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Articles from Detroiter (June 1, 2007)

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A developing neighborhood. 585
A quest for one consistant message: a new brand strategy for Detroit. Allen, Malcolm 451
About your benefits: new updates and offerings that are increasing the value of your membership. 464
Achieving world class health care: United States health insurance act will create a single payer universal system. Conyers Jr., John 313
Advancing our economy: committee work brings new opportunities for businesses and workers in the Detroit Region. Miller, Candice 322
Are you a chamber champion? 149
Around the region: May: Mackinac Policy Conference. 239
Attendees changing through the years: With a 27-year tenure, the conference has seen many regular attendees hold different leadership positions. Conference notes 202
Barack Obama Steer Michigan's economy in a new direction. Michigan 398
Behind the scenes. 157
Bishop on bipartisanship: why crossing the aisle to hold constructive conversations will assist in rebuilding Michigan's economy. Bishop, Michael D. 518
Bringing a brighter future to the region: The chamber's mission is carried out during the conference and throughout the year. Loepp, Daniel J. Conference news 377
Bringing culture to the Island; A Detroit Symphony Orchestra brass quarte welcome Mackinac attendees. 341
Bringing investment home: marketing the Detroit Region to cities across North America to attract new business and capital investment. Denson, Mark 390
Building a foundation for our future: Appropriations Committee work brings federal dollars back to the Detroit region. Kilpatrick, Carolyn Cheeks 309
Challenging our global competitors; The American Manufacturing Initiative will create jobs, improve the environment and revitalize our economy. Levin, Senator Carl 312
Crossing the border: passport requirements for Western Hemisphere Travel eased. 439
Detroit regional chamber policy priorities 2007. 371
Detroiter goes to Mackinac: a new conference tradition will communicate important information to members. Blouse Jr, Richard E. 503
Downtown catalysts: what our region's savviest entrepreneurs are bringing to the city. 566
Downtown living: understanding what's needed for more business development in Detroit. Armstrong, Melissa 973
Downtown prognosis: with all of the vast improvements that have taken place downtown in the last few years, it's hard to imagine what's in store for the future. For this issue on downtown development, the Detroiter asked: "What is your prognosis of Detroit in one year, three years, five years and long term?". 1197
Driving discussions with data: Annual survey checks the pulse of the business community on conference agenda issues. Balley, John Survey 507
Dykema. 105
Dykema. 88
Establishing "the D. 185
Examining the education system: learning how to ensure the of Americans. 433
Fighting on your behalf: a day in the life of the Detroit Regional Chamber's Government Relations team. Poole, Steve 1596
Follow the 'High Road' Strategy Q & A. Mead, Chris Interview 1255
Following the Buzz: The latest people, events, places, gadgets and things that have Southeast Michigan's business community buzzing. 348
Glowing far and wide: new city lights brighten our region's future. 244
Good news for Michigan; The effects of downtown develpment will be felt across the region. Blouse, Richard E, Jr. 402
Henry Ford Health System. 95
Hillary Clinton demonstrates value based leadership. Bernstein, Mark; Bernstein, Samuel I. Column 520
Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn, L.L.P. 90
How does Michigan rate? Measuring the productivity of a workforce. Armstrong, Melissa 781
Implementing Dossia: how the business sector is seeking to improve the efficiency of the health care system with web - based technology. 393
In the driver's seat: chamber spearheads national effort to preserve automotive jobs. 499
In your corner: Michigan's congressional delegation is introducing legislation and promoting policy to revitalize southeast Michigan's economy. 152
Investing in education: legislation providing scholarships in math and science will create innovators to drive our economy forward. Knollenberg, Joe 315
Investors. 422
Is a part-time legislature the answer to Michigan's woes? Carnrike, Tammy 497
John Edwards will transform America. Bonior, David 402
John McCain means business. Nicholson, James B. 375
Join our Detroiter Reader Panel. 125
Keeping America competitive: Legislation fights to lower health care costs for businesses. Stabenow, Senator Debble 313
Lawrence Technological University. 106
Leading the way in Lansing: get to know what the leaders in the house and senate are doing for your biz. Dillon, Andy 598
Life on the Island: The Mussers on owning and operating Grand Hotel. Baum, Jennifer 1078
