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Verona to close out Epic TIF district

The City of Verona is licking its chops over the impending closure of the TIF 7 district, created in 2002 to lure Epic to its community. Since moving to Verona, Epic has grown from a 550-employee company to a 9,500-employee company with about $2 billion in revenue.

Co-op approved for north side

With Pierce’s Northside Market’s lease ending on Sherman Avenue, a third Willy Street Co-op will open soon in its place after the co-op’s board voted to support plans to move into the site.

Soglin pushes new public market site

Madison Mayor Paul Soglin is introducing a resolution to allow city staff members to start negotiating with the owners of the Washington Plaza shopping center at the corner of East Washington Avenue and First Street.

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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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Verona to close out Epic TIF district

Co-op approved for north side

Soglin pushes new public market site

AkitaBox secures $1.1M

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