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Senate Economic and Small Business Development Chair Ken Horn(R-Frankenmuth) called Ford Motor Co.’s decision to build new plants in Kentucky and Tennessee a “gut punch to the state of Michigan.” […]
(MACKINAC ISLAND) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Tuesday afternoon announced a $2.1 billion economic agenda she is dubbing MI New Economy that’s aimed at growing the state’s middle class, supporting small businesses […]
With only a 10% excise tax on the sale of recreational marijuana, state officials are expecting a fairly substantial windfall in the next two years as the market, literally, lights up to the tune of …
Maximizing profitability is the primary objective of all business owners.
American Society of Employers’ (ASE’s) Quarterly Economic & Employment Survey results for second quarter 2018 see a decrease in the business outlook for manufacturing.
The latest Michigan Future Business Index (MFBI) data show that more than eight-in-ten small to mid-sized business owners in the state are satisfied with the economy.
As unemployment has steadily ticked down for the last several years, economists watched and waited for wage growth to start.