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WWJ's Greg Bowman - Whats best for your child when choosing a school
WWJ's Murray Feldman - Sharing your online account info & divorce
Michigan Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin will spend part of her day attending a Martin Luther King Day celebration in Lansing. The 8th District Democrat talked live with WWJ's Tom Jordan about King and the government shutdown.
WWJ's Murray Feldman - 2 words that could be going out of style.
WWJ's Murray Feldman - New vehicles at the auto show
Please click on this week’s “Small Talk with Mark S. Lee” podcast link as we discuss 2019 technology solutions for your business and home, hear from someone who's gone clean and how she's done it, and to entrepreneurs making a difference in their communities. “Small Talk” can heard Sundays, 8-9am ET, viaradio.comand on WXYT 1270.…
WWJ's Brooke Allen had a one-on-one interview with Governor Gretchen Whitmer as she arrived at the Charity Preview for the North American International Auto Show.
Among the booths set up at the North American International Auto Show: AAA. WWJ's Brooke Allen spoke live with Randy Williams, AAA Field Vice President, Michigan Operations at the Charity Preview.
It takes a lot to set up and tear down the North American Internation Auto Show in Detroit. WWJ's Greg Bowman spoke live with Steve Talbot, the President of Talbot Electrical & NECA Board Member and Kim L’Heureux, President of IBEW Local 58.
WWJ's Murray Feldman - How much food do you buy every week that you don't eat?
WWJ's Murray Feldman - Your guide from the auto show to the dealership
MSU's Board of Trustees appointed Satish Udpa the univerity's new interim president, just hours after John Engler submitted his resignation. Trustee Brian Mosallam spoke with WWJ's Ron Dewey.
Michigan State University Board of Trustees chairwoman Dianne Byrum says new interim president Satish Udpa is not a candidate for permanent President's job. Listen to what Byrum told WWJ's Tom Jordan and Roberta Jasina.
WWJ's Murray Feldman - Do you want to own something or just pay to use it?
WWJ's Murray Feldman - Helping your child grow up to be an executive
WWJ's Jeff Gilbert - A different feel for this years auto show
WWJ's Murray Feldman - The most successful companies are those that want to hear dirt on themselves.
WWJ's John McElroy - Tesla to do differently in China
WWJ's Murray Feldman - Car companies use the auto show to find out what the public wants.
WWJ's Murray Feldman - If your child comes to you asking for money - what do you say?
WWJ's Jeff Gilbert - Most powerful street legal Ford ever
WWJ's Greg Bowman - How do we make Michigan a top 10 state for eduction
GM cuts, a new task force targeting opioids, new audio tapes allegedly of the mayor talking about sex, and a new downtown. Just a few of the topics Warren Mayor Jim Fouts talked with WWJ's Greg Bowman and Brooke Allen about on this week's Mayor Monday.
From the North American International Auto Show Press Preview - Executive director of the Detroit Auto Dealers Association joined Tom and Roberta to talk about whats going on with this years auto show.
The sedan is dead. Ford announcing last year that it's shifting its focus to utility vehicles -- which reportedly sell better these days. Executive Vice President of Product Development Hau Thai-Tang spoke live on WWJ at the Auto Show about the refreshed Ford Explorer coming this year:
You do everything else online -- why not buy a new car too? Deliver My Ride is a startup website where you can search the inventories of car dealerships from all over the area to find the vehicle that's right for you -- and have it delivered to your font door! CEO Mike McInerney spoke live on WWJ at the Auto Show at Cobo Center:…
With the government shutdown in its fourth week with no end in sight, many federal workers and contractors, who are used to working paycheck to paycheck, are now trying just to get by. Congresswoman Debbie Dingell spoke live on WWJ this morning from the Auto Show at Cobo Center:
WWJ's Murray Feldman - Companies involved in technology
Please click on this week’s “Small Talk with Mark S. Lee” podcast link as we talk about taking some stress out of your life so you can focus on your business and well-being, the importance of networking and to entrepreneurs making a difference. Small Talk” can heard Sundays, 8-9am ET, via radio.com and on WXYT 1270.…
WWJ autobeat reporter Jeff Gilbert hosts a WWJ News Special. Carmakers are re-inventing themselves as technology companies, and those businesses are at the CES technology show in Las Vegas. Next week's auto show here in Detroit will also focus on change.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer and Lieutenant Governor Garlin Gilchrist hosted their first community “Whitmer Winter Warm-up” at the Parade Company in Detroit today. There is another event from 2p-4p at the Flint Farmer's Market this afternoon. Listen to what she told WWJ's Mike Campbell about the events, fixing the roads and bringing back film ince ...…
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