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Doron Levin has been a journalist and author in Detroit since 1984, having covered business, finance and the auto industry for The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Detroit Free Press and Bloomberg.

Doron Levin: Could a Detroit-Style Financial Meltdown Happen To The USA?
UAW Earned Its Defeat In Chattanooga, But The Union Isn’t Done
Doron Levin: Grosse Pointe ‘Kid’ Works To Fix Hart Plaza’s Run-Down Flagpoles
There’s No Pickup Like a $50,000 Pickup From The Motor City
Quicken Loans' Brilliant Promotion Is A Triumph of Actuarial Mathematics
Doron Levin: 'Comeback Michigan' Needs a 'Comeback City' – And It Looks Like Detroit
Do Detroit Candidates Have A Clue What 'Debt' and 'Credit' Mean?
Doron Levin: Remember 'Devil’s Night'? Random House is Releasing the Book Again
Kevyn Orr’s 'Cowpie Moment' Recalls Steve Miller’s at Delphi
Adam Hollier, A Name To Remember For Detroit City Council
Recollections of Horror and Courage in Berlin – and in Detroit
The Buck Stops Squarely With Duggan
A Model for Detroit's Debt Woes? How About Shays' Rebellion?
No Need to Attack Pulte for Moving to Atlanta
Bill Davidson's Great Fortune, Like Many, Brings Strife






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