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IB Seminar: Leader as Motivator

IB Seminar: Leader as Motivator

At the latest installment of our IB Seminar Series on Feb. 3, renowned leadership expert Terry Siebert of Dale Carnegie Training walked 150 attendees through the challenges of keeping others motivated.

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Tim Haag, State Collection Service Inc.

Tim Haag, State Collection Service Inc.

IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Tim Haag, vice president of support services, State Collection Service Inc.

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  • On the Job: Phoenix Pro Shop

    Jeff Taylor, manager of Phoenix Pro Shop in Fitchburg and Madison, Wis., demonstrates the art and science of making a custom bowling ball.

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Blaska's Bring It!

with David Blaska

Going Green Acres with envy, campaign cash, and green religion

Readers of the February 2016 In Business magazine may have been startled to read the claim of my debate partner in the popular Political Posturing feature (Page 8) that “Germany, the fifth-largest manufacturing economy in the world, supplies up to 78% of its power from renewable energy on any given day.”

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Cash management key to business efficiency

Many business owners spend significant amounts of time — and time means money — managing their cash flow. One of their most common concerns is the daily operation of managing cash flow and security.

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Recent data not predictive of 2016

For much of January, global markets worried about softer global economic growth. Last week’s data provided further confirmation that fourth quarter 2015 was relatively weak, especially in the United States.

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Blaska's Bring It!

with David Blaska

After Iowa, the circular firing squad may stand down

William F. Buckley declared that he would vote the most conservative candidate with the best chance of winning. Donald Trump is no Bill Buckley.

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Transportation Matters

with Craig Thompson

Fixing Wisconsin's highways

The state of transportation in Wisconsin is not as strong as it needs to be.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Still time in legislative session to address economic growth bills

People who often follow news from the state Capitol might easily conclude lawmakers are obsessed with debating “wedge” issues — topics that divide rather than unite Wisconsin.

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Blaska's Bring It!

with David Blaska

Caution: You are entering the Dump on Trump Zone

Thank you, Donald Trump for redefining this election year. You are a great candidate. I can’t vote for you.

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Let’s take the mystery out of training millennials

“What are the most effective ways to train millennials?” is probably the question that training professionals hear more often than any other today.

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Economic growth to remain slow but positive

Fears of financial crisis and contagion continue to be juxtaposed in markets, with hope of more stimulus from global central banks. Economic data has been of little help to alleviate or confirm market fears.

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Blaska's Bring It!

with David Blaska

Got crime? More studies are the answer!

Our liberal-progressive-socialist acquaintances here in The Emerald City profess wonderment at the disdain outstate for “Madison values,” as Ted Cruz might put it.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Repeal nuclear moratorium — but don’t expect new power plants in Wisconsin

It’s hard to find a more knowledgeable advocate of nuclear energy than Michael Corradini, a professor of engineering physics at the UW–Madison, a past president of the American Nuclear Society, and a longtime advisor to governments at home and abroad.

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Van Lines

with Joe Vanden Plas

Taking big steps to address worker shortage

One nagging worry of the construction industry is whether builders will have enough workers to meet demand if a moderately growing economy “takes off.” Construction has painstakingly tried to recover labor that was lost — in some cases permanently — during the Great Recession but more needs to be done.

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Archive »Biz Report

Exact Sciences sues Humana over unpaid claims

Spectrum Brands sees profits jump

Virent, Tesoro to collaborate on low-carbon fuels and chemicals

Netech Corporation acquired by Presidio

SARA Investment Real Estate acquires another Missouri building

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