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Stoughton Hospital Expansion

Stoughton Hospital Expansion

Stoughton Hospital held a grand opening event May 11 to showcase a new 35,693-square-foot expansion and renovation of its emergency/urgent care services, specialty clinic, clinical lab, ambulatory surgery, and admitting/registration service areas.

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Angi Allen, NovaONE Networks

Angi Allen, NovaONE Networks

IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Angi Allen, director of marketing & operations, NovaONE Networks.

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  • Cheers from In Business!

    We haven’t stood still for 40 years and we’re not about to start now! From our staff to yours, wishing you a happy and prosperous 2017!

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Making Madison

with Buckley Brinkman

The canceled contract

The traditional employment contract is dead. Let others mourn its demise. Instead, radically engage the ideas and people that put you on a path to lifetime learning.

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State’s business lobby blocking efforts to remove lead from water

Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce agrees lead is dangerous to human health but WMC wants to make certain that its members don’t pay one penny more on their water bills toward the cost of removing lead pipes.

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The Gray Area

with Donna Gray

This unhappy mother wonders, what happened to customer care?

This past Mother’s Day weekend my husband and I took a trip to a historic community for a holiday brunch. The best part of the trip was the visit with family. The dining experience was not so nice.

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Renewable energy: A place to find a sustainable job, part 2

Wisconsin could be a potential contender in the green jobs sector someday. However, Wisconsin currently has the smallest green job workforce in the Midwest region due to unsupportive policies.

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What employers need to know about the American Health Care Act

There are a number of proposals that are worth understanding now and following in the future, especially by employers and human resource managers.

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Renewable energy: A place to find a sustainable job, part 1

Despite the slow transition toward renewable energy, there is a growing undercurrent of advocacy that is putting innovation into action. Coinciding with earth, wind, fire, and water, the four elements of sustainability are available for advancement: technology, opportunity, people, and altruism.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Controlling health care costs appears lost in latest debate over insurance plans

Just across Wisconsin’s southwest border in the Iowa city of Dubuque, about 1,000 people showed up Tuesday night for a town hall meeting with U.S. Rep. Rod Blum, a Republican software company owner who represents northeast Iowa in the House of Representatives.

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Lean out: 5 questions every female entrepreneur should ask

Do you feel stalled in your career? Do you feel underpaid, overworked, and without flexibility and autonomy over your time?

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Supporting women in technology starts when they're girls

This past weekend, 52 young female students were honored by the National Center for Women in Technology’s (NCWIT) Aspirations in Computing Program for their active pursuit and development toward academics and working in information technology.

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Applied Mindfulness

with Ed Maxwell
Fixing miscommunication and missed communication

Fixing miscommunication and missed communication

“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place,” says George Bernard Shaw.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Wisconsin entrepreneurs succeed by surviving in a competitive world

Depending on what’s measured, Wisconsin can rank as one of the nation’s worst states for entrepreneurial activity — or one of the best.

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Midwest magic: Why starting local can be the swift path to global investment

Local investors, particularly for new entrepreneurs, are the untapped ticket to long-term success for Midwest-based startups.

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Say it ain’t so! Ella’s Deli is for sale!

New nightclub gets go-ahead for eastside warehouse

New steakhouse on Willy Street

Festival Foods submits plans for Verona store

State still dead last for startup activity

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