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The Lansing branch of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) has concerns a ballot proposal to increase Michigan’s minimum wage would cost the state 183,000 jobs if it became law, the group announced today.
Located in Dearborn, the Automotive Hall of Fame has announced that its board of directors have unanimously approved five new additions to its board.
Campbell Ewald, a marketing communications agency, today announced the promotion of Laura Rogers to executive creative director. Prior to her promotion, Rogers served as group creative director. She will continue to oversee creative for OnStar, Cadillac Magazine, and Chevrolet New Roads Magazine. Additionally, she will oversee content-specific programs for clients, including Valero and Meritage Homes. Rogers will report to Jo Shoesmith, chief creative officer.
Detroit-based architecture, interior design, and creative firm, Kraemer Design Group PLC (KDG) has announced the promotions of Amanda Kight, Martin Oliver, and Laura Shadik to project architects, following their successful completion of the architect licensure exam.
Troy-based Ulliance Inc., an international service company providing human resources services, has added nutritionist and chef Nicole Bunting to help with the company’s Employee Assistance and Life Advisor Wellness programs. Bunting is both a classically trained chef and certified nutritionist.
Attorney and shareholder of Butzel Long Linda Armstrong has been appointed chair of the firm’s immigration practice department.
Shelborne Development Corp. has announced Shannon Morgan as chief development officer. In her new role, Morgan will lead predevelopment, financing, and development activities for the company’s mixed-use real estate projects in Michigan.
Managed security service provider Nuspire has announced the hiring of Ken Carson as CFO.
Cornerstone Schools has announced that its co-founder and former CEO William Clark Durant III was recently inducted into the Association of Churchill Fellows during the 2018 Churchill Fellows Weekend at the National Churchill Museum at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri. Additionally, four other leaders were inducted, including Bloomfield Hills’ Mort Harris, co-founder of Detroit’s American Axle and Manufacturing Holdings Inc. and a World War II veteran.