Quicken Loans Chairman Dan Gilbert and recording artist Kid Rock both appeared on CNBC’s Squawk Box this morning to discuss the city of Detroit and it’s future.
Today is Blog Action Day. And today’s topic is human rights. Quicken Loans has taken part in Blog Action Day for the past several years and this year will be no different. For the topic of human rights, I’ll be taking a look at the Fair Housing Act of 1968.
Another race, another Bring It Home finish for Ryan Newman, driver of the No. 39 Quicken Loans Chevrolet. After a wreck in the Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Motor Speedway two weeks ago resulted in a 35th-place finish, Ryan finished 8th at the Bank of America 500 last weekend.
Tuesday marked the Federal Reserve’s release of the new $100 bill to banks. This is the first time the bill has been redesigned since 1996. The goal of the redesign is to deter counterfeiters from making it rain with fake bills.
The Cleveland Cavaliers honored veterans and active duty service members on Saturday, dedicating their annual Wine & Gold Scrimmage to the men and women of the Armed Forces.
The M@dison Block was announced Monday night by some of Detroit’s business leaders. The block consists of 26 start-up companies in a state-of-the-art hub that promotes innovation and creativity which will hopefully provide a spark to the Detroit economy. It represents a hope that many have for the city of Detroit. That hope stems from the attempt to diversify the businesses in the area, moving away from the traditional auto industry that has defined the Motor City for decades.
There’s a lot of discussion about the government shutdown, most of which is long, heady and hard to sort through. I know for a lot of veterans, wading through that information to find something applicable is difficult and time consuming. I started wading through this ocean of data this weekend when my dad had made an offhand comment, wondering about his veteran benefits and if they were going to be effected by the shutdown.
Quicken Loans Chairman Dan Gilbert appeared today on CNBC’s Squawk Box to promote Detroit and talk about all things Opportunity Detroit. If you haven’t been to Detroit lately, you wouldn’t believe all that’s going on.
As Ryan Newman prepares to make the switch from Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) – the team he has been with since its inception in 2009 – to Richard Childress Racing (RCR) next season, one aspect won’t change: Quicken Loans will continue to serve as the primary sponsor of Newman’s No. 31 Chevrolet for 12 races and associate sponsor for all remaining races.
iOS 7 came out yesterday and so did a new version (2.2) of the Quicken Loans Mortgage Calculator app. It’s exciting stuff, and we’re happy to have the new calculator app fully support iOS 7.