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While Michigan is clearly in a better place than it was at the depths of the recession, the state still has a ways to go to improve and compete at the level of other “top 10” states.

Published in Economic Development

Linking with a group of top corporate executives and university presidents provides MichBio added muscle in formulating a strategic plan to grow Michigan’s life sciences industry.

Published in Health Biz

All the talk surrounding the need for more investment into Michigan’s higher education institutions is starting to pay off — at least a little bit.

Published in Focus

Michigan needs to spend another $1 billion on higher education to produce graduates with the advanced skills needed for the 21st century economy, contends Business Leaders for Michigan. 

Published in Economic Development

If nothing else, Gov. Rick Snyder’s focus on improving funding for Michigan’s aging roads and bridges positions the issue toward the top of the agenda in Lansing.

Published in Economic Development
Sunday, 06 January 2013 23:08

Voters to get final say in PPT repeal

After securing a partial victory in a long-sought goal of repealing Michigan’s personal property tax, business advocates next need to turn their attention to convincing voters to go along with the plans.

Published in Finance

Michigan became a little more competitive with other states over the last two years, although it’s still far from the goal of corporate CEOs to become a top 10 state for economic performance, according to an annual report.

Published in Economic Development

The former head of the Michigan Economic Development Corp. under John Engler, Rothwell now leads Business Leaders For Michigan, an organization representing many of the state’s largest employers.

Published in Crystal Ball

As a state of peninsulas, many people might not associate Michigan with being a logistics hub. Bit that's what the state's business leaders hope to create.

Published in Focus

WEST MICHIGAN — For the first time in recent memory, the state of Michigan is actually adding money back to its higher education budget.

Published in Education
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