands.
LANSING, Mich. - Gov. Rick Snyder today announced the appointments of five members to the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs
Michigan companies are becoming increasingly attractive to private equity investors looking to profit from the state's strong talent pool and manufacturing potential.
YPSILANTI - Veterans of the corporate world have skills that small businesses and startups desperately need, yet few people successfully navigate that transition between those two drastically different environments. Michigan Shifting Gears, a new statewide program born from an initiative started at Ann Arbor SPARK, aims to ease that career shift. Since its launch in 2009, the program has graduated six cohorts of business professionals in Southeast Michigan.
THE rooftop party was in full swing when midnight approached on a warm Friday evening. Kerry Doman, 29, founder of an event planning business; Justin Jacobs, 28, head of a citywide recreational sports league, and Ara Howrani, 29, a photographer who runs a commercial studio, knocked back beers, while a group of office friends from a nearby dot-com chatted about the scratch-and-sniff wallpaper in their colorful new headquarters.
Detroit, city of 100,719 vacant parcels and three Starbucks, has discovered its marketing niche: land of the young, daring and bohemian. And more businesses, foundations and city leaders are investing in the idea.
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