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Robert Young, Bob Saget and Michael Young

Robert Young, Bob Saget and Michael Young

While comedians like Bob Saget, center, hone their craft onstage, they’re often tapped for business advice backstage.

January / February 2010
Rob Amsler

Rob Amsler

Though Detroit’s Bayview Yacht Club “is a little pea patch in the middle of the country,” Commodore Rob Amsler notes that it hosts the longest continuous-run, freshwater regatta in North America.

November/December 2009
Dave Bing

Dave Bing

When he’s not running the nation’s 11th largest city, Detroit Mayor Dave Bing likes to tour the links.

September/October 2009
Steve Thomas and Mark Lewis

Steve Thomas and Mark Lewis

Planet Green, New York and Community 1st Development, Farmington Hills.

July / August 2009
Reed Kroloff and Alberto Alessi

Reed Kroloff and Alberto Alessi

In the world of luxury housewares, Italian design house Alessi SpA has set itself apart from the competition by partnering with world-class architects and designers to produce stunning, memorable products.

May / June 2009
Motor City Open

Motor City Open

Squash may not be the most popular sport — football takes the crown in the United States, while soccer is king throughout the rest of the world — but it still draws sizable crowds and generates considerable interest.

March / April 2009
Lincoln C Concept

Lincoln C Concept

While it may conjure up images of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, the futuristic Lincoln C Concept, unveiled in January at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, was equipped with what’s believed to be the world’s first human-machine interface.

March / April 2009
Sergio de Giusti

Sergio de Giusti

A few weeks before Jimmie Johnson won the 2008 NASCAR Nextel Cup Series in November, local sculptor Sergio de Giusti got a call from Tim Nasso, vice president of marketing for Dow Automotive in Auburn Hills.

January 2009
Asimo

Asimo

Fundraising, thanks in large part to the ongoing recession, is becoming increasingly difficult in metro Detroit and across the country.

January 2009
Dave Barton

Dave Barton

While great food in a memorable setting makes for a busy eatery, a little magic can draw patrons, as well. For Dave Barton, guest services manager at the new Ocean Prime in Troy, that means performing a host of tableside tricks, including one with a spinning card that appears to be suspended in mid-air.

December 2008

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