Tech MBA Minute


Current Video

Tech MBA Online Program Ambassador Hajj Flemings interviews Ari Weinzweig, CEO/Co-Founder of Zingerman's located in Ann Arbor, MI. The discussion focuses the Zingerman's story and building a $35M local business in lower Michigan.

About Tech MBA Minute

This video series is a collection of interviews from business leaders, the media, and other strategic thinkers to discuss ideas that power business. Join Tech MBA Online Program Ambassador, Hajj Flemings, as he learns from business professionals both with and without MBA degrees the challenges that organizations overcome with technology, leadership, and operations.

Past Video Interviews

R.J. King

Tech MBA Online Program Ambassador Hajj Flemings interviews R.J. King, Editor of D Business Magazine (Royal Oak, MI). The discussion focuses on University, Inc.: The Business of College Incubators.

About R.J. King
R.J. King joined Hour Media LLC in spring 2006 as editor of DBusiness Magazine, a business enthusiast publication covering southeastern Michigan. The magazine, first published in September 2006, covers metro Detroit companies that are growing here, nationally, and internationally. It also examines growth opportunities within various business sectors, and offers engaging profiles of business leaders. Past profiles include Dick Dauch, Tom LaSorda, Bobby Taubman, Roger Penske, Edsel Ford, Linda Dresner, and others. Prior to joining DBusiness, Mr. King was a business writer for the Detroit News for 16 years. There he covered economic development, automotive, health care, technology, and numerous other industries. For the Detroit News, Mr. King published more than 4,000 articles since 1990.

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Stephen Clark

This Tech MBA Minute features Stephen Clark, News Anchor on WXYZ Channel 7 (Detroit, MI). The discussion focuses on how traditional news media is changing and its parallel with the automotive industry.

About Stephen Clark
Stephen Clark started out as a newspaper photographer in Colorado. Since then, his career has taken him from radio reporter and D.J. to TV photographer, reporter, and finally the anchor’s chair. He has worked across the country in markets from KRDO in Colorado Springs to Washington D.C. to Denver’s KCNC, San Diego’s KGTV and WCBS New York. Stephen’s covered momentous events including the conflict in Bosnia, the L.A. Riots, California wildfires and the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Follow Stephen Clark on Twitter.

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