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Articles from Detroiter (June 1, 2010)

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2010 sponsors; The Mackinac policy conference would not be possible without the support of our sponsors. 158
Diversifying the economy; creating jobs remains our mission for 2010 and beyond. Granholm, Jennifer M. 488
Good things are happening to businesses throughout the Detroit region. 182
Health Alliance Plan. Brief article 112
Identifying priorities for the next year: the Mackinac Policy Conference should leave all of us with a clear to-do list - even if you weren't on the island. Allushuski, Barbara Conference news 366
Jobs the Mackinac Policy Conference looks at New Industries, New Opportunities. Conference news 128
Legislation for the economy: your legislators priorities for action. 2654
LessonsLearned: Detroit can look to Pittsburgh for ideas on economic transformation. Strong, Michael 1533
Looking to Turin: turin. Italy transformed itself from a depressed industrial city to a modern hub of cultural and entrepreneurial activity - so what can we learn? Stanard, Alexa Interview 720
Machine politics has failed Detroit: to spur a long-term economic boom, we need to replace failing institutions. Gingrich, Newt; Varroney, Dan 508
Meeting with legislators as a small business owner: get commented before it's to latel. McCully, Bruce 506
New economic realities: the primary benefit will be achievement of the critical mass necessary to produce adequate economies of scale. Marchionne, Sergio 520
New opportunities: emerging industries are leading job creation in Michigan today. Alabastro, Marianne Interview 584
On education: turning priority into policy. Finley, Nolan 547
On the roster: join us in welcoming these new members to the chamber. We encourage you to contact them for future business opportunities. Company overview 1719
Redefining Michigan: a new way of thinking will reclaim Detroit's position as a premier city. Bailey, John; Lambert, Jeff 428
Solving Michigan's budget deficit. 490
Streamlining government. Brief article 290
The 2010 mackinac policy conference features one of the strongest lineups of keynote speakers the conference has ever had. Conference news 124
The 2010 Mackinac Policy Conference Twittersation. Conference notes 231
The Big Four: considering that this year is an important election year, what are you looking for from new state leadership? what do you want your new legislators to tackle? 737
The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation. 670
The great gubernatorial debate: this fall, Michigan heads to the polls to elect a new governor. We had the candidates answer this question: What are your top priorities for job creation and economic transformation in the state? 1481
The next big job generator; Health care to play a huge role in future job creation. Scott, Mike 1132
Tomorrow's workforce: leaders seek reforms to get Michigan to the head of the class. Forman, Minehaha 865
Up and coming: mark your calendar with these regional business events. Calendar 836
Whether you need to clone a hard drive for your archives. 104
Working together, regionally: the Mackinac Policy Conference will discuss commonalities between plans to revise Michigan's economy. Baruah, Sandy K. Conference news 696
Year of political change: Mackinac Policy Conference brings together business leaders and politicians to discuss key issues in the election year. Conference notes 132
Your 2010 Mackinac Policy Conference experience. Conference notes 152
Your guide to the 2010 Mackinac Policy Conference: whether you made it to the island or are following the news form back home, these are the topics you'll be hearing about. Conference news 112

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