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Competition tops list, but there are concerns about skilled employees, too.
Michigan’s publicly traded manufacturing companies consider competition and consolidation to be their biggest risks in 2014. Read More
State’s $2.1 million will speed up GR’s overdue street repair.
Contracts are expected to be awarded next week for work on two Grand Rapids streets funded by a one-time state appropriation of $2,124,850, although grateful city officials warn there is still no long-term solution to funding Michigan transportation infrastructure. Read More
Robust economic growth around the world translates to strong foreign demand for American goods, which via exports contributes significantly to Michigan's economic development and job creation. Read More
Some argue Michigan needs all the knowledge workers it can find.
LANSING — A college acceptance letter isn’t always all it’s cracked up to be. Read More
Oregon’s tax on mileage, not fuel, would be one consideration.
LANSING — Michigan and nearby states share road-funding concerns, but the Mitten might not have access to the same solutions. Read More
LANSING — Legislation requiring police to delete license plate numbers collected by automatic high-speed cameras may be coming to Michigan. Read More
Local attorneys expect Michigan may see a decrease in claims.
According to data collected by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and released earlier this year, Michigan saw a slight increase in harassment and discrimination charges during fiscal year 2013. Read More
Business Leaders for Michigan revealed its media campaign this month to focus on a cup less than half full of accomplishments it had identified to guide the state to a top 10 status for jobs, personal income and economic health. Read More