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Minority supplier council names new leader; former head to be honored at charity gala

Dustin Walsh – The Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council has hired Michelle Sourie Robinson as its new president and CEO. She will succeed Louis Green in the nonprofit’s top post, starting Jan. 5. Robinson comes to the Detroit-based MMSDC after more than 13 years at Home Depot Inc., most recently as its director of supplier […]

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Municipal Advisory Council of Michigan names Diebel executive director

Municipal Advisory Council of Michigan names Diebel executive director

Tom Henderson – Alfred Diebel has been named the new executive director, effective Jan. 1, of the Detroit-based Municipal Advisory Council of Michigan, the information and service organization for businesses involved in the municipal bond industry. Diebel, 60, replaces Jim Bickley, who is retiring. Most recently, Diebel was a member of the executive management team […]

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Assumed names filed in October 2014 in Bay County

The following is a list of assumed names filed in Bay County during the month of October 2014. Full News here – Oakland Business

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Developing Detroit: Packard Plant owner talks drones and senior housing; M-1 Rail names streetcar builder

A look at business and development news from around Metro Detroit Full News here – Detroit Business News

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Wayne County Executive-elect Warren Evans names transition team

Wayne County Executive-elect Warren Evans names transition team

Kirk Pinho – Warren Evans, after easily handing his Republican opponent a defeat in the Wayne County executive race Tuesday, has announced his incoming administration’s transition team. Evans named the following people to the transition team, members of which will be unpaid volunteers: Joseph Nardone, director of development for the Wayne County Airport Authority, will […]

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Crain’s week in news, Oct. 11-17: Jenkins resigns Detroit council seat to join THAW as CEO; Detroit names deputy mayor

Crain’s staff – Saunteel Jenkins resigned from the Detroit City Council on Friday to become CEO of Detroit-based nonprofit The Heat and Warmth Fund. Jenkins will officially step down from the council Nov. 7 and take the reins at THAW Nov. 10. She will replace Susan Sherer, who stepped down from THAW Sept. 1. Full […]

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Detroit attorney warns Oakley against releasing reservist names, cites ISIS threat

A letter sent to the president pro tem of the village of Oakley board and the village attorney by a Detroit attorney urges officials to wait until a new board is elected before releasing information about law enforcement officers in the village. Full News here – Detroit News

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A new age of giving: Grand Rapids philanthropy evolves from a generation whose names dot landscape

A new age of giving: Grand Rapids philanthropy evolves from a generation whose names dot landscape

Rod Kackley – The death this past July of Peter M. Wege was the latest passing among the first generation of Grand Rapids philanthropists whose influence traces its origins to the Alexander Calder sculpture that for many outside West Michigan was the symbol most vividly associated with the city. This past week, within walking distance […]

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Crain’s week in news, Aug. 23-29: Hong Kong firm acquires control of airbag maker; Henry Ford Health System names VP

Crain’s staff – Hong Kong private equity firm FountainVest Partners completed a deal to become the majority shareholder in Sterling Heights-based automotive airbag maker Key Safety Systems Inc. The deal could be worth as much as $ 800 million; existing owners New York hedge fund Crestview Partners LP and some KSS management will retain shares […]

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Week on the Web: Aug. 23-29: Hong Kong firm acquires control of airbag maker; Henry Ford Health System names VP

Crain’s staff – Hong Kong private equity firm FountainVest Partners completed a deal to become the majority shareholder in Sterling Heights-based automotive airbag maker Key Safety Systems Inc. The deal could be worth as much as $ 800 million; existing owners New York hedge fund Crestview Partners LP and some KSS management will retain shares […]

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Crain’s week in news, Aug. 9-15: Restaurants, bakery, music shop among Hatch finalists; Michigan Humane Society names CEO

Crain’s staff – Restaurants Cockadoodle and Gabriel Hall, bakery Sister Pie, and music shop Third Wave Music were named finalists in the Hatch Detroit business competition. The winning business pitch will receive a $ 50,000 grant from Comerica Bank and legal, marketing, accounting and IT support from Hatch Detroit. Round two of public voting has […]

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Mark Dantonio names newcomers in Michigan State two-deep rotation

Dantonio, speaking to WBBL in Grand Rapids during its Michigan State preview Tuesday morning, went into detail about newcomers who could see the field in 2014. Full News here – Ann Arbor mobile sports

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Developing Detroit: DEGC names new CEO; Send us your project pics

A look at development stories from around Metro Detroit Full News here – Detroit Business News

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Thrillist Names Detroit’s Motz’s Burgers Among Best in Nation

The folks at Thrillist have again compiled their annual list of the nation’s best burgers, and Southeast Michigan, it seems, is well represented. Ranking alongside joints in major cities such as New York and L.A., is Detroit’s own Motz’s Burgers, hailed specifically for its Double Cheeseburger Slider. Via Thrillist: There’s nothing remarkable about the façade […]

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Lake Michigan Credit Union names senior vice president of finance

Terry O’Rourke will report to Sandy Jelinski, LMCU’s Chief Executive Officer, according to a news release issued on Monday, July 7. Full News here – Oakland Business

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