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YPWeek focuses on retaining homegrown young professionals

YPWeek focuses on retaining homegrown young professionals

You know the cliché about millennials moving back home with mom and dad after college? Well, whether today’s young professionals have always called Wisconsin home, or just adopted the Badger State while attending college here, a concerted effort is being made to show them that staying right at home isn’t such a bad thing after all.

Lands’ End apologizes for Steinem interview

Lands’ End is backtracking after a decision to feature feminist Gloria Steinem in its spring catalog sparked a huge backlash. In a story from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Dodgeville-based clothing manufacturer was called out by LifeNews, a pro-life news agency, for featuring Steinem, which it described as a “pro-abortion feminist” to launch its yearlong “Legend Series.”

Take Five with Rick Davidson: Impatient narcissists rule

Take Five with Rick Davidson: Impatient narcissists rule

While customers in the digital age already expect a well-choreographed experience across all communications channels, the cognitive enterprise already underway is driven by a proliferation of data and will be marked by its ability to anticipate customer behaviors in ways that improve the human condition. In this Take Five interview, Rick Davidson, president and CEO of Cimphoni, explains why businesses should begin making the transition to a cognitive enterprise.

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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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