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Fri04182014

Factoring the factors in Detroit’s mayoral race

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Like the battle of Armageddon, the campaigns of the various candidates seeking to be Detroit’s next mayor are lining up support, building political ammunition with zest and ready to duke it out in what is to become the most hotly contested mayoral race in decades.

It’s political show time in Detroit this summer as the battle for the next leadership

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BlackBerry and Alicia Keys? Cell Phone Updates

BlackBerry and Alicia Keys? Cell Phone Updates

BlackBerry is clearly trying to revamp its outdated style to compete in the cellular phone market. The once coveted Blackberry phone has seen its sales and desirability floundering amidst a post iPhone and Android market. The innovative QWERTY keyboard has been replaced by touch screens and wide screen phones that function more like tablets than

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Hotels’ dismal hiring of Blacks exposed in NAACP report

Hotels’ dismal hiring of Blacks exposed in NAACP report

The nation’s corporate hotel industry is woefully failing to hire African American managers and minority-owned companies in a fast-growing, overwhelmingly white trade, according to a new report released by the NAACP.

The NAACP’s Report Card graded the five largest hotels — Marriott, Wyndam, Hyatt, Starwood and Hilton — for ethni

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Detroit Lions to Upgrade Ford Field

Detroit Lions to Upgrade Ford Field

While the country prepares for Super Bowl XLVII down in NOLA, the Detroit Lions are preparing for next season. The Detroit Lions have announced that they will be upgrading the FieldTurf surface to the new FieldTurf Classic HD surface. Installation began to day and is slated to be completed by late February.

There are only six other teams to play

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Pay Cuts Ahead In Detroit With Or Without Milestones, Officials Warn

Pay Cuts Ahead In Detroit With Or Without Milestones, Officials Warn

DETROIT— At a special city council meeting to discuss finances Tuesday, city officials said Detroit workers could see unpaid furloughs even if council members approve all contacts involved in a milestone agreement between the City and the State.

The Michigan Department of Treasury is holding $30 million in escrow until the city

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