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Dustin P. Walsh
Senior reporter for Crain's Detroit Business covering manufacturing, suppliers and law. Infographics and data. Known curmudgeon.
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Dustin P. Walsh 2h
Detroit United? Here's what created as a *possible* kit for the *possible* Detroit team. I dig.
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Dustin P. Walsh 3h
. Setting the bar awfully low, kid.
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Dustin P. Walsh 3h
This particular graph is interesting. Puts into context what it's meant to be poor in America.
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Dustin P. Walsh 5h
Spoken like a trust fund baby. Shut your mouth with a slice of box pizza.
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Dustin P. Walsh 6h
See, is simply too young to hit rock bottom. and I would gladly piss away $40 in our gluttonous ruin. Soon, child.
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Dustin P. Walsh 8h
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Dustin P. Walsh 8h
. Dude. Boeing and Goldman totally agree.
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Dustin P. Walsh 8h
. So what you are saying is both sides are wrong?
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Dustin P. Walsh Apr 26
ICYMI: SKF to divest Kaydon business unit, close Ann Arbor operations
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Dustin P. Walsh Apr 26
Can we chat about veterans and the workplace?
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Dustin P. Walsh Apr 26
At what point are tax incentives (or grants) just a race to the bottom? Could really make those 10-speed transmissions anywhere else?
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Dustin P. Walsh Apr 25
ICYMI: Former Goldman Sachs aluminum warehouses in Detroit suffers from new rules (sorta).
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Dustin P. Walsh Apr 25
Reality: If you're using 2009 as a benchmark in touting your growth, you're full of shit. Growing from 0 is pretty easy.
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Dustin P. Walsh Apr 25
article made my brain hurt. Privileged people complaining about not having money is hard to read.
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Dustin P. Walsh Apr 25
Which could all be read, "I am financially illiterate and prove it every single day."
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Dustin P. Walsh Apr 24
Aluminum warehousing down but not out in metro Detroit
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Dustin P. Walsh Apr 22
I agree, . My point is that the "gig economy" is overblown. We're talking 2 percent of the labor force more than pre-recession.
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Dustin P. Walsh Apr 22
No. But U-6 gives insight b/c it includes people that are part-time for economic reasons, not choice.
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Dustin P. Walsh Apr 22
I understand it. My point is BLS captures that in the U-6 unemployment rate, which is 9.8%. High, but not obscene.
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Dustin P. Walsh Apr 22
From the Masonic Temple to Mojo's Mothership, Prince marked Detroit - and a life
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