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Making Madison an experiential travel destination

Making Madison an experiential travel destination

A new movement lead by the Great Madison Convention and Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) is aiming to tweak the line to something a little more local — When you visit Madison, you’ve done it all!

January 2018

Sam’s Club to close in Madison

Sixty-three Sam’s Club stores will close around the country, including Madison’s on Watts Road.

January 2018

Lands’ End announces airline deal

Lands’ End Inc. has been selected as the new uniform supplier for American Airlines Flight Service, Airport Customer Service, and Premium Customer Services.

January 2018
Broken branch?

Broken branch?

Pundits have been writing eulogies for print media for a couple decades now, but you’re likely still reading this article in a glossy paper copy of In Business magazine.

January 2018
IBMadison.com’s most-read stories of 2017

IBMadison.com’s most-read stories of 2017

On the eve of a brand new year and all its possibilities, we look back at our top feature articles, photo galleries, Business Report stories, and blogs by page views at IBMadison.com.

December 2017

Fleet Farm breaks ground in DeForest

Construction on a $25 million, 218,600-square-foot Mills Fleet Farm store has begun in DeForest.

December 2017

Consignment clothing shop opens

ReFind Style has moved from 2717 Atwood Ave. to 1639 Monroe St. in Madison, in the former location of Walters’ Swim ‘N Sun, which closed in September.

December 2017

Chalmers Jewelers adds East Wash store

After years on the city’s west side, Scott Chalmers has opened a second Chalmers Jewelers location at the corner of East Washington Avenue and North Blair Streets in the building that once housed Carats Et Kay and a local furrier before that.

December 2017

Why downtowns need constant nurturing

Susan Schmitz will be departing soon, but only as president of Downtown Madison Inc. After 20 years, she is stepping down at year’s end, but not before leaving not-so-subtle reminders about why downtowns matter.

December 2017

Home sales rebound in October

According to the Wisconsin REALTORS Association, statewide existing home sales increased 4.9% in October compared to October 2016, but a tight inventory continues to drive median prices higher, now at $175,000.

November 2017
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