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Wed April 16, 2014
Stateside for Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Today on Stateside, we talk about the growing resale economy, we hear another story of failure from Failure:Lab, we get the latest from the GM ignition switch controversy, and we learn about a new theory that could help our understanding of black holes.
But first up on the show, it’s turning into a momentous week in Detroit's quest to exit bankruptcy. First came a deal with two global banks, UBS and Bank of America - then an agreement with leaders of Detroit's retired police and firefighters – and that was followed late yesterday by a settlement with the remaining Detroit retirees.
Detroit News Business Columnist Daniel Howes joined us today to explain what’s been going on.