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Detroit Recovery Hit By Credit Agency

The much-publicized recovery of the economy of the City of Detroit is barely a recovery at all. What was once the world’s auto capital continues to lose population and its tax base. In some ways, Detroit is worse off than it was a decade ago according to one highly regarded credit rating firm. Moody’s Investor Services recently released a report ...

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Nonprofit Detroit Blockchain Center Launches With Education, Advocacy, Development Mission

Four metro Detroit tech and blockchain companies have formed the Detroit Blockchain Center, a nonprofit advocacy group and incubator. EOS Detroit, a community network infrastructure company, and KAZZALOGY, a web development company, will help launch and guide the group as its founding members. What Happened The group is modeled on numerous global blockchain initiatives and took inspirati… Blockchain Search Results

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Nonprofit Detroit Blockchain Center Launches With Education, Advocacy, Development Mission

Four metro Detroit tech and blockchain companies have formed the Detroit Blockchain Center, a nonprofit advocacy group and incubator. EOS Detroit, a community network infrastructure company, and KAZZALOGY, a web development company, will help launch and guide the group as its founding members. What Happened The group is modeled on numerous global blockchain initiatives and took inspirati… Blockchain Search Results

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Detroit has the country’s most unequal housing market—and that could be a good thing

Inequality could be good for housing markets. A new analysis from LendingTree, an online loan marketplace, examined the nation’s 50 largest metropolitan areas to determine how equal—or unequal—their housing markets are. And as it turns out, the Midwest and Deep South are bastions of home price inequality. Detroit had the highest “GINI Coefficient” of all the housing markets studied. The ...

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Detroit, Still Dead, Struggles With Population, Poverty, Blighted Housing

Downtown Detroit, near what is called the GM Renaissance Center, has had a renaissance. Corporations and entrepreneurs have revived the area near the Detroit River. Much of the balance of the 139 square miles inside the city limits is blighted by poverty, a shrinking population, and thousands of houses which need to be demolished because they are falling apart. The ...

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Minister Champagne to lead a delegation of Canadian business women in international trade to Detroit

Ottawa – The Government of Canada is committed to advancing gender equality and creating more opportunities for women to participate in the economy and create growth that works for everyone. From June 20 to 21, the Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of International Trade, will lead the first delegation of Canadian business women to the Women’s Business Enterprise … Business News

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