Crain’s Detroit publisher says goodbye after 28 years
Mary Kramer, the publisher of Crain’s Detroit Business, said goodbye to readers on Monday.
Kramer writes, “Community immersion is the same mantra that Keith Crain set for me in 1989 when he hired me to succeed Peter Brown, the founding editor of Crain’s. I told Keith then that I aspired to be the editor or publisher of a community newspaper and help set a community agenda.
“His response: Then you’ll love this job because that’s what Crain’s is — a community paper but for a very specific community: people doing business in metro Detroit.
“He was right.
“Crain’s has enjoyed — and I think earned — a special connection with our readers. We deliver significant news and data to business readers, and we take pride that the information often leads to new business opportunities that benefit companies, careers and even nonprofits.”
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