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More than just profit: Social entrepreneurs and the challenge to find investors

Some people want to make money. Others want to change society for the better. Social entrepreneurs want to do both. But in the Darwinian world of venture capitalism, convincing investors to compromise on profits for greater social good can be a tough sell. 

L. Brooks Patterson honors Michigan's 50 Companies to Watch

Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson honored nine local businesses for being named among “Michigan 50 Companies to Watch.”

The Oakland County Pet Adoption Center wants to find permanent homes for 2,014 pets this summer

The Oakland County Animal Control and Pet Adoption Center has an ambitious goal this summer: to adopt out 2,014 animals during the months of June, July, and August. Their "2014 in 2014" campaign is part of their participation in the $100K Challenge presented by the ASPCA and Rachael Ray.

Auburn Hills is One Stop Ready for new development

As one of Oakland County's participating One Stop Ready communities, which aims at streamlining the development process, Auburn Hills knows all too well how important it is to court new development and foster good relationships with existing businesses. A new 21+ acre development at a long-vacant site underscores their efforts at attracting development and retaining businesses. 

Auburn Hills is a Community for a Lifetime

The City of Auburn Hills is taking a proactive approach to addressing the boom of Baby Boomers that will turn 65 by 2030. The city is one of Michigan's AARP-designated “Community for a Lifetime,” seeking to improve the quality of life for  those aging in place.
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