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UW workers to get pay raise

The University of Wisconsin announced a plan to get faculty and staff a 4% pay increase over the next two years, beginning with a 2% increase this summer.

January 2018

Last call for Biz Plan Contest nominees

Tech startups can still enter the Governor’s Business Plan Contest online through 5 p.m. on Jan. 31.

January 2018
Rethinking resolutions

Rethinking resolutions

So we’re, what, a few days into the new year? How many resolutions have you broken already? Did you even bother making any?

January 2018

On millennials and their socialist flirtation

One of the most talked about aspects of the millennial generation is that a large segment of them — 43% in a 2016 poll by YouGov — have rather dreamy notions of socialism.

January 2018
It’s not only startups that can innovate

It’s not only startups that can innovate

If you don’t innovate, you die.

January 2018

WISTAX merger complete, now WPF

The merger of the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance (WISTAX) and Milwaukee-based Public Policy Forum has resulted in a new name for the combined organization: Wisconsin Policy Forum (WPF).

January 2018
Nonprofit Draft Day seeks recruits to serve on boards

Nonprofit Draft Day seeks recruits to serve on boards

Dane County has more nonprofits than any other county in the state. However, many of these local nonprofits have board seats that remain unfilled, despite the fact that Madison has one of the most educated talent pools in the state.

January 2018

UW Biz School dean resigns

Anne Massey, dean of the UW–Madison School of Business, announced her resignation, saying she and Chancellor Rebecca Blank had differing visions for the school.

December 2017
Coffee crusaders

Coffee crusaders

Not a lot of businesses start at gunpoint, but the seeds — or beans, if you will — of Just Coffee Cooperative were planted while co-founder Matt Earley stared down the barrel of Mexican paramilitary rifles.

December 2017

School Board eyes land for new school

Noting that it currently does not own land for new schools on the far west side, Madison School Board members voted to submit a $2,050,000 offer for an eight-acre parcel of land in a future Veridian Homes subdivision named Acacia Ridge.

December 2017
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