Save Businesses and Families with a Plan for Workplace Depression
Despite longtime efforts to raise awareness about depression, the disease still carries a social stigma. In the workplace, depression costs businesses billions of dollars yearly in lost productivity.
A Toast to the Roast: Becharas Brothers Coffee marks 100 years of nurturing java taste and customer service
Becharas Brothers Coffee Co., a third-generation passion that once supplied the brew to the U.S. military, blends tradition, modern manufacturing methods and a steadfast adherence to doing what's right for the customer to generate healthy returns a century after it was founded.
Micro-Distilleries Surge as Consumers Refine Tastes
The nation's craft distilling industry is growing rapidly with California, Oregon and Washington state leading the way. Non-profit organizations such as the Michigan Craft Distillers Association are helping to bring a voice for the industry on legislative issues that affect the overall beverage industry.
Roll the Credits: New Book Tells Story of Iconic Ford-Wyoming Drive-In
Dearborn's Ford Drive-In Theatre is known nationwide as a top venue for outdoor movie viewing. A new book by Corp! magazine's digital editor looks at the history of the iconic site.
Bing Goei Builds a Welcoming Culture
Changing the perspective of immigration and immigrants is central to Bing Goei, Michigan's first director of the newly created Office for New Americans.
Inspiring Innovation: How The Henry Ford history institution has learned that innovation can be taught
The Henry Ford is built on innovation. Now they are teaching it. Patricia Mooradian leads the Dearborn institution in getting the message out that innovation is a key component of America’s DNA.