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The Detroiter is a quarterly magazine published by the Detroit Regional Chamber.
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About the Detroiter MagazineThe Detroiter magazine pushes the boundaries when it comes to business news. It delivers timely content that raises thought provoking questions in order to advance business and the Detroit region to attain a healthy, competitive, and sustainable future.

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Articles from Past Editions

  • Ready to Capitalize on Voter Frustration

    Can GOP stay out of their own way? By John Sellek “No one’s going to sit there as a Democratic consultant and try to bullshit you that this is anything but a really sour environment for Democrats.” Those stunning words …

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  • Will the Chaos Ever End?

    Traditional Party Voices Receding Amid Political Shake-Up The last five years have realigned the political parties in significant ways. Today’s GOP is more tuned into the working class, entrepreneurs, small business, and patriotic populists. Democrats are reflective of the societal …

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  • Not a Time to Rest

    Business Looking To Restore Michigan’s Economic Leadership By John Gallagher Having weathered the two-year pandemic, Michigan’s business and policy leaders are looking to the task ahead: Enhancing Michigan’s position of economic leadership in a newly competitive world. Among those are …

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  • Michigan’s Journey to Consistent Greatness Building a Championship Economy

    By Quentin L. Messer Jr. From a global pandemic that Michigan’s manufacturing prowess helped mitigate and a heightened awareness of the remaining work required to ensure economic inclusivity, to the acceleration of an electrifying shift in mobility and the supply …

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  • Driving Personal Connections

    The Impact of Empathy and Social Change on the CEO Role By Karen Dybis Like many people, Garrick J. Rochow listens to leadership podcasts and sometimes hears a glimmer of truth that gives him pause. One that stuck with him …

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  • Long On America

    Harold Ford Jr. Optimistic on Democracy Despite Country’s Polarization By James Martinez During his decade in Congress, Harold Ford Jr. earned a reputation for working across the political aisle to find common ground. He served as a member of the …

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  • Citizenship’s Ultimate Stress Test

    By James Martinez For presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jon Meacham, this country is at its most perilous times since the first shots of the Civil War. The pandemic, social injustice, and Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol have …

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  • Kitchen-Table Priorities

    Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Eyeing a Second Term It has been over five years since then-candidate Gretchen Whitmer filed to run to succeed then-Governor Rick Snyder in January 2017. After a successful 22-month campaign that largely revolved around the mantra “fix …

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  • Trailblazers In Residence

    BasBlue Offers Social Space for Women to Collaborate and Thrive By James Martinez When Nancy Tellem came to Detroit from Los Angeles seven years ago, she was impressed by the extraordinary women in the region. From chief executive officers to …

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  • Mission Critical

    Pandemic Highlights Need to Increase Gender Diversity By James Martinez As many as 1 in 4 corporate women say they are considering downshifting their careers or leaving the workforce altogether in surveys by Deloitte and McKinsey. In Michigan, roughly 136,000 …

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  • Improving Economic Mobility

    The Ballmer Group and the Push for Systemic Change By Trevor W. Coleman Concentrated poverty in Detroit and its surrounding counties is at 32%, the highest rate among the top 25 metro areas in the U.S. by population. Creating a …

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  • ‘Lights Out’

    Ted Koppel’s 2015 cybersecurity warning carries on in ELECTRIC VEHICLE era By James Martinez With his journalist’s ear, legendary anchor Ted Koppel took note of the warnings from top government officials, including President Obama in his 2015 State of the …

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  • Of Like Mind & Mission

    By Karen Dybis “He shared his goals and his vision for how he wanted to build Henry Ford Health into a national and world-class hospital. He had a big vision (and) it was at that breakfast where I knew we …

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  • Restoring Basic American Norms: If Not Business, Then Who?

    FROM THE PRESIDENT: Sandy K. Baruah, President and Chief Executive Officer, Detroit Regional Chamber Of the many changes in society that have occurred in the last two years, the role businesses and business leaders now play in addressing public policy …

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  • Smart Cars Need Smart Roads

    By Paul Eisenstein  The nation’s first smart vehicle corridor is set to link downtown Detroit and Ann Arbor. A joint effort pairing the State of Michigan, Ford, Google parent Alphabet, Cavnue and AECOM, it will create dedicated lanes for the …

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  • Pushing the Envelope

    Mdot and Its Work to Rebuild and Reinvent Michigan’s Roadways By James Martinez  In February, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced that Electreon was selected to build a public wireless in-road charging system on a one mile of road in Detroit within …

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  • Out of Sight, Top of Mind

    Leaders Pushing to Create More Resilient Underground Infrastructure By Karen Dybis  When it comes to Michigan’s aging underground infrastructure, state leaders such Macomb County Public Works Commissioner Candice Miller knows there’s a temptation to ignore the problem.   But she also …

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  • Less Accidents, More Lanes

    Autonomous Vehicles Likely to Improve Efficiency of Existing Infrastructure By James Martinez  The way University of Detroit Mercy civil, architectural and environmental engineering professor Utpal Dutta Ph.D., P.E., sees it – autonomous vehicles dominating the roadways one day will expand …

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