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Good Morning Livingston kicks off Sept. 9

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The popular breakfast series of the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce kicks off at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9, at Crystal Gardens with the always informative and entertaining “What’s New in Livingston County.” Speakers for the event include Howell City Manager Shea Charles, Genoa Township Supervisor Gary McCririe, and Livingston County…

Entrepreneurs share the secrets to their success

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The May 13 Good Morning Livingston “Adventures in Entrepreneurship” program brought together three local business owners to talk about turning ideas or economic challenges into successful business ventures. Speakers were Karen Wing of Heart of Michigan, a successful retailer in downtown Howell; Mitch Lipon of Ignite XDS, a high-tech marketing…

‘Adventures in Entrepreneurship’ set for May Good Morning Livingston

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The May 13 Good Morning Livingston program, “Adventures in Entrepreneurship,” features three local business owners who will talk about  taking an idea and turning it into a successful business venture. They’ll share stories about their successes, their mistakes, and the highs and lows of their entrepreneurial journeys. Speakers are Karen…

Lively program on Michigan’s future on tap for March 11 Good Morning Livingston

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The Mackinac Center for Public Policy’s “Capitol Confidential,” and The Center for Michigan’s “Bridge Magazine” dig deep journalistically on public policy issues of great importance to Michigan residents. The two organizations have different perspectives, and while they agree to disagree on a host of issues, they also find common ground…

Auto industry must prepare for exodus of boomers

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The U.S. automotive and manufacturing industries are rapidly moving toward a team-focused industry of highly educated workers. “We are at the edge of a revolution,” said Dr. David E. Cole, chairman emeritus of the Center for Automotive Research (CAR) in Ann Arbor, and chairman of Auto Harvest, a new organization…