This post somehow got deleted so here it is again:
On November 19, Thaddeus McCotter, Republican Michigan Representative from Livonia spoke at the Financial Services Committee hearing about a “bailout” for the domestic auto industry, using 25 billion of the $700 billion being given to Wall Street as a bridge loan to the auto industry. […]
It is Tuesday, December 11, 2007 and these are my picks for articles published today.
5 Detroit schools among top-ranked in US
5 Detroit schools among top-ranked in U.S.
Five Detroit Public Schools have been ranked among the top 8% U.S. high schools by U.S. News and World Report.
Detroit is a big city with a big school system. […]
Detroit riverfront Conservancy Announces West Riverfront Property …
Purchase of Former Printing Plant Site Will Allow RiverWalk to Continue from Bridge to Bridge and Beyond DETROIT, Dec. 3 /PRNewswire/ — The Detroit RiverFront Conservancy (DRFC) announced today that it completed the purchase of the West Riverfront property located at 1801 W. Jefferson Avenue from the Detroit […]
It finally happened! Quicken Loans has announced that they will locate their consolidated headquarters in downtown Detroit moving some 4000 employees from around the metro area back to the city.
“After two years of speculation and negotiations, Quicken Loans and Rock Financial founder and Chairman Dan Gilbert told the Free Press on Monday that he […]
Michigan is blessed to have the largest concentration of Japanese people in the Midwest and with that, as many good Japanese restaurants. Detroiters and southeast Michiganders have their favorite Japanese restaurant whether it’s Musashi in Southfield, Cherry Blossom in Novi, or Yotsuba in Ann Arbor. Still, one of the best in the area […]
Podcast: Is there a Web 2.0 future for national politics?
Clean water is always in demand, but what about clean water tech start-ups? News.com’s Martin LaMonica says that so far, it’s been a tough sell. But Sensicore, a company in Ann Arbor, Mich., hopes the idea is about to catch on with the public–and now it’s […]
If You Live In Detroit, Don’t Drive Anywhere Near I-96 For Like …
Avoid I-96 going eastbound anywhere around Livonia until further notice as there’s been a break the main water line that goes for from Detroit serving the western suburbs and water was pouring out until Detroit water officials were contacted and turned it off […]