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Articles from Detroiter (June 1, 2008)

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A majority of those surveyed. Survey 81
A message to the Detroit Region Edsel B. Ford on One D: progress will take time ... but it will be worth the wait. Mead, Chris 1001
About your benefits. Website overview 418
Anticipate the puck; Alternative energy will mean jobs for Michigan. Granholm, Jennifer M. 544
Appointments. Brief article 131
Around the region; April: Detroiter online launch at Comerica Park. Website overview 81
Around the Region; April: society of automotive engineers (SAE) week-reception and breakfast. 101
Around the region; May: Mackinac policy conference. 413
Art in the city: developing community involvement through art. Miranov, Aaron 1323
ASG Renaissance. Brief article 111
Automation Alley. Brief article 161
Barton Malow Company. Brief article 209
Be hip and they will come; What are other regions doing to keep their YPs? Baum, Jennifer 340
Beaumont Hospitals. 135
Bianchi Public Relations, Inc. Brief article 106
Bianchi Public Relations, Inc. Brief article 88
Can I wear my bathrobe? Understanding virtual meeting protocol. Palias, Michalie 955
Case study: Grand Hotel takes action. Musser, R.D. 619
Cashing in: the film industry creates new opportunities for existing businesses. Baum, Jennifer 364
City Year Detroit. Brief article 171
Competing in the 21st century; Globalization is shaping the way we do business. Baum, Jennifer 800
Create lasting change; Collaboration is key to reducing high school dropout rates. Brennan, Michael 389
Creating Destination Detroit; A look at the D Brand one year out, how's it faring? La Brecque, Eric 925
Detroit Institute of Arts. Brief article 102
Detroit's changing workforce; Retiring baby boomers, evolving industries and advanced degrees are shaking things up. Armstrong, Melissa 1491
Detroit: innovation station? Szurpicki, Sarah L. 418
Dickinson Wright PLLC. Brief article 115
Driving policy change; AJAC'S role in protecting automotive jobs. Sohnetder, Robecea 511
Duffey, Petrosky & Company (DP +Company). Brief article 199
Enterpreneurial spotlight. Cherrin, Daniel Interview 437
Evaluating 2007's conference. Loepp, Daniel J. 620
Ever wonder where the conference topics come from? Here are the 2008 business survey results. Barboy, John 678
Find out what the legislators think. 553
Finding our niche; Michigan can be a destination for health care. Johnson, Spencer 610
Five Wayne state university. 180
Foley & Lardner LLP. Brief article 98
Following the buzz: the latest people, events, places, gadgets and things that have Southeast Michigan's business community buzzing. 324
Following the buzz: the latest people, events, places, gadgets and things that have Southeast Michigan's business community buzzing. Book review 176
Fresh from Mackinac: a global perspective. Blouse, Richard E., Jr. Conference news 675
Fusion generation: the next level of YPs. 1039
Garan Lucow Miller, P.C. Brief article 111
Garan Lucow Miller, P.C. Brief article 85
Get connected: What's new this month at detroiteronline.com. Brief article 169
Get your groove on: Detroit has made its mark on the music industry. Baum, Jennifer 222
Global connectivity starts here; Translinke D brings transportation and logistics services together for economic gain. Trost, Jacquie 550
Green energy and investment in education: lead democratic business initiatives. Brewer, Make 550
Hamilton Anderson Associates. 101
Henry Ford Health System. 211
Henry Ford Hospital. 177
Henry Ford Hospital. 87
Hors D'oeuvres, anyone? Small business advice for planning your next event. Miranov, Aaron 918
How the visa issue affects business; H-1B visa unavailability hurts Michigan employers. Nowlan, Michael P. 702
Identity Marketing & Public Relations. 82
Identity Marketing & Public Relations. 90
Identity Marketing & Public Relations. 82
Identity Marketing & Public Relations. 86
Image one. Brief article 91
John McCain and the fall campaign. Bishop, Michael D. 650
Jumpstart: the Michigan House recently approved a three-part plan to jumpstart our economy. Dillon, Andy 535
Kelly Services. 140
King of the ring: How Detroit's sports scene uppercuts the competition. Poole, Steve 659
Legislation for Michigan's economy; What your legislators are doing to help. Miranov, Aaron 2454
