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Supreme Court rules in Epic’s favor

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of allowing employers to require new employees to sign arbitration agreements barring them from organizing or filing class-action lawsuits to settle workplace disputes, according to media reports.

May 2018

Airbnb exceeds Madison revenue projections

In its first year under a new tax agreement with the City of Madison, tax revenues from Airbnb bookings around the city brought $324,000 in home-sharing tax revenue to the city.

May 2018

Biergarten changes recommended

Patrons of Madison’s Olbrich Park Biergarten may soon be able to purchase two glasses of beer at a time, if the City Council agrees with the recommendations of the alcohol licensing committee.

May 2018

A brewery and a movie

The Madison City Council will vote soon on a request from Flix Brewhouse to serve food, wine, and beer made at an on-site brewery at its new East Towne Mall location.

May 2018

Soccer expert hired to lure team

Big Top Events announced the hiring of soccer expert Peter Wilt, whose resume includes pro soccer team launches in five other markets, including Chicago and Indianapolis, to start a pro soccer team here.

May 2018

Boulders Climbing Gym plans expansion

Boulders Climbing Gym plans to open a second location in October on the Capitol Square.

May 2018

Food cart rule changes coming?

A proposed zoning change sponsored by downtown Alds. Mike Verveer, District 4, and Zach Wood, District 8, could make food carts much more economically viable.

May 2018

Jamaican restaurant moves

David’s Jamaican Cuisine on Monona Drive has moved a few buildings down into a larger location.

May 2018

Tuttle Lithography joins Badger Group

With Norm Tuttle’s retirement, Tuttle Lithography closed and became part of Fort Atkinson-based Badger Group in April, according to a release.

May 2018

Area nonprofits to share solar money

RENEW Wisconsin has selected 15 nonprofits around the state to share in grants to install solar electric systems.

May 2018
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