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Craig A. Andrews

With a handful of revolutionary products, including a translucent spray called Pureti that breaks down organic materials like grime, bio-film, greenhouse gases, and volatile organic compounds on interior and exterior surfaces, Craig A. Andrews is anticipating revenue growth.

Jim Kenner

Jim Kenner took a business he started in his parents’ rec room in the 1970s and built it into one of the dominant companies in the outdoor recreation industry.

Sean P. Moran

When Sean P. Moran and a group of friends learned that many of the nearly 400 heads owned by The Parade Co. in Detroit were in disrepair and couldn’t be used for the annual Thanksgiving Day Parade, they developed a program called the Big Head Corps to raise funds for restoration.

Rainy Hamilton

Part of the design team for the MGM Grand Detroit, Rainy Hamilton (left), president of Hamilton Anderson Associates in Detroit, was invited to bid on an $11-billion entertainment complex to be called CityCenter that MGM Mirage is developing on the Las Vegas strip, between the Bellagio and Monte Carlo casinos.

Chris Coleman-Smith

As retailers at the Somerset Collection in Troy prepare for the holiday season, one buying trend is evident.

Christian Thompson & Bob Skandalaris

Christian Thompson has trained myriad athletes, from high-school students to senior citizens, since 1990, but he recently found his niche helping business execs improve their health, while helping alleviate injuries from golf, swimming, and tennis.

Milt Wilcox

After helping lead the Detroit Tigers to their most recent World Series championship in 1984, former pitcher Milt Wilcox finished his 16-year Major League Baseball career two years later and began working in various manufacturing sales positions.

Ken Gehlert

Much like the wine business, the coffee industry still lends itself to Old World charm.

I Am Detroit

Celebrities and local Detroiters give candid testimonials about what their home city, Detroit, means to them.

Dave Dombrowski

Taking time out from running the $138.7-million payroll of the Detroit Tigers, Dave Dombrowski sought inspiration from the team’s power hitters of yesteryear.