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SUCCESS STORY: Majoring in Michigan entrepreneurship
Thursday, February 25, 2010 (2523 reads)


By The Center for Michigan - February 25, 2010

 

By Jo Mathis

 

Small businesses employ half of the private workforce and generate about 70 percent of the country's new jobs each year.



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Center launches Great Debates 2010 with 18 Partner Organizations
Wednesday, February 17, 2010 (1139 reads)


February 17, 2010/Center for Michigan

The 2010 statewide elections must be about the big picture issues of economic growth, education, and government reform. That's why the Center for Michigan and 18 other organizations representing literally millions of Michigan residents today announced a statewide series of political debates.


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Mission Critical - Turn Detroit into a Tech Center
Friday, February 12, 2010 (1234 reads)


February 11, 2010/Fortune

Crammed into a small Detroit office filled with pipe fittings, hydraulic tubing, and a device that looks like a gas pump combined with a supercomputer, Dave Shaw sums up how his life has changed.


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The Myth of Michigan Big Government III
Friday, February 12, 2010 (1049 reads)


February 11, 2010/Michigan Future

In preparing for a presentation to the Michigan Society of Association Executives I took a look at what has happened to state taxes and spending this decade. Boy is convention wisdom wrong!


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State of Michigan to Offer Comprehensive College and Career Planning Services On-Line to all Michigan Families
Wednesday, February 10, 2010 (1134 reads)


February 10, 2010/PRNewswire
 
The State of Michigan today announced a partnership with ConnectEDU to provide industry-leading solutions to support student participation and improve success rates of finding, pursuing and obtaining a higher education degree and career path.


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Center launches Great Debates 2010 with 18 Partner Organizations
Wednesday, February 10, 2010 (1024 reads)


February 17, 2010/Center for Michigan

The 2010 statewide elections must be about the big picture issues of economic growth, education, and government reform. That's why the Center for Michigan and 18 other organizations representing literally millions of Michigan residents today announced a statewide series of political debates.


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Q&A: Sean Mann on Saving Michigan
Wednesday, February 10, 2010 (2157 reads)


February 10, 2010/Time-The Detroit Blog

 

Who would want to save Michigan? Plenty of people, it turns out.

 

One of them is 29-year-old Sean Mann, founder of “Let's Save Michigan,” a web site, blog and much more.



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MSU, UM, Wayne State Presidents Open URC Office In Lansing
Monday, February 08, 2010 (1210 reads)


February 5, 2010/Great Lakes I.T. Report

The presidents of Michigan State University, the University of Michigan vand Wayne State University gathered Friday to open the new office of their University Research Corridor in downtown Lansing.


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Saginaw Valley State University student wins entrepreneur award, sets sights higher
Monday, February 01, 2010 (3437 reads)


February 02, 2010/The Saginaw News

Saginaw Valley State University marketing student Ken Lange traveled to Ann Arbor last week for the Annual Collaboration for Entrepreneurship with his classmates. He returned with a renewed optimism for the docking business he started with his dad a couple of years ago.


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To Gain Jobs, Michigan Must Get Smart, Not Try the Same Old Strategies Again
Monday, February 01, 2010 (2147 reads)


February 1, 2010/The Grand Rapids Press

Please, dear citizens, disabuse yourselves of the notion that reforming state government and reinvigorating manufacturing by themselves will restore Michigan's fortunes.



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