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From super meltdowns to new arenas, sports’ effect on the economy is uncertain

From super meltdowns to new arenas, sports’ effect on the economy is uncertain

After the ball clattered off Brandon Bostick’s helmet two weeks ago during the most notorious onside kick in Green Bay Packers history, a frisson of dread tore through the heart of Packers Nation. Instead of sealing their NFC Championship victory with a few Eddie Lacy runs and a kneel-down or two, the Packers put the finishing touches on one of the most improbable playoff meltdowns in decades.

Crazy? A glimpse inside the mind of retail legend ‘TV Lenny’ Mattioli

Crazy? A glimpse inside the mind of retail legend ‘TV Lenny’ Mattioli

Lenny Mattioli, Madison’s TV, furniture, and appliance king for three decades, has a lot of wisdom to impart about running a retail business. The former mechanical engineer with Eastman Kodak came to Madison in 1969 to help close his dying brother’s 15-year-old Atwood Avenue American TV and Furniture shop, but he soon discovered he really enjoyed being behind the counter.

Session will look at health care coverage available to small businesses under ACA

Session will look at health care coverage available to small businesses under ACA

The Affordable Care Act has been a political football since it was first passed in 2010, and during the October 2013 HealthCare.gov rollout, the federal government handled it about as deftly as a Packers special teamer trying to recover an onside kick.

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  • EatStreet gobbles up more market share

    Madison Noteworthy co-host Christi Andringa talks with EatStreet co-founder Matt Howard about his fast-growing online food-ordering service. EatStreet, which launched in 2010, allows customers to order from more than 200 restaurants in Madison and 15,000 across the country.

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Monona friary could be sold for development

Esker acquires TermSync

STIHL coming to Cottage Grove

Duluth Trading Co. to expand to Iowa

Anchor to sell Viroqua branch

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