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Gear Up to Vote

A brightly colored mini-van with “Gear Up to Vote” messages was unveiled at the Madison Senior Center, Monday, July 18.

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Laura Lyons, Bell, Moore & Richter S.C.

Laura Lyons, Bell, Moore & Richter S.C.

IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Laura Lyons, attorney/shareholder, Bell, Moore & Richter S.C.

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  • 40 Under 40, 2016 Class, Part 4

    Get to know some of the professionals selected for In Business magazine’s 2016 class of 40 Under 40. You’ll learn a bit about their professional lives as well as some of their lesser-known talents. In this episode, we feature Rob Plesha, VP-actuarial services, small group and individual business, Unity Health Insurance; Amy Kerwin, president and founder, Primates Inc.; Mark Greene, senior director, United Way of Dane County; and Erin Arango-Escalante, director, client relations and early years, WIDA, UW–Madison.

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Blaska's Bring It!

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No flags, no police widows at the Democrats’ house of despair

The news today is that charges have been dropped against the last three defendants in the political prosecution of six Baltimore police officers for the death of Freddie Gray.

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How to drive customers to your business using Pokémon Go

Never before has there been an app, game, or piece of technology that does the work for you of getting people to your local business, at little to no cost, in such an easy and fun way — until now. It’s called Pokémon Go. Perhaps you’ve heard of the phenomenon?

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Inside Wisconsin

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How being 'family friendly' can help companies overcome worker shortages

When Mark Tyler thinks about the future of Wisconsin’s economy, he worries there won’t be enough workers to keep it humming.

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Madison Council hears that Blue Lives Matter

It was a most remarkable thing, last week’s Madison Common Council meeting. For perhaps the first time, the city’s elected leaders and many in the city itself got to hear from the people — real, actual human beings — who serve as sworn officers of our Madison Police Department.

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Why Code Madison Forward?

We believe technology is a space meant for all, but not accessible to all.

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Leader to Leader

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Want to make better business connections? Remember names

I recently did a weekend retreat for a professional services firm. Prior to the event there was a considerable amount of pre-work with the organizers to make sure that we hit the targets that needed to be addressed. In addition, I made the extra effort to go on their website and look at the bios and pictures of those who would be in attendance. By the time of the event, I knew each person’s name and a little bit about him or her. Needless to say, the ability to connect on a personal level with each individual in attendance got us off and running in a very positive way.

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Legal Login

with Mindi Giftos and Andrew Schlidt

Is your company capturing the benefits of collaborative R&D?

A new report by the Industrial Research Institute in Washington, D.C. forecasts that global research and development (R&D) spending will increase by 3.5% in 2016 and reach nearly $2 trillion in value. About one quarter of the spend ($514 billion) will occur in the United States, with the remainder primarily in Asia and Europe.

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Blaska's Bring It!

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For this voter, it’s all about Pence, Hillary, and Scalia

The morning message from Scott Walker to delegates to the Republican National Convention here in Cleveland amounts to this: Swallow hard.

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Are you planting seeds for growth within your organization?

I marvel at old trees. Especially the giant oaks we have around the Madison area. I’m lucky because I get to see them in the country when I’m out biking and also when I’m walking around town.

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Cleveland Republicans are what democracy looks like, I suppose

Okay, so we got rolled. I am an alternate delegate to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. We’re meeting at the Quicken Loans Arena, where the Cleveland Cavaliers won the city’s first championship. But the delegation would not permit me onto the floor until the convention rules were enacted. Those rules bound delegates to their state’s presidential-preference primary election results.

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Inside Wisconsin

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At UW–Stout, a working model for how to prepare students for a career

Depending on how old you are and how long you’ve lived in Wisconsin, you’ve likely heard the dismissive phrase, “When in doubt, Stout!” It’s an outdated reference to UW–Stout being a college choice of last resort.

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The war on police takes more casualties

I’m in Cleveland for the Republican National Convention, looking down from the brand new Hilton Hotel over Lake Erie. In between, the flags at the Cuyahoga County Courthouse fly at half-mast.

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Angry shareholders group files suit against Promega, Linton

Exact Sciences sells shares

Downtown post office moving to Square

New west campus for Madison College

M3 releases 2016 health benefits report

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