Neal Rubin | Published August 27, 2018 | The Detroit News An artist rendering of a Frenchtown re-creation at the proposed River Raisin Heritage Corridor. Photo Credit: River Raisin National Battlefield Foundation A $4.8 million grant announced Monday in Monroe is designed to help people remember "Remember the River Raisin." Organizers say the money from [...]
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Tom Henderson | Published August 19, 2018 | Crain's Detroit Business Photo Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto A recession seems at least a year away, but a full-blown trade war could bring one sooner Most area wealth managers think China and the U.S. will manage to negotiate a way out tariff trouble soon Small-cap U.S. [...]
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By Tom Henderson | Published August 19, 2018 | Crain's Detroit Business Aubrey Lee Jr. Sales manager of Merrill Lynch's Aubrey Lee Jr. and Julius ReadusGroup, Farmington Hills; first vice president, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management/Bank of America Likes: Information technology; commodities, which provide a hedge against inflation; financials; domestic large caps Dislikes: Real estate; consumer [...]
By Danny Raskin | Published August 16, 2018 | Detroit Jewish News Cameron Mitchell Some call it a seafood restaurant … Others say steak restaurant … Both win … plus a smattering of Japanese delicious favorites tossed in three years ago … This is the Ocean Prime eatery … built in all its [...]
Published August 14, 2018 | The Oakland Press Grace Centers of Hope CEO Pastor Kent Clark (left) welcomes volunteers Pastor Harold Best, Isabella Domidion, Sydney Arnold, Angie Wilson and Shae Wilson to the nonprofit.Photo credit: Grace Centers of Hope A group of 16 volunteers from Lancaster Baptist Church in Kentucky spent a week [...]
By Leanne Smith | Published August 12, 2018 | Jackson News CAMBRIDGE TWP., MI - You could call it the shot heard round the Irish Hills. On a cold, rainy day in late September 1967, three men stood on a patch of Cambridge Township farmland and pushed the plunger on a stack of dynamite that [...]
The automaker wants to see whether the technology can prevent odometer fraud and control access to cars. By Gail Dutton | Published | August 14, 2018 Volkswagen is testing blockchain as a way to prevent odometer tampering and allow secure control over access to cars. With these pilot projects, it leapfrogs many carmakers by considering uses [...]
By Jay Greene | Crain’s Detroit Business | Published August 05, 2018 Care One owner and founder Steven Cook says his 25-year-old company hasn’t changed much in philosophy or customer service over the years.Photo Credit: Care One, Inc. Care One health care staffing has steadily grown revenue by double-digits the past six years to [...]
by Susan Tompor | Published Aug. 2, 2018 |Detroit Free Press Many people need to save more for retirement because they often end up retiring four years or so earlier than they might have expected, according to Morningstar. Photo Credit: Susan Tompor The countdown to retirement can include all sorts of plans — setting [...]
By Laura Mueller | Special to Digital First Media | Published July 26, 2018 As stories about the mental health crisis and opioid epidemic have dominated the news and sparked conversations on social media this summer, one important point has been overlooked. The two topics are not exclusive of each other. Demi Lovato, the popular [...]