June 2010
Crain's Detroit Business;6/28/2010, Vol. 26 Issue 26, p30
The article discusses information published on the website "www.crainsdetroit.com" during June 19-25, 2010. It has been stated that 270 million dollars advertising account of General Motors Co. for Cadillac has been given to Fallon Worldwide. The Wayne State University School of Medicine has appointed Valerie Parisi as its 15th dean after working nearly a year as interim dean. Affinia Group Holdings Inc. is planning to raise up to 230 million dollars by an Initial Public Offering (IPO).


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