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Trump Signs Executive Orders on Unemployment, Student Loans, Evictions, Payroll Tax

President Donald Trump signed four executive orders Saturday aimed at unemployment relief, a payroll tax break, student loans and protecting Americans from eviction.

Tourism, Hospitality Businesses See Customers Shift Their Spending to Other Locations As a Result...

Travel-business operators, industry experts and economists generally agree that consumers will seek wide-open spaces rather than big cities for their next vacation.

Order Mandates Masks at Camps, Child Care Centers

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Thursday signed an executive order making face coverings mandatory indoors at child care centers and day camps.

Whitmer Calls Racism a Public Health Crisis, Creates Black Leadership Advisory Council

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed directives Wednesday recognizing racism as a public health crisis and setting up the state's first Black Leadership Advisory Council.

Hackett Retiring from Ford Motor Co., Farley Succeeds Him as President, CEO

Jim Hackett is retiring from his position as Ford Motor Company president/CEO, and will be replaced in what company officials are calling a "seamless" transition by Jim Farley.

Economists: ‘Prepare for a Worsening 2020’ Until a Vaccine is Ready

After a historically bad second quarter, economists agree the next few months are going to be challenging for the U.S. economy.

Casinos to Reopen, Northern Bars Closed to Indoor Service

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is expected to sign an executive order today that allows Detroit casinos to reopen at 15% capacity and close indoor service in bars in Northern Michigan.

Michigan 3rd in PPP Loans As Application Deadline Looms

With an Aug. 8 application deadline looming, Michigan has seen the third-highest number of loans and dollars in the region from the federal Paycheck Protection Program.

Gardner-White Signs On to Sponsor America’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

With Art Van having withdrawn following its bankruptcy filing in March, Auburn Hills-based Gardner-White is the new sponsor of America's Thanksgiving Parade in Detroit.

Researchers: PPP Loans Saved Up to 3.2 Million Jobs

It ran into some issues in the beginning, but researchers from MIT say the federal Paycheck Protection Program saved as many as 3.2 million jobs.

Reports: Senate Stimulus Package Coming Today

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is expected to reveal the contents of the Senate's latest coronavirus relief package today.

U.S., Pfizer Reach Pact for COVID-19 Vaccine Doses

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced a deal with Pfizer for production and nationwide delivery of 100 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, following approval and manufacture of one.

Supply-Chain Struggles Put Retailers, Small Businesses in a Pinch to Keep the Shelves Stocked

Experts say issues surrounding supply chains and customer-service problems, which have been prevalent silnce COVID-19 broke out, could haunt entrepreneurs into 2021.

New Executive Order Tightens Mask Requirements

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Friday issued an executive order strengthening and clarifying her requirement for face coverings across the state.

Retailers Shutter More Doors as Malls Brace for Further Blows

A spate of American retailers have announced closings or even filed for bankruptcy, and shopping malls could feel the biggest impact.

10 Minutes With: Governor Talks COVID-19 Response

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer sat down with Corp! Magazine to talk about executive orders, wearing masks and the state's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Whitmer Extends State of Emergency Through Aug. 11

With COVID-19 cases rising in every region in the state, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Tuesday signed an executive order extending the state of emergency in Michigan through Aug. 11.

Michigan’s Mask Mandate Results in Retailer Concerns, Conflicts in Executive Order’s First Days

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's executive order making the wearing of masks mandatory in public indoor spaces and crowded outdoor venues was greeted largely with acceptance -- with a bit of violence mixed in -- after going into effect Monday.

Ambassador Bridge Owner ‘Matty’ Moroun dies at 93

Controversial Ambassador Bridge owner Manuel "Matty" Moroun has died at the age of 93.

Unemployment Claims Drop for 14th Straight Week

First-time unemployment claims fell to 1.3 million around the country last week, the 14th consecutive week that number has fallen.
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