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Bird's-Eye View: Brenda Hacker builds Greater Madison from the top down

Bird's-Eye View: Brenda Hacker builds Greater Madison from the top down

Brenda Hacker doesn’t drive, bike, or walk to her office. She climbs. The 44-year-old heavy-equipment operator for J.H. Findorff & Sons Inc. gets her cardiovascular workout each morning as she ascends to her capsule, 220 feet in the sky.

2014 Commercial Space Guide

2014 Commercial Space Guide

In the hunt for commercial space, local landlords are beginning to realize that the financial decline of 2008-09 has bottomed out and the market is gradually returning to a state of equilibrium where neither landlords nor tenants have a distinct advantage. Still, there are a few clouds overhead as businesses consider lease renewals and try to determine if their existing space still works for them.

Constellation’s developers seeking another star attraction in the Galaxie

Constellation’s developers seeking another star attraction in the Galaxie

What do you do when you’ve already added a Constellation to the emerging canvas that is the increasingly vibrant East Washington corridor? You create a Galaxie, of course. Gebhardt Development, which recently struck gold with the Constellation, its first major East Wash development, has officially closed on all aspects of the $90 million Galaxie project, and construction is expected to commence in August, according to company owner Otto Gebhardt.

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IBTV Coffee Break: Aaron Olver, economic development director, city of Madison

This week, IBTV Coffee Break interviews Aaron Olver, director of economic development for the city of Madison, to discuss opportunities for economic development around the state, to hear his perspectives on the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation and the impact of the recall election on economic development.

IBTV Coffee Break: Kurt Bauer, President/CEO WMC Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce

This week’s IBTV Coffee Break is with Kurt Bauer, president/CEO of WMC – Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce. The statewide chamber of commerce represents over 3,500 of Wisconsin’s businesses, including many signature companies, with the average business represented having under 50 employees. In this interview, we get to hear about the organization, who it represents, some of its philanthropic activities, its new communications activities, why it appears to be focused on representing the political perspectives of a single party, and why the jobs situation in Wisconsin hasn’t been as strong as desired.

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