Mackinac Policy Conference 2006 score card: at the close of last year's conference, the chamber promised to follow-up with action and to report back the year's results. take a look at our accomplishments 365 days later. 803
Making it happen: planning an event 300 miles away doesn't happen overnight-it takes the support of many members and staff to bring it all together. Conference notes 522
Making it possible: the 2007 Mackinac policy conference would not be possible without the support of our sponsors. 231
Making the investment. 574
Maximize your productivity. 136
Mitt Romney has the right experience. Rakolta, John 406
Off the Cuff: we asked and you answered ... What will bring you downtown this summer? 338
Office deport discounts. 102
On the roster: join us in welcoming these new members to the Chamber. We encourage you to contact them for future business opportunities. 337
On the roster: join us in welcoming these new members to the Chamber; we encourage you to contact them for future business opportunities. 584
P3ProSwing. 80
Penske brings racing downtown. 283
Peoples State Bank. 111
Protecting the health of our workforce: new legislation will lift financial burdens and make our businesses more competitive. Dingell, John D. 307
Providing children the best Head Start: improving Head Start Act of 2007 is an investment in our future workforce. Kildee, Dale E. 303
Putting REAL into relationship building: through networking opportunities, members learn why relationship building is key to making new connections. 1161
Q & A with Mr. Musser, Chairman of Grand hotel. 647
Re-examining the past and shaping the future for race relations: New Detroit works to close the gap. Stancato, Shirley 1032
Recognizing education as essential; Poll shows no progress in parents attitudes. Finely, Nolan Conference news 1240
Recognizing networking as a driving force. Carnrike, Tammy; Stein, Ben Conference news 427
Redefining 'the d'. 3173
Redefining the riverfront: shifting the river's purpose from industrial to entertainment is offering new business opportunities and, in effect, re-purposing the region. Baum, Jennifer 710
Regional Detroit Business Confidence Index. 651
Restore the American dream. Mead, Chris Interview 1315
Reversing industrial impact: Michigan's brownfield program aims to bring in new business. Trustman, Melissa 588
Revitalization for our region: Wayne county's vision for an aerotropolis. Ficano, Robert A. 349
Riding the wave: Detroit Region businesses get involved in downtown development. Archer, Dennis 506
Roll through Detroit without wheels? Leave your gas money in your wallet and see Detroit the best way: from above. Green, Dennis 903
Rudy Guiliani is a fiscal conservative. Stella, Frank 429
Score card: 2006: one year later, much action to report. Archer, Dennis Conference news 466
Setting the tone: A look at what's on the agenda for this year's Mackinac policy conference. Brief article 251
She brings business to downtown events; Tavi Fulkerson explains how she get involved in the Detroit Region's most high-profile events. Baum, Jennifer 1133
Shop FranklinCovey. Brief article 258
Showing visitors what we've got: partnership uses SAE week to promote the benefits of locating a business in the region. 329
Soaring to new heights: detroit's emerging role as an airport city. Carroll, John 522
Summer in the city. 187
The intersection between free trade and security: examining the Canada-U.S. border. Michael Wilson, Canadian Ambassador 435
The media perspective. Roush, Matt Brief article 130
The Results are in ... The Mackinac Policy Conference continues to be Southeast Michigan's premier public policy event. Conference news 235
Transforming our state: legislation provides businesses incentives for investing in technology and alternative energy. Levin, Sander 333
Transportation and logistics in the global economy. Gallis, Michael 446
Understanding what's missing: re-development efforts underway in Detroit's historic New Center offer a walkable and livable sub-district that will benefit the entire greater downtown area. Solaka, Michael 709
Up and coming: mark your calendar with these regional business events. Calendar 915
Up and coming: mark your calendar with these regional business events. Calendar 1560
Verizon Wire. 102
Vision. 1593
Wayne State style; new residential options have people talking about Midtown Living. Reid, Irvin D. 526
What does the 2008 presidential election mean for southeast Michigan? Washington political experts, regional business and political leaders share their predictions. 388
Young, educated and leaving? As college graduates plan for careers in other states, Fusion is breaking the trend and helping our young workforce make a name for itself in Detroit. Poole, Steven 1200

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