Daily Archive: April 29, 2013

    Bill Proctor retiring after thirty-three years

    After thirty-three years of being a staple in Detroit media with WXYZ-TV, award-winning reporter Bill Proctor announced his retirement, effective May 10th. Proctor joined WXYZ-TV in May of 1980 as general assignment writer. Throughout his career, Proctor has received numerous accolades, including the 1999 Best Coverage Award…

    Bingham: Education, skills and talents make a difference

    Lois Elizabeth Bingham possesses an unabashed belief that one must seek excellence in everything they do, and be willing to make sacrifices along the way. Success for Bingham is defined by the impact one makes in life and by one’s willingness and ability to use their education, skills and talents to make a difference. This is so because of the f…

    The importance of asset allocation

    Asset allocation is an important investment decision that will impact your investment portfolio. Asset allocation explains over 90 percent of the return and volatility in the return of your investment portfolio. Getting this decision right will set you on the path to achieving your long-term financial objectives.Asset allocation is defined as the…

    DEGC President Jackson pleased with Detroit’s economic development

    Detroit Economic Growth Corporation (DEGC) President George Jackson said that if he were talking to someone from out of town about Detroit’s economic development, he’d do so from the standpoint of Detroit being a good business climate and a great place to locate their company.“I guarantee that we would be a pleasant surprise to any perceptions you…

    Actor Courtney B. Vance: ‘Lucky Guy’ or ‘Relentless Guy’

    Detroit — On a particularly sun drenched Monday morning in Detroit, the planets aligned and I returned to my high school alma mater to connect with former classmate, acting great and all-around “nice guy” Courtney Vance. The consummate actor traveled to Detroit to address students at Detroit Country Day School regarding his journey to success,…