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How Metro Detroit Is Helping To Rebuild Iraq
Thursday, March 01, 2012
Still unsure of the economic opportunities that accompany Metro Detroit's Arab-American melting pot? Well how does a $5.5-billion contract sound? For the rebuilding and development of Iraq it's only the tip of the iceberg, and our region is uniquely poised to be a part of that reconstruction. But economic gain is only one part of the equation. With reconstruction comes stability, and with stability comes peace. Think of it as building a better Michigan by building a better world.
TechniMed: An Entrepreneurial Leap Of Faith
Thursday, February 02, 2012
In 2004 Pamela Laity and her husband cashed in their savings and 401k's to launch TechniMed, a medical billing company. The risk was big but the timing couldn't have been better. With big changes in private and public insurance billing practices, the Laitys have turned their gamble into success and expansion, becoming the newest member of Troy's Next Wave business incubator.
The (Job) Hunt Is On
Kim North Shine
Thursday, July 22, 2010
New economy jobs. Knowledge-based jobs. Jobs, jobs, jobs. It's practically Metro Detroit's mantra.
takes a look at a different side of the employment equation: headhunters. Some of these corporate matchmakers are discovering that our shifting economy provides new opportunities in emerging high-tech fields.
The Land Of Small Giants
Thursday, April 29, 2010
better. In Ann Arbor the small giant movement is catching on, and it's attracting some Metro Detroit companies as well. Their philosophy? Profit is good but the bottom line should not be the be all / end all of your company's existence.
Jacobsen Daniels: Planning Airports and the Aerotropolis
Thursday, December 03, 2009
In eight years this airport planning firm has grown more than ten fold, bought a building in downtown Ypsilanti and count many of the nation's biggest airports as their clients. From internships to aerotropolis development, Jacobsen Daniels is not only the kind of new economy business Michigan needs more of, they are passionately invested in their community's future.
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