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What You'll Get
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- $19 for a one-year print and online subscription to Crain’s Cleveland Business (a $57 value)
- $29 for a two-year print and online subscription to Crain’s Cleveland Business (a $98 value)
- $19 for a one-year print and online subscription to Crain’s Detroit Business (a $79 value)
- $29 for a two-year print and online subscription to Crain’s Detroit Business (a $158 value)<p>
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About Crain Publications
Crain's Business’s team of meticulous reporters populates the magazine’s digital and printed pages with stories of the latest goings-on in Michigan and Ohio’s corporate world, extending their watchful eyes beyond the borders of the city into the entire state. They stay abreast of happenings in an array of industries, including advertising, finance, government, and sports, tapping into their vast knowledge to compose compelling features. Regularly updated blogs and columns feature additional information and opinions about such pertinent topics as real estate, elections, and the declining value of the Monopoly dollar.
Readers can nominate praise-worthy movers and shakers for one of Crain's business-centric awards, such as “20 in their 20s,” “40 under 40,” and “The Only One Over 120.” They can also submit local events to a community calendar that compiles happenings from across the state.