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18 02, 2020

Expanding a Great Business Concept?

2020-02-18T15:48:17-05:00

“You gotta know the territory.” By Michael Layne, President Marx Layne & Co. Entrepreneurs who infuse compelling business ideas with outstanding execution can be tremendous contributors to our economy and way of life, especially as they expand their business model to new locations. However, there are unique challenges when deciding to roll out a [...]

Expanding a Great Business Concept?2020-02-18T15:48:17-05:00
17 02, 2020

Are You Prepared For a Crisis?

2020-02-17T14:25:44-05:00

Hospitality Industry: Vulnerable to Crisis & Damage to Brand Reputation Food-borne illness. Product recall. Boycotts, strikes and layoffs. Alleged discrimination. If any of these critical issues involved your business, are you equipped to take the necessary steps to protect your brand? At some point, all restaurants and hotels are faced with adversity—from a minor [...]

Are You Prepared For a Crisis?2020-02-17T14:25:44-05:00
30 01, 2020

Holocaust Memorial Center: Auschwitz remembered in Farmington Hills

2020-01-30T16:17:34-05:00

'This kind of dehumanization must never occur again,’ Guy Stern said  FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. – This week, 75 years ago, Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland was liberated. On Monday the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills marked the day with a somber message. The memorial center wanted to ensure the horrors of what happened [...]

Holocaust Memorial Center: Auschwitz remembered in Farmington Hills2020-01-30T16:17:34-05:00
30 01, 2020

The Fight for Brand Equity in the Wake of a Discrimination Suit

2020-01-30T15:18:57-05:00

What a business owner does – or does not do – during and after a crisis is paramount and decisive in terms of survival. A discrimination suit of any kind – gender, sexual, racial, sexual orientation, ethnicity, age, etc. – is one of the many vulnerabilities a business entity may encounter and one that [...]

The Fight for Brand Equity in the Wake of a Discrimination Suit2020-01-30T15:18:57-05:00
28 01, 2020

75 years after Auschwitz liberation, survivors revisit ‘sheer hell’ in concentration camps

2020-01-30T16:53:36-05:00

"WHEN I SPEAK ABOUT IT, I CAN SEE IT. EVERY WORD I SAY, I LIVE IT. YOU CANNOT IMAGINE HOW HARD IT IS TO SPEAK ABOUT IT." Shelby Tankersley, Hometownlife.com Published 10:17 a.m. ET Jan. 28, 2020 | Updated 1:58 p.m. ET Jan. 28, 2020 Paula Marks-Bolton stood naked in Auschwitz when she was maybe [...]

75 years after Auschwitz liberation, survivors revisit ‘sheer hell’ in concentration camps2020-01-30T16:53:36-05:00
26 01, 2020

New Exhibit on the Capture of Adolf Eichmann Opens at Holocaust Memorial Center

2020-01-30T16:24:18-05:00

Adolf Eichmann was one of most notorious war criminals in history and lived in Argentina for decades before a determined group of spies helped bring him to justice. Exhibit Designer Patrick Gallagher stopped by the Fox2 News studios Sunday to talk about "Operation Finale: The Capture & Trial of Adolf Eichmann" at the Holocaust [...]

New Exhibit on the Capture of Adolf Eichmann Opens at Holocaust Memorial Center2020-01-30T16:24:18-05:00
21 01, 2020

DRLA: Short-term rentals threaten safety and fairness

2020-01-22T20:29:53-05:00

Commentary: Wild West-like growth of short-term rentals threatens public safety, business fairness Scott Lowell is chair of the Detroit Restaurant & Lodging Association. Hotels across America are subject to a number of longstanding local, state and federal standards, regulations and taxes — with good reason. These provisions help ensure guest safety and [...]

DRLA: Short-term rentals threaten safety and fairness2020-01-22T20:29:53-05:00
20 01, 2020

Kevin’s Song: Tackling rising youth suicides: ‘You need a plan’

2020-01-20T19:18:42-05:00

Michigan schools urged to tackle rising youth suicides: ‘You need a plan’ When a young person is lost to suicide, the search for answers often leads to a question: What is being done in K-12 schools to address the problem? In Michigan, where suicide prevention education for students and training for teachers is not mandatory, the answer is little to nothing. [...]

Kevin’s Song: Tackling rising youth suicides: ‘You need a plan’2020-01-20T19:18:42-05:00