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  • Virtual Icons in Business with Joe Loehnis of Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra

    In Business hosted its first virtual Icons in Business event on June 3 featuring Joe Loehnis, CEO of the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra. Loehnis discussed WCO's impact on the community, the evolution of Concerts on the Square, and how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting the arts industry locally and globally — leading to a conversation on innovation and change.

    Thanks to our sponsors: WPS Health Solutions, The Madison Concourse Hotel, ActionCOACH, and Baker Tilly.

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Thanking health care heroes

Thanking health care heroes

Almost 2,000 colorful flowers were given away to health care workers at UW Hospital on May 1.

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Archive »Professional of the Week

Angie Buelow, Goodnight Madison and WiscKids Books

Angie Buelow, Goodnight Madison and WiscKids Books

IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Angie Buelow, author/owner, Goodnight Madison and WiscKids Books.

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Archive »40 Under 40 - Where Are They Now?

Tom Pietras, Class of 2001

Tom Pietras, Class of 2001

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 Tom Pietras, partnership strategist (retired), American Family Insurance.

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Open Mic

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Open letter on unrest and racism

This last week I have experienced a range of emotions related not only to another unjust African American male death, but to the insidious racism that permeates throughout our society.

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Open Mic

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Practical safety considerations for employers amid Wisconsin reopening efforts

The loosening of statewide restrictions raises several practical and legal questions for employers as businesses assess how to proceed amid the ongoing public health crisis.

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Live Well, Work Well

with Debra Lafler

Connection is just as important as eating your veggies

Our society has not only separated our body from our mind when it comes to health, but it also has separated us from each other. We falsely assume that we are like computers or machines that operate independently, and this assumption has impacted our health dramatically. So, how do we heal and foster health?

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Mosaic Marketplace

with Deborah Biddle — A blog for diverse business enterprises in and around Madison.

Corporate responses to racism during troubling times

​I am occasionally asked by organizational leaders, “What should I do?” in response to societal issues involving bias and racism. Questions like, “What should I say?” or “How can I help?” come from compassionate well-meaning leaders and colleagues who sincerely want to know what to do.

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Open Mic

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I still can’t breathe: Statement against the murder of George Floyd

​Once again, it seems we are witnessing a surge in “murder by cop” and other blatant acts of racism against black people throughout the nation.

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Leader to Leader

with Terry Siebert

Reflections, early morning, June 1, 2020

The founder of my organization, Dale Carnegie, said that we are creatures of emotion, not logic. Unfortunately, his statement rang all too true this past weekend.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Even with new scientific paths, broad vaccine availability still a year or more away

President Trump has ordered a Manhattan Project-style effort called “Operation Warp Speed” that aims to inoculate almost all Americans by late 2020 or early 2021 with a coronavirus vaccine. Closer to home, the reopening order for Dane County may not be fully implemented until a vaccine is available in quantities that could make a difference.

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Open Mic

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Health resources aid in safer return to work

​As states begin to relax their stay-at-home orders and communities plan for the reopening of local economies, many may be returning to work and engaging in more regular social activity. While the return to some semblance of normalcy may come as a relief, questions about one’s own health or the health of family members may remain.

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Exit Stage Right

with Martha Sullivan

The power of process

Of all the lessons of recent months, one of the more surprising ones was how little most of us knew about the proper way to do simplest thing. We’ve been doing it since the days we first could reach a faucet — wash our hands.

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Archive »Business Report

Survey: Madison unemployment less affected by COVID-19 than Milwaukee

Madison beaches open with limitations

After postponement, Summerfest is canceled

Sun Prairie festival looking at offering drive-thru sweet corn

Health officials give green light to Parade of Homes

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IB Madison Poll

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