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8 minutes | 19 hours ago
Kelley Root on WJR: Rocket CEO Farner's $52 million payday | Fallout from hot real estate market | Oakland Hills shoots for U.S. Open | ER docs manage 'chaos'
9 minutes | 8 days ago
Michael Lee on WJR: StockX, OneStream score | Hospitals confront different wave | How the food economy has changed
Crain's Managing Editor Michael Lee discusses stories from the April 12 issue of Crain's with Guy Gordon on WJR 760 AM.
9 minutes | 15 days ago
Kelley Root on WJR: Office space post-COVID | Black-owned businesses and access to capital | Most influential women sought
7 minutes | 22 days ago
Michael Lee on WJR: Forum: Increased teacher turnover and its impact | Vaccine incentives | Amazon Fresh coming to metro Detroit?
17 minutes | 23 days ago
Q&A with MSU’s Katharine Strunk: Teacher retention starts with compensation, school leadership
Katharine Strunk, an education policy professor at Michigan State University, speaks with Crain's Senior Editor Chad Livengood about how low-performing schools in the Michigan Department of Education's Partnership Districts have struggled to turnaround because of high rates of teacher turnover — and what can be done to rectify the problem.
17 minutes | 24 days ago
Bosch's Charlie Ackerman on shifting from a workplace culture of 'presence' at the office to 'performance' working remotely
Before the pandemic, Bosch North America Senior Vice President of Human Resources Charlie Ackerman's team was busy building a ground-up apprenticeship program to grow talent within the industrial automation and automotive mobility tech supplier's ranks. For the past year, Ackerman's work has shifted toward a new reality: The majority of the company's 3,000 employees in Farmington Hills and Plymouth don't want to come back to the office five days a week after a year of working remotely during the coronavirus pandemic. That's caused Ackerman to devote his attention to a culture shift within Bosch where employee supervision is less about physically seeing them working and more about seeing results. Ackerman spoke with Crain's Senior Editor Chad Livengood for this interview.
7 minutes | a month ago
Kelley Root on WJR: Vaccine rollout revs up | New Black business group | Hot housing market
Crain's Detroit Business Executive Editor Kelley Root and WJR's Paul W. Smith discuss the top stories from this week's issue of Crain's.
7 minutes | a month ago
Michael Lee on WJR: How will communities spend $4.4B windfall? | Detroit's priciest condo | New app delivers Crain's news
8 minutes | a month ago
Kelley Root on WJR: COVID-19 one year later | UWM's Rocket attack | Deals surge for small and middle-market companies
9 minutes | 2 months ago
Michael Lee on WJR: Back to the office? | Texas power disaster: Lessons for Michigan | Carrying on legacy of Eric Means
Crain's Detroit Business Managing Editor Michael Lee talks with Guy Gordon on WJR about stories from the March 1 issue of Crain's.
8 minutes | 2 months ago
Kelley Root on WJR: Biggest Deals 2020 | Small Business Spotlight: Young entrepreneurs
Crain's Executive Editor Kelley Root talks with WJR's Paul W. Smith about the week's top stories.
20 minutes | 2 months ago
Crain's Forum: Access to care remains a big hurdle in Michigan's mental health system
Crain's Senior Editor Chad Livengood talks with Kevin Fischer, executive director of the Michigan chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, and NAMI board Vice President Emily Kieliszewski about issues about accessing care in Michigan's patchwork mental health system. Read more about mental health policy issues in this month's edition of Crain's Forum at crainsdetroit.com/crains-forum.
25 minutes | 2 months ago
Small Business Spotlight: Detroit Flower Co. owner learns to run her business on the fly
11 minutes | 2 months ago
Michael Lee on WJR: Auto show move has nonprofits regrouping | Online betting to launch | Mortgage company No. 3
Michael Lee talks with WJR's Guy Gordon about the stories in this week's issue of Crain's Detroit Business.
7 minutes | 2 months ago
Kelley Root on WJR: $1M+ homes sales soar in Oakland County | Family auto dealerships consolidating | Newsmakers webcasts
29 minutes | 2 months ago
Chad Livengood on WDET: If Michigan business leaders want political civility, they should show Mike Shirkey the door
Crain's Senior Editor Chad Livengood speaks with Stephen Henderson on WDET's "Detroit Today" about why Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey's unchecked use of misogynist and xenophobic language and peddling of debunkable conspiracy theories has quickly become a black eye for the Michigan business community's long-stated goal of making our politics more civil. Read Chad's column under the Voice section at crainsdetroit.com.
9 minutes | 2 months ago
Michael Lee on WJR: New private equity fund focuses on Michigan | Pivots that paid off | Art Van fund's spend-down goal
Michael Lee talks with Guy Gordon on WJR about this week's issue of Crain's Detroit Business.
10 minutes | 3 months ago
Michael Lee on WJR: A Gamestop moment | Indoor dining reopens | Suburban Collection in deal talks
Crain's Detroit Business Managing Editor Michael Lee chats with Paul W. Smith on WJR AM 760 about stories from this week's issue.
7 minutes | 3 months ago
Kelley Root on WJR: Newsmakers event | Detroit condo market | Few bankruptcy filings | SPAC-tacular deal
19 minutes | 3 months ago
The intern is now the president: Jon Kramer of OHM Advisors talks career advancement, talent pipeline shortage and metro Detroit infrastructure needs
Jon Kramer, president of OHM Advisors, a Livonia-based architecture, planning and engineering firm, talks with Crain's Senior Editor Chad Livengood about his career rise in the firm from intern to equity partner and president. He also discussed the firm's work on a $100 million rehabilitation of 8 Mile Road and the need for greater investment in underground and above ground infrastructure.
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