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How to Keep People Like NSA hacker Chief Out of Your Systems

Bottom Line IT
February 11, 2016 2:00 PM

Rob Joyce, the nation’s hacker-in-chief, took up the ironic task of telling a roomful of computer security professionals and academics how to keep people like him and his elite corps out of their systems.

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Influence the Influencers and Decision Makers in Michigan!

Leadership Low Down
February 11, 2016 2:00 PM

Stephanie Johnson influences the influencers, the decision makers in Michigan. She understands that nothing of significance occurs outside of relationships. Stephanie Johnson is a lobbyist, with KRKM in Lansing Michigan, one of the state capitol's most influential Public Relations and Lobbying firms.

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Restaurant Owners Share the Leadership Tips that Helped Them Succeed

Leadership Low Down
February 11, 2016 1:04 PM

Dr. Phil speaks with Al Hooper, Aaron Matthews, and Sam Short, owners of Zoobies Old Town Tavern, in Lansing, MI. Each tells us about their backgrounds and what lead them to where they are today. They have recently been featured in this great business article, click here for the article.

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Something to Think About - "Out of Sight, Out of Mind?"

Week in Review
February 10, 2016 9:00 PM

The topic in Something to Think About is "Out of Sight, Out of Mind." We have now had a series of Republican and Democrat debates. One topic that seems to have been overlooked is the federal deficit and resulting debt. Rather, we have seen a variety of new program proposals from the candidates that will have a dramatic effect on both. Why has the topic been ignored? Is it because it is easier to campaign on increasing benefits or spending more money than it is to promise fiscal restraint, eliminating government waste and ineffective programs, or by chance, launching entitlement reforms?

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A Look Ahead - Laboratory Developed Hamburgers and Sausages and More!

Week in Review
February 10, 2016 7:56 PM

Several startups are racing to be the first to fill US consumers’ plates with laboratory developed hamburgers and sausages that taste just as good as the kind from cattle and pigs.

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Michigan News - Record-Breaking Year for Venture Capital and More!

Week in Review
February 10, 2016 6:30 PM

It was a record-breaking year for venture capital in Michigan in 2015, with 2016 starting up where last year left off.

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A Look Around the Nation and the World - Airline Reliability and More!

Week in Review
February 10, 2016 4:00 PM

Yellow Cab Cooperative, San Francisco’s largest taxi company filed for bankruptcy, the latest in a string of traditional taxi companies to turn to Chapter 11 amid the rapid rise of ride hailing rivals like Uber and Lyft.

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Reports and Announcements - U.S. Economy Sputtered at the end of 2015

Week in Review
February 10, 2016 3:00 PM

The U.S. economy sputtered in the final months of 2015, a possible sign of flagging momentum amid global weakness and turmoil in financial markets.

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Wall Street Wrapup - Stocks Down, Oil Prices Down and More!

Week in Review
February 10, 2016 1:30 PM

Though the rate of U.S. jobs growth in January had a silver lining in the form of strong hourly wage growth and a drop in the unemployment rate to 4.9%, the weak headline number dealt a blow to growth-oriented plays like information technology and consumer-oriented shares. The Dow plunged 212 to 16,205, the S&P tumbled 35 to 1,880 and the Nasdaq was particularly hard hit losing 146 to 4,363.

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Seven Skills to Master to Become More Influential & News on where to get a beer Certificate in Michigan

Business Next
February 10, 2016 1:00 PM

Michael Rogers, vice president communications for the Small Business Association of Michigan, interviews nationally known small business advocate, Chris Holman, about seven skills to master to become more influential, and news of a beer certification program at a Michigan community college.

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