It is customary to divide the main body of economic analysis into two components: macroeconomics and microeconomics. In a nutshell, macroeconomics deals with the aggregate (country wide) level of the economy – aggregate output (real GDP) and income – total employment, level of unemployment or the average price level of all goods and services. Microeconomics […]
Every year, the Lansing Chamber of Commerce recognizes some of the Lansing region’s top young professionals who are expected to contribute significantly to our community over the next ten years. They are recognized by awarding them with the 10 Over the Next Ten award. Winners must meet two criteria; the nominee must be 35 years […]
Erik Larson Executive Director of Lansing’s Impression 5 Science Center Erik Larson, 41, is executive director of Lansing’s Impression 5 Science Center, which attracts more than 140,000 visitors each year. Larson joined the museum staff in 1997 and became director in 2005. He was in the initial 2007 class of 10 Over the Next Ten […]
Peter Spadafore Lansing School Board President and Vice President of the Michigan Independent Colleges & Universities: Class of 2013 What does it mean to be designated one of the community’s “young leaders?” Two things come to mind. There is a lot of pressure and a lot of expectations. But it is very humbling to be […]
Each month the GLBM team takes a trending news topic and breaks it down visually. This breakdown helps to better explain the content and gives insight into the intricacies and details of news that affects our community. This month’s topic: Millennials in the Workplace.
Programs will offer high school students a chance to receive insurance credits in advance. With opportunities in a growing insurance industry abound, Olivet College, a leader in insurance education throughout the state of Michigan, is working to replenish the insurance industry’s workforce by partnering with local school districts and insurance companies throughout the state to […]