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IB honored some of Madison’s brightest professionals during the ninth annual Executive of the Year awards Jan. 18 at the Overture Center’s Capitol Theater.
At the final Icons in Business presentation of 2021, Kimberly Jones, airport director for the Dane County Regional Airport, offered insight into the airport’s history, its impact on the local economy, and the $85 million expansion now underway.
IB held its second reunion for past 40 Under 40 classes on Nov. 9, bringing back 21 years of honorees for an evening of networking and memories at The Madison Club.
IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Alex Bauer, commercial client advisor, Hausmann Group.
IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Meg S.L. Pekarske, partner, Husch Blackwell.
IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Jane Simon, vice president–private banking, State Bank of Cross Plains.
In the late summer of 2021, a report by the Epic Health Research Network concluded that children who live in housing built before 1978 or in poor households were in greater risk of harmful exposure to lead, mainly through water or paint.
Say goodbye to the out-of-the-blue, icy interruptions of years past. The cold call is dead.
Supreme Court: OSHA exceeded its authority by requiring large employers to adopt mandatory vaccination policies, but health care providers can require employee vaccinations.
Inside a packed hearing room in the state Capitol, scores of bankers and credit union executives gathered last Tuesday to debate a bill the bankers viewed as a threat and the credit union leaders described as a modest boost for their growth.
There was big news out of Washington just before the holidays. The enactment of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Acts, also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, has the transportation community and policymakers abuzz. This legislation has been heralded as the largest increase in federal highway and public transit investment in more than 50 years, a once-in-a-generation investment.
Every year about this time, scores of people sit down to write out their goals for the new year — for their family, for themselves, and for their business. It is an important exercise that clears the cobwebs out and has the potential to jump-start real progress.
You either have it or you don’t. How many times have you heard that? Or a business owner saying, “I was born to be an entrepreneur.” But in business and life, things are rarely that black and white.
Over the course of 18 years, finalists in the Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest have earned $2.5 million in cash and service prizes — valuable items such as office space, accounting help, and legal advice.