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  • Dissension at Art Center College of Design

    Dissension at Art Center College of Design
    Concerned that Art Center College of Design is putting too much money and energy into expanding its campus and promoting itself to outsiders -- and not enough into scholarships and instruction -- hundreds of students and alumni of the elite private...
  • Art Center won't renew contract of president

    Art Center won't renew contract of president
    After an intense grass-roots protest movement by students and alumni of Art Center College of Design, trustees of the elite Pasadena institution have decided not to renew Richard Koshalek's contract as president when it expires at the end of 2009. The...
  • Johnson Controls to Close 10 Plants

    MILWAUKEE (AP) - Johnson Controls says it will cut jobs and close 10 plants as part of a restructuring effort that will cost between $200 million and $215 million. Johnson Controls has several plants in West Michigan, mostly in the Holland area. The...
  • MEGA Grants Come to West Michigan Companies

    Governor Granholm announces the latest round of Michigan Economic Growth Authority Grants to help diversify the state's economy. Among West Michigan companies to benefit, Johnson Controls, Polycem and Continental Dairy. These companies will receive...
  • Tax Break Bringing Jobs to West Michigan

    LANSING - Four companies set to get millions in tax credits, for their promise to invest almost two billion dollars in advanced car battery technology and hire thousands. The governor sees this as a first step to developing a new industry in the state....
  • Michigan Unemployment Jumps to 12.6%

    LANSING - Unemployment jumped again for the ninth month in a row in Michigan. The state continues to lead the nation in the jobless category, rising to 12.6 percent in March, up from 12 percent in February. That is a full five percentage points higher...
  • Time to Put a Stop to Red Light Cameras

    Congratulations to State Representatives Cedric Richmond (D-New Orleans) and Jeff Arnold (D-New Orleans) for sponsoring House Bill 480, which, if enacted, will prevent cities and parishes from using cameras to issue tickets for red light and speeding...
  • How to Get the U.S. Ready for EV Batteries

     
    As lithium-ion batteries increasingly look like the future of cars, getting use in hybrids, plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles, the question is, how do we make them here? The problem is that most of the materials for these batteries come......
  • U.S. EV Battery Production Planned

     
    One of the big problems that's rarely discussed in the tizzy around hybrid electric and plug-in electric vehicles becoming massively adopted is the availability of the batteries that power them. Today, there are no U.S. plants that can build large......
  • Michigan Reaps $1.36 Billion in Grants for Advanced Battery Tech

     
    The state of Michigan will be the greatest beneficiary of a $2.4 billion federal grant program to develop advanced battery technology for plug-in and electric vehicles. Vice President Joe Biden and Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm announced that $1.36...
  • Nagin: Past corruption no bar to city contracts

    New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin says he doesn't see any problem giving city contracts to companies connected to people who have pleaded guilty to corruption charges. "I would say, hopefully, they've learned their lesson and we're smart enough to not let them...