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14 local black-owned businesses recognized

14 local black-owned businesses recognized

The strength of the local black business community will be on full display during the third annual Madison Black Chamber of Commerce Awards Dinner Recognition & Exhibition.

February 2020

Winnow Fund secures funding from Wisconsin-based corporations

Addressing frequent criticism that Wisconsin companies don’t support the state’s venture community, the Winnow Fund, a Madison-based, seed-stage venture capital fund, has received investment commitments from three prominent Wisconsin companies and a Madison-based private-equity firm.

February 2020
Worthy of recognition

Worthy of recognition

Last November, Kim Sponem, president and CEO of Summit Credit Union, was named to the Credit Union Executive Society’s (CUES) Hall of Fame for her lifetime achievement and dedication to the credit union movement.

February 2020

Old National Bank closing 6 Dane County branches

After acquiring Anchor BanCorp Wisconsin Inc. in 2016, Indiana-based Old National Bancorp, parent of Old National Bank, announced it will close some of its brick-and-mortar branches in the Midwest, including 10 in Wisconsin.

January 2020
Who’s paying for those cash rewards on your credit card?

Who’s paying for those cash rewards on your credit card?

With changing consumer tastes, occasional recessions, and real-time social media critiques that can damage a reputation in seconds, it’s more challenging than ever to successfully operate a dining establishment. So, it doesn’t help when credit card companies and major banks come up with a new way to twist the knife and make themselves look like false heroes to boot.

January 2020
A career spent making a difference

A career spent making a difference

Salli Martyniak began transitioning out of her role as president of Forward Community Investments at the end of 2019, though she’s quick to say she isn’t retiring; she has more work to do, she’s just ready to do it at her own pace.

January 2020
Madison execs wish big for 2020

Madison execs wish big for 2020

As we look ahead at all 2020 has to offer, we checked in with some of Greater Madison’s top execs — who also happen to be winners of our 2020 Executive of the Year awards — to see what tops their wish lists for their businesses/organizations and the entire region in the new year.

January 2020

Celebrating exemplary leaders

Quality management isn’t the only ingredient in business success, but it is the most essential one. With that conviction, IB launched the Executive of the Year awards program seven years ago, and in that time, our belief that executive excellence is worth celebrating has only grown stronger.

January 2020
Ubiquitous consumption

Ubiquitous consumption

American consumers are in a very good mood, if decreasing monetary anxiety is any indication, and they are propping up an American economy in spite of multiple anchors threatening to weigh it down.

January 2020

Bank executives: Economy is on a roll

A poll from the Wisconsin Bankers Association shows banking executives bullish on the economy through 2020. Nearly 80 percent of Wisconsin bankers say the economy is good and will continue on this track through 2020.

December 2019
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