House passes second road funding plan
The Michigan House approved yet another road funding plan last week, this time relying on $600 million in new revenue through a gas tax increase and registration fee increases and $600 million in general fund budget cuts.
The widespread distribution of EMV/Chip payment cards and the October 1 shift of liability away from those with the latest technology have sure produced a lot of chatter.
Although much of the discussion has made for better understanding of the payments industry and security issues,
LANSING – In its most positive forecast since 2012, Michigan’s retail industry sees a stronger holiday shopping season ahead.
Two of every three Michigan retailers expect to increase sales over last year’s holiday season,