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The Lucy Ann Lance Show, 1290 WLBY – Monday, June 17, 2013

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David Jesse




How the Government Rakes in Big Money with Student Loans – David Jesse, Higher Education Reporter, Detroit Free Press – The federal government projects a record $50 billion profit on student loans this year.  So, how does it do that?
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Jackie Stoliker





Ann Arbor Ypsilanti Regional Chamber of Commerce: Reflexology – Jackie Stoliker, Owner, oh so relaxingA gentle style of foot message called reflexology  can induce deep relaxation, which is why Jackie Stoliker named her business oh so relaxing.  She says our feet provide access to our body’s “circuit board” with more than 7,000 nerve endings in each foot.
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Dr. David Mielke




Business Ethos: Punishing Apple – Dr. David Mielke, Retired Dean of the College of Business at EMU – Did Apple collude with publishers to raise e-book prices?  The U.S. Justice Department’s antitrust case against Apple is trying to prove that Apple served as the “ringmaster” of a conspiracy in violation of the Sherman antitrust act.   But do they have a case?  Read Dr Mielke’s blog here, and listen to our conversation at the link below.
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Stacy Johnson





Milan Area Chamber of CommerceCulver Estates Apartments – Stacy Johnson, Manager – The city of Milan offers many housing options for its residents.  At Culver Estates Apartments you can choose from a number of innovatively designed apartment homes, including an amenity that most residents never find in an apartment.
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Ingrid Ault June 2013






Think Local FirstThe Indie Awards and the 2013 Resource Guide – Ingrid Ault, TLF Executive Director – Thanks to a new partnership with The Ann, distribution of Think Local First’s  Resource Guide is increasing 400%.  Ingrid explains where you’ll find copies of this publication that lists TLF members, and she also updates us on the first ever awards celebrating independent businesses in Washtenaw County.
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