The following recent news stories either cite Anderson Economic Group’s work or include commentary from our team:
Detroit News: Traverse City classic-car insurer Hagerty goes public for $3 billion
With its expansive portfolio of publications, auto enthusiast events, and racing offerings, Hagerty has a big membership base beyond insurance.
DN OpEd: Restore earned income tax credit to help Michigan recover
Opinion: Ken Sikkema and Bob Emerson.
Expanding the state EITC would also have a positive impact on local economies. According to a 2009 report by the Anderson Economic Group, every dollar awarded through the EITC generates $1.67 in new economic activity.
WSJ: Detroit’s Hot Job Market Compares With Austin’s, but Challenges Remain
DETROIT—Hiring in the Motor City hasn’t been this hard for 20 years. Seth Gold is offering $250 sign-on bonuses, something he can’t remember happening before in the roughly 80 years his family has run American Jewelry and Loan, a chain of pawnshops. Even then, he sometimes finds entry-level workers …
WTTW: Will Pot ‘Piranhas’ Take Over Illinois’ Market?
Illinois today selected another 55 winners from a pool of 589 qualifying applicants seeking to open cannabis dispensaries. It’s another step on a long-delayed process of growing Illinois’ marijuana market, with a mind toward social equity. But is it working?
Fox Business: Anderson Economic Group's Brian Peterson on COVID’s Big 10 Impact
The Midwest is home to some of the largest colleges and universities in the country. These institutions are grappling with the challenges of safely reopening...
Bars missing a key ingredient: alcohol - Marketplace
Pub managers are reworking their cocktail menus as shortages of materials and labor make some drinks unavailable for weeks.
(VinePair) Back on the Ale Trail: Will Beer Tourism Rebound After the Pandemic?
As the country reopens and cooped-up Americans eagerly book long-delayed vacations, will breweries be on the itinerary?
(Crain's) Michigan to regulate delta-8, other intoxicants like it does cannabis. What does that mean for the industry?
Starting this fall, Michigan residents will no longer be able to buy products that give a cannabis-adjacent high at gas stations and CBD stores — they’ll need to buy them through the state’s rapidly growing and regulated cannabis industry. Beginning Oct. 11, compounds including the popular…