Lights ... camera ... hold it! What do the film incentives mean for the rest of Michigan? Williams, Brad 639
Lobbying for business; A day with the Detroit Regional Chamber's government relations team. Poole, Steve 1569
Logistics; making an investment in the region. Blouse, Dick 493
Looking forward to this year: 2008 aims to set new standards. Murphy, Leslie Conference notes 557
Luring young professionals back home; Louisville gets clever in recruiting talent. 319
Mackinac policy conference 2007 score card: at the close of last year's Conference, the Chamber promised to follow up with action and report back the year's results. Take a look at our accomplishments 365 days later. 625
Make the switch; Business, leaders and citizens must demand a part-time Michigan legislature. Sandstron, Steward 549
Making it possible. 332
Managing generations; Did you know what generation Y needs? Read on. Baurn, Jennifer 611
McGraw Wentworth. Brief article 115
Metro Times. 117
Michigan's abundance: let our resources spark your business ideas. Armstrong, Melissa 1031
Miller Canfield. Brief article 101
Mo(bility)town. Zielinski, Susan Brief article 257
More than great dining options: Detroit's rich with the history of its ethnic enclaves. Baum, Jennifer 340
Nine talented Detroit students. 155
On the roster: join us in welcoming these new members to the chamber. We encourage you to contact them for future business opportunities. 683
OpTech, LLC. Brief article 103
Our urban center; Making the region more attractive for young professionals. Jackson, George 316
Place your bets: the casinos are a sure win. 1186
Regional partnerships. James, John A. 297
Retaining the best and brightest for Detroit 2.0. Jones, Elizabeth 315
Retraining a workforce; How Michigan and other regions are working to keen their workforce relevant. 415
See Ya' later, analog! Digital TV transition in Michigan. Jessup, Dave 303
Seeking new funding; Public private partnerships can benefit many sectors in Michigan. Miziolek, Aleksandra A. 784
Shake it up; And a stronger Michigan falls into place. Brief article 137
Take it a step further: "Let's Meet in the D" offers clear solution. Ilitch, Christopher 494
Tanner Friedman. 174
Teoma Systems. Brief article 123
The big 4 what regional priority do you believe the big 4 should focus their efforts on and resolve? Every year Mackinac Policy Conference participants look forward to the big four panel. This year, the Detroiter asked them. 1189
The Coalition on Temporary Shelter. Brief article 109
The Community House. Brief article 84
The Henry Ford. Brief article 97
The last stop; Musings from a midwestern gyspy. Birch, Vanessa Giancamilli Personal account 424
The man behind the suit: a day in the shoes of Sebastian Wade, vice president, Regional Affairs and manager of diversity initiatives, Detroit Regional Chamber. Poole, Steve 976
The path to prosperity; Three blue-ribbon reports outline a bold agenda for change in Michigan. Are our lawmakers and policymakers up to the challenge? Mead, Chris 3344
The republican party: what it means for Michigan business. Anuzis, Saulius "Saul" 588
The road to revitalization; Let's support young professionals as they rise to their new roles. Carnrike, Tammy 1151
The transportation puzzle; TranslinkeD aims to strengthen our economy with infrasturcture. Roy, Melissa 503
To increase economic prosperity? Look to the educational system-the changes will take courage. Flanagan, Mike 527
Up and coming: mark your calender with these regional business events. Calendar 664
Up and coming; Mark your calendar with these regional business events. Calendar 676
Warner Norcross & Judd LLP. 124
Wayne County. Ficano, Robert A. Brief article 306
Wayne state university. 81
Wayne State University. 168
Wayne State University. 189
We have 94 days: how to them in the D. 4494
What can the D Brand do for you? 405
What they found; A sampling of results from the member survey. Survey 374
Where has it worked? 764
Why here? How Detroit became known for cars. Miranov, Aaron 259
Worth more than just pennies: copper theft is devastating our state. Torreano, Gail 509
Your questions delivered to their desks; Chamber members ask legislators what's on their minds. 1089

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