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The Motor City isn't waiting for a savior to move to town. It's banking on the energy of the people who call it home.
The hereditary leader of Ford Motor Co. sees cars dominating the suburbs for a long time but crowded cities will drive innovation in how we get around.
The upside of the Motor City's epic struggle with abandonment is a vast supply of materials for high-end goods made by ambitious startups.
Farmers, the original entrepreneurs, are finding a profitable niche in the vast amount of abandoned land in the Motor City.
The city has enormous woes but also substantial resources. Building a business here serves the greater good more than perhaps anywhere else in America.