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Volume 10, No. 5
July 2014


Summer Gas Rules Take Effect
- Page 4

Main Concern of Consumers
– Page 5

Esperion Therapeutics Moves Back to Ann Arbor
– Page 6

Leadership A2Y Graduates Its 30th Class
– Page 7

Michigan DNR Graduates New Conservation Officers
– Page 8

Small Business and the Internet
“Sub Cultures” By Mike Gould
– Page 11

business briefs – Pages 12-15

August 2014 BIZ MO “Financing Your Business” Deadline:
July 22, 2014

September 2014 BIZ MO U-M IMPACT Deadline:
August 21, 2014

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July ann arbor area BUSINESS MONTHLY magazine includes: 5.6M Visitors Bring $535M Impact To Ann Arbor; Main Concern Of Consumers: Dismal Wage Prospects; Ann Arbor Releases 2013 Water Quality Report; Summer Gas Rules Have Taken Effect; Esperion Therapeutics Moves Bank To Ann Arbor; Leadership A2Y Graduates Its 30th Class; Michigan DNR Graduates 23 New Conservation Officers; Small Business and the Internet by Mike Gould “Sub Cultures”; Nearly $350 Million in New Investments Will Bring 881 Job Opportunities Across State; business briefs about local people and much more.

Ann Arbor Area BUSINESS MONTHLY magazine brings the reader the latest business news and information important to the businesspeople in Washtenaw County. Each month articles cover real estate, legal, Internet, employee concerns and the climate of business in the greater Ann Arbor area. There is news about company employees and feature articles on local businesses. We cover business news from Ann Arbor, Chelsea, Dexter, Manchester, Milan, Saline, Whitmore Lake, and Ypsilanti.

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