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On the Rise: Carly Brady, MATC

In this month's issue, IB gets to know Carly Brady, academic manager–academic technology for Madison Area Technical College.

Professional of the Week

Michael Riechers, Dane County Regional Airport

IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Michael Riechers, director of marketing and communications, Dane County Regional Airport.

40 Under 40 - Where Are They Now?

Dawn Crim, Class of 2005

IB is celebrating 20 years of the 40 Under 40 in 2020, and will be catching up with past recipients to see what they’ve been up to since they were honored. This week features Dawn Crim, secretary, Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services.

Virtual Icons in Business with Greg Marcus of The Marcus Corp.

In Business hosted its first virtual Icons in Business event of the year on March 25 featuring Greg Marcus, president and CEO of The Marcus Corp.

During the virtual presentation, Greg Marcus shared insight into leading the Milwaukee-based organization during the COVID-19 pandemic, the challenges of reopening hotels and theaters during this tumultuous time, and the opportunities facing the industry.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor, WPS Health Solutions, and our additional sponsors: The Madison Concourse Hotel, ActionCOACH, and Baker Tilly.


The paradox of the current job market

Virtually every conversation I have had with a business owner or executive in the last few weeks includes the lament that they desperately need and cannot, for love or money, hire new employees.

Couples and money: Agreeing on financial priorities

One of the easiest ways for couples — or even business partners — to find themselves fighting about finances is when they don’t share the same priorities regarding how, when, and where to spend money.

Yet another reason to ride — May is Bike Month

As a kid, I loved to ride my bike. It was my primary form of transportation to get around my neighborhood, and it was freedom. I had a bright yellow Schwinn Fair Lady with a banana seat and monkey handlebars. It was so cool.

Tech world watches as Apple and Epic Games slug it out in court

First released in 2017, one of the enduringly popular versions of the online video game Fortnite is called “Battle Royale.” That’s also a fitting name for the high-stakes federal court trial pitting Fortnite developer Epic Games against Apple, an icon of the mobile economy.

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