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Is Your College Student Properly Insured?

November 13th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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It is a hectic and bittersweet time as your children head off to college. There are so many issues to consider that it is easy to forget one important aspect — insurance. Insurance policies and coverage will generally change once your children are no longer under your roof. However, with some planning, those changes may […]

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How to Schedule Personal Property on Your Homeowners/Renters Policy

November 13th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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The term “Homeowners Insurance” is used for insurance policies that insure a person’s primary, owner-occupied residence. This can be a single family home, a multi-family (up to 4 apartments) home, an apartment or condominium. Each residence is insured through a different type of “homeowners” policy. Each policy covers personal property. When you purchase a homeowners […]

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Tips on Staying Healthy During Wildfire Season

November 13th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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Thousands of acres burning, evacuation orders, smoke and soot. Drought conditions in the West and extreme weather across the country have created the perfect conditions for wildfires — dry brush, hot weather and low water tables — and these same conditions make it more difficult to contain fires once they start. Air quality concerns: What […]

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Serve Up Safety This Thanksgiving

November 13th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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For most, the kitchen is the heart of the home, especially during the holidays. From testing family recipes to decorating cakes and cookies, everyone enjoys being part of the preparations. So keeping fire safety top of mind in the kitchen during this joyous but hectic time is important, especially when there’s a lot of activity […]

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Detroit’s Showcase Neighborhood Project Falls a Year Behind Schedule

November 12th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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By Joe Guillen The City of Detroit’s monumental project to revitalize a northwest neighborhood has fallen more than a year behind schedule, lost a portion of its federal funding and has generated allegations that city officials are exaggerating the level of community input on the project. Conflicting accounts have left some community activists and residents […]

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Here’s Why Detroit Development Takes So Long

November 12th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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By John Gallagher In case you didn’t notice, several major development projects announced of late will all be coming online at about the same time in 2022 or 2023. The Gordie Howe International Bridge should open to traffic then. Ford should be moving into the Michigan Central Station after a four-year renovation job. Detroit’s 22-acre […]

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Nonunion Workers Could Restart Michigan Roadwork as Dispute Continues

November 12th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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By Paul Egan There’s still no end to a labor dispute that has stalled dozens of Michigan road jobs for three weeks, but a leader of the contractors’ association said Tuesday he’s looking for union and nonunion replacement workers to restart the projects as soon as possible. Gov. Rick Snyder held a joint meeting Tuesday […]

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Method Soap’s New Brand Campaign Celebrates Sustainable Chicago Factory

November 12th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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By Julia Brenner Method Soap recently launched a new brand campaign, “There’s Good Inside,” to celebrate the environmental and community-related benefits of its LEED-Platinum certified Chicago factory, nicknamed “the Soapbox,” located in the city’s Pullman neighborhood. While Method is known as a leader in eco-friendly cleaning products, their latest campaign is designed to highlight “what’s […]

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The Power of Purpose: How Adidas Will Make $1 Billion Helping Solve The Problem of Ocean Plastic

November 12th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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By Afdhel Aziz As more and more companies find their purpose and innovate around ways to use business as a force for good, one of the most under-reported success stories has to be that of Adidas and their collaboration with the pioneering non-profit Parley for the Oceans to tackle the problem of marine plastic waste […]

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For Today’s Manufacturers, Innovation Is A Question Of Balance

November 12th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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By Lisa Caldwell There’s no denying that the manufacturing industry is going through a period of near-unprecedented change. Across the board, the rapid emergence of new technologies and the growing influence of big data are disrupting traditional operating practices in a way not seen since the Industrial Revolution. For manufacturers, the question posed by this […]

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