Congress recently passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, known by most for providing those who qualified with an additional stimulus check worth $600.
A patient dies after hackers launch a ransomware attack against a hospital’s computers, delaying her treatment.
As we begin 2021, the importance of the working together — across all levels of government and community — has never been more clear if we are to speed an economic recovery that is more equitable and more resilient than it was before the pandemic.
Clearly economic development is just one component of state and regional economic policy and programming.
I don’t think I have to explain fear to anyone, because if we look around right now in our lives and our businesses there are lots of examples.
Economics is a beautiful discipline. In essence, it’s the study of balance — all markets naturally seek it, the point where supply equals demand and a stable equilibrium has been reached. On paper, it’s all very elegant.
I often hear from managers who say their salespeople are not producing and ask for advice on when to terminate their employment.
With the start of a new calendar year comes a rise in resolutions to improve our lives. Many of us make New Year’s resolutions that are very personal.
Last year was filled with unprecedented actions and unknowns.
Austin Texas voters just voted to raise property taxes to pay for the operations and maintenance of Project Connect, a high-capacity, $7.1-billion transit system expansion.
Despite the challenges of COVID-19, USDA Rural Development had a phenomenal year in Michigan during 2020.
The year 2020 brought us a pandemic, deepened political divides and highlighted long-existing inequalities.
“This year is going to be different” is a statement that comes to mind for many of us as we begin the start of a new year.
I spend a lot of time with leaders and leadership teams as an EOS Implementer.
Nearly a year since the pandemic began, companies throughout Michigan and beyond have evolved to become more virtual.
Long before the first COVID-19 vaccine made its big debut, questions flew about whether employers could require workers to get one as a condition of employment.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced seismic shifts in our daily lives. It has brutalized our economy and left many jobless. It has claimed too many of our loved ones and created many uncertainties in our lives personally and professionally.
The recent news regarding the major cybersecurity breach impacting federal agencies and Fortune 500 companies is alarming.
The market for transitioning ownership of HVAC companies has long been active, and 2020 was no exception.
Lake Michigan flooding and erosion caused tremendous property damage and severe financial loss to owners in 2020.