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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

Cottage Grove fitness firm buys majority stake in Japanese massage chair manufacturer

Cottage Grove-based Johnson Health Tech Co., which manufactures and distributes fitness equipment around the globe, announced that it purchased a majority stake, or 60 percent, of Fujiiryoki, a Japanese company that specializes in massage chairs.

February 2020

Kollege Town Sports in Sun Prairie closing, 106 jobs impacted

Sun Prairie-based Kollege Town Sports, a team sports and apparel company, was sold by Riddell, its parent company, to BSN Sports.

February 2020
Is a #SuperMonday day off in your future?

Is a #SuperMonday day off in your future?

​With FOX encouraging people to take #SuperMonday off work following its airing of the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 2, should companies be worried about the day after the Super Bowl hurting productivity?

January 2020

AmFam, Brewers make it official: American Family Field to debut in 2021

The purchase of naming rights is old news, but beginning in 2021, the actual new name of the Milwaukee Brewers ballpark will be American Family Field.

January 2020
Andrew Gundlach is fit to lead

Andrew Gundlach is fit to lead

Andrew Gundlach’s data could speak for itself: 34 Anytime Fitness locations, 230 employees, an average membership base of 28,000, $19.5 million in revenue, and an average lifetime value of $1,246.90 per member.

January 2020

Madison's public golf course neglect leads to millions in repairs

After years of neglect, the city’s four public golf courses, which haven’t shown back-to-back profits since 2001-02, could require between $34.7 million and $52.5 million in capital needs over the next 20 years.

January 2020

Children’s Museum seeks expansion, 75-foot climbing structure

Representatives of the Madison Children’s Museum, 100 N. Hamilton St., are proposing to replace an unstable 69-slot parking structure at Hamilton and Dayton streets with more usable visitor space.

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
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