A week or so ago, in front of an audience at Conor O’Neills, I had the pleasure of conducting a live exit interview with Ann Arbor-born commercial real estate broker turned University of Michigan MBA Newcombe Clark, who will soon be leaving Michigan for Chicago. As there was still a great deal that we didn’t […]
Tag Archives: Borders
To make up for yesterday’s Ypsi Exit Interview, which seems to have upset a few folks, here’s another in my series of Ypsi Immigration Interviews. I hope you enjoy it. MARK: What’s your name, and what is it that you do? LEE: My name is Lee Azus. I owned a bookstore for 15 years in […]
I don’t have much to say about this, but I wanted to put something up here, on the front page, in case people wanted to discuss the fact that Borders, unable to find a buyer, is liquidating. In real numbers, that means: • 10,700 people, 450 of whom work in Ann Arbor, will lose their jobs […]
I know that it’s easy to make people look bad through editing, and I imagine that you could interview 100 random Obama supporters and get some pretty uneducated responses, but, with that said, I do believe these interviews with Palin supporters in Columbus are telling.