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Schools for Haiti Gala

Schools for Haiti Gala

The event raised over $210,000 to support approximately 1,800 children in 10 schools and a kindergarten in Haiti.

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Amy Nickles, Attic Angel Association

Amy Nickles, Attic Angel Association

IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features Amy Nickles, chair, Attic Angel Association.

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Making Madison

with Buckley Brinkman

Talent wars transforming the economy

For the first time in my life, long-term labor shortages will drive transformation throughout our economy.

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6 mistakes to avoid when designing for print

Designing for printed material, big and small, has requirements that don’t apply when you are designing for the web or social media. Here are some of the common mistakes printers see when files are submitted for printing.

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Exit Stage Right

with Martha Sullivan

Most powerful secret every entrepreneur should know

Have you ever heard of ACT-W or Chick Tech? ACT-W stands for Advancing the Careers of Technical Women, which, in concert with Chick Tech, gives women and girls an inclusive platform to pursue careers in all forms of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Robocall relief may be coming, but it’s likely temporary and won’t be foolproof

There are “four serious charges” against me, someone can sell me the answer to my “chronic back pain,” I can translate what sounds like Mandarin, and I appear to have as many friends in Belarus and Lithuania as I do in Baraboo and Lake Mills. How do I know all that and more? My robocalls.

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Making Madison

with Buckley Brinkman

How not to confuse trends and technology

I’m finally back home after another swing through the east. I came back with two critical learnings. First, most people confuse trends and technology, chasing squirrels and becoming fixated with the next new shiny object that grabs their attention.

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The Gray Area

with Donna Gray

The hardest part of letting go of 'stuff'

Like many others, I recently spent a recent cold, rainy weekend binge-watching a television program, only instead of a drama or comedy, I binge-watched American Pickers.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Upper Midwest’s ‘I-Q Corridor’ offers options to coastal congestion

Aaron Kennedy is an entrepreneur with national credentials. He was founder and CEO for Noodles & Company, led Colorado’s successful branding and marketing campaign, managed product rollouts for major firms, and continues to advise emerging companies through some of the nation’s leading accelerators.

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Progressive HR

with Coreyne Woodman-Holoubek

Essential takeaways from the 2019 Workplace Intelligence Report

Bulging with a wealth of data, the 2019 Workplace Intelligence Report, a collaboration between Greenhouse and George LaRocque from HRWins, offers impressive amounts of information and hard data from more than 1,300 business leaders and 4,000 employees in the U.S. and the U.K.

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You have a nonpaying client who is ignoring your calls — what next?

As a business owner, you know that nonpaying clients can eat into your bottom line and cause a host of problems.

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5 outdated IT practices that companies need to eliminate

Technology changes nearly as quickly as the calendar flips. A new device or upgrade that was trending not long ago may become antiquated or obsolete before you know it.

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Exit Stage Right

with Martha Sullivan

Confusing business discipline with being fancy

Exiting a business is complex. It’s full of intertwined parts and pieces between the business, your personal and financial life, the lives of your employees, customers, and vendors, and so on.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Idealism or inevitable? Greening of America well underway

Renewable energy sources; conservation strategies in manufacturing, construction, and other sectors; “smart” power grids and transportation hubs; and making wise use of natural resources are all part of the U.S. economy’s general movement toward sustainability.

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Retirement for business owners: Don’t put all your (nest) eggs in one basket

For many small- to medium-sized businesses, the owner's single largest investment is the business itself. The retirement plan is to live off the sale of his or her life’s work.

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Leader to Leader

with Terry Siebert

5 drivers for professional and personal success

In a world that is continuously asking us all to do more, better, faster — always with fewer resources — it takes a solid combination of skills and attitudes to not only survive, but also thrive and enjoy life!

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Unnamed company receiving state tax credits for out-of-state jobs was Exact Sciences

Downtown Madison Gap to close

Train car serves up boutique events

SSM, UnityPoint Health collaborate to produce generic antibiotics

MGE: Carbon-free electricity by 2050

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