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Will the Kraft-Heinz merger lead to local job cuts?

Will the Kraft-Heinz merger lead to local job cuts?

It’s an iconic brand that’s left an indelible mark on American popular culture, all the way from “B-O-L-O-G-N-A” to the whimsical Wienermobile. But beyond that, Oscar Mayer remains a top employer in the Greater Madison area and an important cog in the local economy.

Kilt-y Pleasures: Age-old fashion makes for a lucrative business at Alt.Kilt

Kilt-y Pleasures: Age-old fashion makes for a lucrative business at Alt.Kilt

“Some of my friends don’t own any pants,” says Alt.Kilt founder and owner Regina Davan. “They only wear kilts.” Kilts have been around since the 16th century, and the garment is largely associated with Scotland, where plaid tartans of various colors have carried on through the ages under clan names such as Wallace or Meldrum.

Black Earth Meats' owner still optimistic about the future

Black Earth Meats' owner still optimistic about the future

Bartlett Durand has been through a lot in the past year. In July, his slaughterhouse business, Black Earth Meats, was forced to close after the Village of Black Earth deemed it a “public nuisance” and the two sides were unable to reach an agreement. Later, a Kickstarter campaign that Durand hoped would allow him to buy back his equipment failed to reach its goal of $225,000. Still, the co-owner of Black Earth Meats remains optimistic about the future.

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Brightside Skincare aims to be natural choice

Madison Noteworthy's Mike Victorson interviews Kerri Johanning of Brightside Skincare. Johanning worked on developing her products for almost a year, including consulting with the American Cancer Society to provide a healthy, natural skin-care line.

On the Job: Alt.Kilt

Madison-based kilt maker Regina Davan shares how she makes her custom kilts, which she sells to customers around the world.

Dane County's 3-D printing pioneer

IBTV kicks off its partnership with Madison Noteworthy with this exciting feature on Midwest Prototyping, a local company that's on the cutting edge of 3-D printing services.

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