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John S. Chapman, Eppstein Uhen Architects

John S. Chapman, Eppstein Uhen Architects

IB’s Professional of the Week is the premier way to meet Dane County’s professionals. This week features John S. Chapman, AIA, NCARB, Madison studio director, Eppstein Uhen Architects.

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Up in smoke? New Wisconsin governor proposes marijuana legalization and host of new employment laws

Wisconsin employers reviewing Gov. Tony Evers’ very first budget proposal may be surprised at the number of employment-related items.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Building stronger tech workforce is issue nationally and Wisconsin

Young people are natives when it comes to using technology, from smartphones to tablets and from social media to video games, but they can be aliens when it comes to working in tech jobs.

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Live Well, Work Well

with Debra Lafler

Transform ‘cake culture’ with love and nutrition

Workplaces are notorious for having cake in break rooms. Maybe it’s doughnuts or cookies or candy, but the point is that dessert is everywhere at work.

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The advantage of Section 179 for business equipment financing

Section 179 might sound like part of a football stadium, a concert hall, or a military court martial, but if you buy or finance business equipment, you’ll want to know about this part of the IRS tax code that could help save your business money on important business equipment acquisitions.

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The Gray Area

with Donna Gray

Focus on customer service

A big customer service challenge today is to identify exactly what customers want and then deliver it. Creating the right experience for each customer is the key in this new era in customer service.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

For entrepreneurs, line between opportunity and necessity is hard to draw

One of the highlights of the annual Governor’s Business Plan Contest is a half-day “boot camp” for contestants who reach the semifinal round. They gather to hear from experts on elements of writing a solid plan, to ask questions, and to network with entrepreneurs like themselves.

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3 reasons online marketplaces help small businesses choose health insurance

In this digital age, online benefits marketplaces render finding employee insurance for your employees as modern and straightforward as searching for and buying other high-ticket items such as automobiles or homes.

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Worry about cybercrime? You’re not alone

Nearly a quarter of Americans were victims of cybercrime last year, according to Gallup’s 2018 crime survey data.

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Making Madison

with Buckley Brinkman

Capitol’s partisan divide looks like a middle school dance

Much of the gridlock in Washington seems to be caused by adult versions of, “They started it!”

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

Industrial hemp may be agriculture’s next big thing, but Wisconsin can’t dawdle

Wisconsin was once a leading producer of wheat, but a combination of disease and pests devastated the state’s crop in the 1860s. Farmers turned to alternatives, from rye to barley, and from produce to corn.

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Literacy matters: Don’t just celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday — do something!

We all can agree that a literate population is important not only for our country, but also for our local community because the cost of illiteracy is too high to ignore.

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Progressive HR

with Coreyne Woodman-Holoubek

The future is now: Lessons from the Milwaukee Blockchain Conference

About 85 percent of the jobs people will be doing in 2030 do not yet exist. Moreover, it’s predicted that up to 375 million workers worldwide will be affected by emerging technologies.

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Exit Stage Right

with Martha Sullivan

Know when it’s time to harvest your company’s value

About this time of year, people daydream about escaping winter. Let’s sell the business, sell the house, sell the kids, get what we can, and run away.

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Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

For hospital price shopping, Wisconsin solution better than new federal fix

Little-noticed by the public but a source of pain for most health systems was a Trump administration order in January that hospitals must post list prices for their services, in theory offering consumers more transparency and competitive choice.

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More drama threatens Judge Doyle Square

Med Flight changes helicopter provider

County ends partnership with zoological society

SEC sides with MGE in shareholder dispute

OM Indian Fusion closes on East Wash

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Recent Comments

  • County ends partnership with zoological society

    What? Has Joe Parisi gone crazy? Wants to take over all concessions and operations from HVZS. Is he going to replace the 600 volunteers with paid county employees? HVZS has invested $17 million in ...
  • County ends partnership with zoological society

    For the facts, visit the Henry Vilas Zoological Society's Facebook page. There is a lot of misinformation being reported.
  • That BBQ Joint closing

    I've left downtown Madison for the sunny clime of central Phoenix, AZ, but I am very sad to see them go down. Two issues that I think negatively impacted the bottom line: 1. Often out of ...
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