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A Prescription for Job Growth

August 10, 2012:– “What percentage of Greece’s population is government employed? 1 in every 3 workers, 33.33% of the working population.” August 9, 2012: Wall Street Journalheadline – “Greek May Unemployment Rate Hits Fresh High of 23.1%” August 9, 2012: Stephen Henderson, Detroit Free Press- “For unions and the whole idea of collective bargaining, […]

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For Sale: Reconditioned General Motors; New Paint Job But Engine Needs Work

The Detroit Free Press reported in its August 10, 2012 issue that the CEO of General Motors, Dan Akerson,is growing frustrated with the lack of progress at the company (Click here to see article). “You shouldn’t stand around waiting for somebody to tell you where we’re going to go,” Akerson said in a conference call […]

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Shanghai to Detroit

Last week Sigma had the honor of hosting nine students from Shanghai University. The students are visiting Southeast Michigan through the Macomb Cultural and Economic Partnership, a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering relationships between southeast Michigan officials, businesses and schools and the rest of the world. These students are spending two months in Michigan visiting […]

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I Can Hear the Bells

“I Can Hear the Bells” is a wonderful song from the musical Hairspray, sung by Tracy Tumblad as she “hears the bells” when thinking about her fantasy love with heartthrob, Link Larken. Yes, even after all these years bells still ring when I think about my husband. However, each time I hear someone bemoan or […]

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Have You Ever Wondered Why So Many Scams Are So Obvious?

Is there actually anyone out there who still believes that an email from some unknown person in Nigeria, who claims to have access to a fortune that can be shared with a timely financial partner, is true? How obvious does a scam have to be? Yet “obvious” is still the technique of choice used by […]

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