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Love the Library

Love the Library

A gala held to unveil the newly finished Pinney Library raised more than $92,000 for the library's capital campaign and endowment.

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Archive »Professional of the Week

Theresa L. Roetter, DeWitt LLP

Theresa L. Roetter, DeWitt LLP

IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Theresa L. Roetter, attorney, DeWitt LLP.

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Archive »40 Under 40 - Where Are They Now?

Marechiel Santos-Lang, Class of 2010

Marechiel Santos-Lang, Class of 2010

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 Marechiel Santos-Lang, National Commercial Services construction escrow officer, First American Title.

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Exit Stage Right

with Martha Sullivan

Uncertainty, risk, and the impact on business value

These days, it doesn’t feel like we have control, does it? We’re constantly bombarded by the uncertainty swirling around the globe. Between politics, COVID-19, and stock market news, there is a steady diet of uncertainty coming your way.

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#SocialBiz

with Spencer X Smith

‘I have to’ v. ‘I get to’: A small change in vocabulary that can change your attitude

Here’s a phrase I’m striving to eliminate from my vocabulary — “I have to …”

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Open Mic

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What I learned my first week at home

My job is to be an extrovert and represent our company in the community. My typical day involves meeting numerous people in person, cultivating existing relationships, and developing new ones. With the onset of COVID-19, my calendar started getting wiped clean with cancellations and I had to come up with a new plan — FAST!

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Connecting amid coronavirus: Some advice for lonely extroverts

When suddenly faced with indefinite isolation, the collapse of all events and social outings, the end of networking opportunities (often multiple events per week), and the inability to have face-to-face interactions or group discussions, the effects can be emotionally draining and utterly depressing for even the most positive extrovert.

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Transportation Matters

with Debby Jackson

Together, we will get through this

I’m happy today to focus on a positive, particularly how the construction industry, including transportation, is pitching in right now to help frontline health care workers in Wisconsin.

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COVID-19: Strategies to overcome the current challenges

In a time when things are changing day to day, how do you keep business running as usual? Is it possible? What pieces need to be in place to ensure your business will endure? These are all questions we've been hearing from our clients in the last week.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Following the flight of the ‘black swan’: Entrepreneurs in the coronavirus era

​Sequoia Capital, the Silicon Valley venture capital firm with a 50-year track record of overall success, issued a March 5 memo headlined: “Coronavirus is the Black Swan of 2020,” meaning the spread of the virus is an unexpected disruption with widespread financial effects.

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OSHA record-keeping considerations for workplace exposures to COVID-19

While OSHA specifically exempts employers from recording incidents of employees contracting “common colds and the flu” in the workplace, the agency noted that COVID-19 is not exempt.

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The coronavirus, Fed rates, and cybersecurity: What you should know

The past few weeks have been an unprecedented time across the globe. The spread of COVID-19 has proven just how connected we are as a global community. In addition to taking important measures toward limiting the spread of COVID-19, here are a few other things to keep in mind about the changing economic landscape.

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Archive »Business Report

BACC says alders snuck anti-115th resolution onto Tuesday's agenda

Trump signs $2.2 trillion rescue plan into law

Mad City Sales has auto dealership license suspended

Petition started to reopen golf courses

Hy-Vee announces bonus for employees during COVID-19 pandemic

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