Thu04242014

Family Kicked out of Restaurant over Skin Disorder

Golden Corral restaurants may offer all-you-can eat buffets, but are they open to all?

The federal government sued a Westland, Mich. Golden Corral franchise Wednesday for allegedly kicking out a family after noticing a child that suffered from a genetic skin condition. The lawsuit charges that the restaurant's manager violated

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From car trunks to Oakland County skyscraper

Some people just dream of success, while others wake up and make it happen. Count Eric Hardy as the latter.

As president and CEO of w3r, Hardy oversees a progressive information technology consulting and staffing firm that provides infrastructure, integration and analytical services and support to a wide-spectrum of national

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Mayor Bing and Bill Pulte unveil site for Detroit Blight Authority

Detroit Mayor Dave Bing and Bill Pulte, chairman of the Detroit Blight Authority and CEO of Pulte Capital Partners, unveiled their plans today for a public-private partnership that will become the cornerstone of the mayor’s next phase of blight removal for the city of Detroit. The pilot site of the newly formed authority is a recently cleared 1

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Young entrepreneur looks to quench our thirst

Nailah Ellis (pronounced ni-E-luh) recalls as a youngster the reaction people had after tasting the homemade tea her father prepared during holidays or at family gatherings. Their animated glee was a dead giveaway that, indeed, the beverage was truly something special.

It began with Ellis’ great-grandfather, who was a master c

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Racial Healing: A Shift in Perspective

With the progress made in recent decades, some Americans might consider racism a minority issue, a problem that has been mostly addressed.

However, while we celebrate Black History Month, we also reflect on how racism continues to be relevant to each of us. As President Barack Obama, hailed as a symbol of a “post-racial era,” said at t

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