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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.
Madison Public Library Foundation hosted more than 400 guests for Ex Libris: New Recipe, the organization's 11th annual fall fundraiser, on Nov. 5 at Central Library.
Over 40 area steamfitters volunteered a day of labor to inspect and service heating systems in 40 qualified veterans’ homes throughout Dane County.
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.
IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Jane Ryan, vice president – client solutions, FarWell.
IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features T.R. Moreau, director–BMO Wealth Management, advisor–BMO Private Bank.
Here’s a holiday office gift no business should want. Sophisticated cyberthieves have taken to delivering innocent-looking packages, usually without any department or person named, in anticipation they will sit unnoticed and unclaimed on a mailroom shelf for a while. Inside the package: Devices that can remotely steal or compromise a company’s digital data.
As chief information officer at Johnson Financial Group, I seek to ensure our technology never gets in the way of the business moving forward. I call this “future-proofing” a business — though that may not mean quite what you’d expect.
A strange thing happened at the global climate summit in Glasgow: Nuclear power was not given the customary back of the hand.
Suddenly, it seems, more people are intrigued by investing in businesses owned or led by people of color.
When you think about all the uproar in Packerland over the last few weeks, don’t you wonder where the grown-ups were? I do.
As they pitched to investors during the recent Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium, many entrepreneurs made a point of saying their companies are “QNBV-certified,” which is an acronym for one of Wisconsin’s oldest and most successful tax credit programs.
During the 1970s and ’80s, inflation was truly out of control. Prices would increase by 10–14% or more so quickly that consumers would buy things immediately simply to avoid paying substantially more the next month, the next week, or even the next day.
On Nov. 4, 2021, the Occupational Safety & Hazard Administration (OSHA) released its Emergency Temporary Standard (“rule”) which requires most private-sector employers with 100 or more employees (“covered employers”) to adopt COVID-19 vaccination and testing policies.