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Speeding Along

Expect home health businesses to grow in popularity as hospitals try to decrease the costly problem of people who are repeatedly hospitalized for the same condition.

November/December 2012
May It Please The Client

May It Please The Client

When a business relies on an attorney to steer it through a legal matter, the stakes are often high. But if the attorney fails to do the job, the cost to the business can be stratospheric.

November/December 2012
What if Taxpayers Hadn't Bailed Out GM and Chrysler?

What if Taxpayers Hadn't Bailed Out GM and Chrysler?

Washington’s bailout provided Michigan and Detroit with a huge short-term window to restructure finances and spark an economic revival. But major challenges loom on the horizon.

September/October 2012

30 in Their Thirties 2012

One thing is certain, the 2012 Class of “30 in Their Thirties,” as nominated by our readers, isn’t content with a day job as they drive revenue and open new frontiers around the world.

September/October 2012

Up In The Air

July / August 2012
Aero Tech Town

Aero Tech Town

Detroit City Airport has established an industrial R&D cluster to develop the next generation of aircraft, including civilian drones.

July / August 2012
A Legal Shot

A Legal Shot

Can a company maintain and build market share by aggressively suing its rivals? Consider the David vs. Goliath legal battle between Birmingham's On Go Energy drink and Farmington Hills's 5-Hour Energy drink.

July / August 2012
Powered by Women 2012

Powered by Women 2012

From automotive to information technology, more female business leaders are making their mark in the management ranks of major organizations.

July / August 2012
Exported From Italy

Exported From Italy

During a series of recent interviews, Sergio Marchionne addresses a wide range of issues, including queries about several major investment initiatives in metro Detroit.

May / June 2012
Pony Up!

Pony Up!

After millions of dollars were used to buy and convert 320 acres into a bustling airport-city for supply and logistics firms, Wayne County taxpayers wound up with a horse track. How a power struggle inside the county executive office led to a $35-million white elephant.

May / June 2012

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