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A new report suggests that some of the fears about expanding Medicaid in Michigan seem to be misguided. 

Published in Health Biz

Most doctors in Michigan have the ability to take more patients into their practices and would accept new Medicaid patients, according to survey data.

Published in Health Biz
Sunday, 09 December 2012 15:34

Snyder highlights fracking in energy message

Fracking has been used safely in Michigan for decades and should be seen as a key part of the state’s energy future.

Published in Energy

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

Survey data show business owners across Michigan are decidedly less upbeat about their prospects for the coming six months than they were last spring, although they were better prepared for a slowing U.S. economy than their counterparts in other states.

Published in Finance

After closing fundraising on its flagship fund to invest more than $15.1 million in early stage Michigan-based businesses, a Grand Rapids venture fund can now focus on building its investment portfolio and recording its first exit.

Published in Finance
Saturday, 06 October 2012 09:09

Source One Digital expands in Norton Shores

If you have watched a Major League Baseball game, a NASCAR race, a National Hockey League game or the NCAA’s Final Four basketball tournament, either live or in person, you have seen the work of Norton Shores-based Source One Digital.

Published in In the News

Business owners across Michigan are decidedly less upbeat about their prospects for the coming six months than they were last spring, according to the results of a survey by PNC Bank.

Published in In the News

The Michigan Economic Development Corp. doesn’t want to be in the business of picking winners and losers, but it’s hoping a new venture match fund will provide a market-driven program aimed at filling a funding gap for early-stage companies.

Published in Finance

It’s been a tough decade for Michigan’s nonprofit fundraisers. A perfect storm of economic forces increased the demand for nonprofit services while also forcing the donors who support them to tighten their belts. Now the repeal of the Michigan Charitable Tax Credit promises a whole new set of challenges for fundraisers trying to solicit donations in what remains a tough economy.

Published in Nonprofits
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