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Economic Uncertainty

Economic Uncertainty

Foreign trade wars, national elections, impeachment inquiries, sliding auto sales, and UAW/GM strike aftershocks could slow the state’s economic progress in 2020.
Patrick Rugiero

PDA Q&A: Patrick Rugiero

The E-Interview, Executive Director, Roman Village Restaurant Group, Dearborn
people skiing through trees

Gaylord in Northern Michigan Debuts New Developments, Activities for Opening of Skiing Season

As the Up North ski season opens, Gaylord and its surrounding resort properties are introducing new and renovated developments, discounted ski packages, restaurants, and family activities. TRU Hilton recently broke ground on an 80-room hotel...
R.J. King

Letter from the Editor: Lesson Plan

With little fanfare but plenty of long-term benefits, the Detroit Public Schools Community District has turned the corner on decades of mismanagement and now is delivering educational gains in the classroom and drawing career-focused investment from the region’s corporate sector.
Buddy's Pizza downtown Detroit

Buddy’s Pizza to Open Its First Downtown Detroit Restaurant, Located South of Comerica Park

Farmington Hills-based Buddy’s Pizza will open its first downtown Detroit location on Wednesday, Dec. 11, on the first floor of the Madison Building at 1565 Broadway St. The location is a block east of...
Rochester University

A Higher Calling

Why does a college transition to a university? In the case of Rochester University, the recent evolution to a new name reflects the institution’s expansion of programs, the opening of a $5.3-million sports complex, and the launch of a $10-million capital campaign.

Whirlpool in Benton Harbor to Supply Appliances to D.R. Horton, the Nation’s Largest Homebuilder

Whirlpool Corp. in Benton Harbor today announced it has joined forces with Fort Worth, Texas' D.R. Horton, the nation’s largest homebuilder, to provide large appliances to homeowners across the country.
Jim Brady's Detroit location

Diamonds are Forever

In 2015, when Tom Brady opened Jim Brady’s, a vintage-style restaurant along Main Street south of downtown Royal Oak (formerly the Oxford Inn), he wanted to pay homage to his grandfather. The original Diamond Jim...