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Bringing economic life back to Detroit

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Dan Gilbert, founder of Quicken Loans and Cleveland Cavaliers owner, talks about how he plans to bring business back to Detroit. Bill Pulte, the founder and chairman of Detroit Blight Authority, joins the discussion to explain how his organization is trying to clear out some of the most vacant buildings in Detroit’s most troubled neighborhoods.