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Michigan’s economic history is replete with successful businesses and prosperous workers. Yet we find ourselves in the tenth year of recession, having lost nearly a million jobs. How did this happen and what is our future? These issues will be explored and the kinds of policies that might bring about recovery will be outlined. Friday, May 21 9:30 a.m. - Noon General Session Opening General Session Welcoming Remarks, Andy List, MCUL Chairman David Adams, MCUL President/CEO With Guest Michael E. Fryzel, NCUA Board Member (Former Chairman) and Keynote Presentation: The Reinvention of General Motors Chuck Thomson, ...
July 2010 saw global markets rose sharply, ahead of the US corporate reporting season, confounding market analysts. European markets rallied on BP’s increasing optimism of resolving its Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Horizon oil spill issue and expectation that no major European banks would fail the “stress” tests. Over the other side of the Atlantic, US investors also came back into the market with a vengeance after returning from the US Independence Day holiday. The big factor underpinning the market ebullience was thought to be the two-months equities sell-off even as economic fundamentals ... Read More
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