Andy Appleby’s baseball venture a culmination of 31-year career.
About Sue Voyles
During her 25 year career, Susan Voyles has acted in many components as writer, editor, communications professional and entrepreneur in a diverse field of the business community. She has a masters degree in journalism from Michigan State and other various degrees, as well as numerous honors and awards.
Entries by Sue Voyles
At 142 square miles and more than 300 years of history, learning everything you can about the city of Detroit is a sizable challenge. How do you create a travel guide for a place so diverse and culturally relevant? That was the challenge of writing “Secret Detroit: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful and Obscure.” […]
Joseph Galvan embraces second stint with HUD’s Midwest Region
“…When there was relentless negative coverage about business, we celebrated companies that were achieving success. We celebrated the thought leaders and executives who were driving change and success in Michigan, and in 2018 we are taking Corp! to the next level.”
Hankook Tire celebrated the grand opening of its first manufacturing facility in the U.S. last week, demonstrating its commitment to technology, innovation and growth in North America.
It always happens doesn’t it? You run out of printer ink just as you’re in the middle of printing that important report at home for the Monday morning meeting with the boss. Thanks to Epson, that isn’t likely to happen – at least not for years. In February, Epson America, Inc. announced the launch of […]
Business and government leaders from around the world gathered near the end of March for this year’s India Business Conference .
John Ryder Guides Collection of 700-plus Veteran Experiences
If you’ve read about cars for any length of time, chances are you’ve read an article in a magazine or newspaper penned by Julie Candler. In Corp! magazine and other publications in the Detroit area and nationally, her stories covered the many facets of the auto industry. Candler was the first woman to write an auto column for a major woman’s magazine; her “Woman at the Wheel” column ran for 18 years in Woman’s Day.
The Positive Business Conference at University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business featured C-level executives from diverse businesses sharing their inspirational experiences in leadership and vision.
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