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Serial sense

Live webinars are dead. If that sounds like a statement made with too much certitude, consider the reasoning of serial entrepreneur Jason Weaver.

Charter launches education grant program

Applications are now being accepted for Charter Communications Inc.’s 2020 Spectrum Digital Education grant program, which supports nonprofit organizations that educate community members on the benefits of broadband and how to use it in their lives.

How to land a remote job — and hire remote workers — in the new remote-work world

By now, nearly three months into the COVID-19 outbreak, if you can work from home, you have. However, even as some workplaces are now beginning the slow process of returning workers to the office, many others are giving employees the flexibility and freedom to continue working remotely for as long as they feel is necessary. That means that job interviews and the recruitment process will largely be done remotely for the foreseeable future, as well, and that “first day” and onboarding for remote-first employees will look very different.

Hanging in there

During a period that can aptly be described as the COVID-19 cold shoulder, perhaps the most repeated phrase of local business operators has been a hopeful one. “When we come out of this” not only reflects their hope for a rebound, it speaks to their eagerness to get back to business.

Madison company identifies municipal responses to COVID-19 pandemic

As small governments and municipalities feel the effects of COVID-19 on their communities and budgets, the question many are asking is, “How are others handling this?” Taralinda Willis, co-founder and CEO of Madison-based Curate is hoping her company can help provide some answers.

WISC-TV still not broadcasting on full signal

After a decision last year to move its broadcasting signal to a new frequency, WISC-TV is still not at full power due to necessary equipment upgrades that have yet to be completed.

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