DBusiness Breakfast Series with Wayne State University’s Robert Forsythe

DBusiness hosted its second breakfast of the 2018 DBusiness Breakfast Series on April 3 at the Gem Theatre in Detroit. Robert Forsythe, dean of the Mike Ilitch School of Business at Wayne State University in Detroit, gave the keynote address about the new business school that is set to open this summer. The event also featured members of the magazine’s Century Club, or businesses and organizations 100 years old and older.


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