More than 381,000 people at 11,000 Michigan firms are working in high-tech, highly productive advanced manufacturing jobs – nearly two-thirds of the state’s manufacturing base, according to a new University Research Corridor study. The report, prepared by East Lansing-based Anderson Economic Group (AEG), shows Michigan’s particular strengths in research-related advanced manufacturing: a third of the research and testing jobs in the Midwest are in Michigan and more than half of the state’s advanced manufacturers are seeing productivity gains exceeding the U.S. average while employing 10% of the state’s workforce.
DETROIT, Mich.—Business Leaders for Michigan (BLM), the state’s business roundtable, released a major report on the state’s economic performance Monday, highlighting the impact of key policy and...Read More
From Crain’s Detroit – In the last couple of years, many economists have suggested that the U.S. economy could enter a recession in 2020 or 2021. Trade wars, ballooning corporate and perso...Read More
That’s a wrap for another fantastic CEO Summit. Our event on Nov. 5 was aimed at figuring out what’s headed our way next: a recession? Further economic growth with new hires and business expansion...Read More