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Middleton Chamber 2015 Annual Golf Outing

Middleton Chamber 2015 Annual Golf Outing

The Middleton Chamber of Commerce held its annual golf outing July 15 at Pleasant View Golf Course in Middleton. The day featured 9- and 18-hole events, foot golf, a morning yoga session on the course, and dinner.

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Prue Lotharius, WPS Health Solutions

Prue Lotharius, WPS Health Solutions

IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Prue Lotharius, director, marketing and communications, WPS Health Solutions.

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  • Putting your data in context

    Madison Noteworthy's Mike Victorson interviews Bert Barabas, founder of MIOsoft, a Madison-based software company with a global footprint. MIOsoft's context technology automatically discovers what data is relevant and what data is related. The contextualized data is complete, comprehensive, and ready for analytics and applications. Its latest venture is Barrage, which provides insightful real-time analytics and alerting for IoT (Internet of Things) data. Clients can also use Barrage to store data for historical examination and analysis — and do real-time analytics at the same time. Visit www.MIOsoft.com.

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Blaska's Bring It!

with David Blaska

Where government controls political speech, the speech police will play

Bill Lueders is a thorough and dedicated journalist. Can he help it if the Progressive magazine editor sees the world through the Emerald City’s liberal-progressive-socialist (LPS) lens?

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Surgical recovery fuels fire to Get Fit

For us Connections Counseling folks, it’s been a challenge to keep Get Fit in mind. It’s summer, which is filled with lots of vacations, and as mental health and substance abuse counselors we work fairly independently.

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Pushing past the weight-loss plateau

Weight loss plateaus are not much fun. That is my thought for this week.

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“F” is for feedback: Understanding the BBB rating system

For a company with an “F” rating, the BBB rating system may feel like a thorn. However, understanding that an “F” represents valuable “feedback” for improving your relationships with customers can put your company on a journey toward success.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Heath care solutions for rural Wisconsin

If you live north of Highway 10 in Wisconsin and you need health care, the chances are high you are, or will be, a patient at the Marshfield Clinic.

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Individual work pays off for team

Here at the Koss Agency we started off with a team approach to losing weight and being healthier. It worked right out of the gate but has transformed over the last few weeks into a more individualized effort.

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Starting and stopping and starting again

If you’re reading this blog for examples of days at the gym, sweat expended, and weight lost, you may come away disappointed. My hope in writing this will be to admit, I start … I fail. I start again … I fail again. There are always reasons. Good reasons. But the rationalization of failure is one of the most insidious prospectors, mining the bedrock of my self-esteem. I will speak only for myself, though many of you may hear your own voice in my words.

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Legal Login

with contributors from Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek

Social media contests — creative marketing tools, but beware the FTC

Social media contests, sweepstakes, and promotions are great ways for companies to promote new products, engage with customers, collect data, and enhance online branding. However, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has begun increasingly scrutinizing these practices. Before launching a social media promotion, companies should take steps to ensure that their promotion will not run afoul of FTC requirements.

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Why Q2 growth could be solid (but not spectacular)

Markets kept one wary eye on Greece and China this week, but both these issues seem to have receded to the background for market trends. Instead, economic data moved back to the forefront and provided further support to the market.

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Van Lines

with Joe Vanden Plas

The new abnormal and its seismic shifts

Investment outlooks come and go, but trends are, well, trendy, and the global economy features plenty of them. Dave Heidel, regional investment director for The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank, says many of the factors affecting capital markets are not just transitional, they are serious, long-term shifts.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Wisconsin tribe’s efforts to diversify offer example for Indian Country

A trip to the Lac du Flambeau Reservation west of Minocqua produces the expected in some ways: a gleaming casino operated by the tribe, a stunning natural setting, and mixed evidence of prosperity and poverty.

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Mad @ Mgmt

with Walter Simson

Love for sale — by the airline

I am a frequent flier. Usually a trip a week, with average distances of 700–1,000 miles flown. I am loyal, pay my bills, and keep my mouth shut. I would think that I would be a prized customer.

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Assembly passes Bucks arena funding

Oklahoma sensor development lab opens in Madison

Dubuque credit union to open Madison office

Dean Health names new chief medical officer

Johnson Controls to spin off Automotive Experience division

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