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.
Michigan's resilience remained a part of the story for the second quarter of 2020, according to the recently released Q2 Citizens Business Conditions Index.
Some of the best human resources practices were on display at the digital awards ceremony honoring Chicago's Best and Brightest for 2020.
Thirteen elite winners and dozens of others from the Atlanta area were honored for their human resource prowess as Atlanta's Best and Brightest for 2020.
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.
First-time unemployment claims were up more than 1.4 million last week, the second straight week of rising claims following 15 weeks of falling numbers.
After a historically bad second quarter, economists agree the next few months are going to be challenging for the U.S. economy.
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.
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.
Event Planners Creating More ‘Unhurried Happenings’ to Draw Shoppers, Tourists Back to Socially Distanced...
Event planners and tourism industry officials are finding new ways to host major experiences that allow folks to get out and visit, while social distancing at the same time.
With such a high premium on cleanliness and sanitization in the age of COVID, companies that provide cleaning services are getting new attention and high demand.
The idea of mail-in voting has seen its share of controversy, but a Grand Rapids firm believes it has developed a tracking system that would render the criticism moot.
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.
For the first time in weeks, the number of American workers filing first-time unemployment claims took a slight tick up.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is expected to reveal the contents of the Senate's latest coronavirus relief package today.
The news about the area's housing market proved to be better than anticipated, according to market experts.
Facing high demand for grants and the need to help small farms with COVID-19 risks, the MEDC announced $1.5 million in Small Farm Safety grants.
Experts say issues surrounding supply chains and customer-service problems, which have been prevalent silnce COVID-19 broke out, could haunt entrepreneurs into 2021.
Experts say the recently announced initial public offering of “Rocket Companies” creates a new combined business that's "call simple yet sophisticated."