April 9, 2020
AmFam rebate: The economics behind auto policy refunds
Fewer drivers on the road mean fewer accidents, fewer claims, and greater profits. But why would a company decide to give some of those profits back to its customers?
2020 CDA Best New Development or Renovation - Restaurant/Bar
The Sylvee lets concertgoers see their favorite performing artists in a remarkably intimate setting
2020 CDA Best New Development
or Renovation - Hotel
Hotel Indigo was built to keep pace with the growth on Madison's near-east side
The 2020 Commercial Design Awards are sponsored by CG Schmidt and Old National Bank.
Developer wants to raze 9 houses near capitol
Gov. Evers directs DNR to close 40 state parks, other areas
Old Sugar Distillery collaborates with state brewers
Concerts on the Square delayed 5 weeks
Billboard lawsuit dismissed in federal court
Foxconn reports jobs, spending for 2019
AmFam to provide COVID-19 relief
Historic optimism ends for small businesses
Hobby Lobby, PC/Nametag, Lands' End report furloughs
Wisconsin sales tax revenue to take a hit
Ho-Chunk Nation begins layoffs due to closures
TASC updates employer resource website
Hospitals pivot on acceptance of homemade masks
Tech council creates employment resource portal
Apartment association launches COVID-19 task force
20 Years of 40 Under 40: Where Are They Now?
John Miller, Class of 2011
IB is catching up with 40 Under 40 alums to see what they've been up to lately. This week features
John Miller, executive vice president and general manager, PDS.
We also caught up with
, co-founder, Barrel + Beam
, Class of 2010.
A guest blog by Jeff Ellestad
Dealing with a disruption in cash flow
Live Well, Work Well
By Debra Lafler
The well-being guide for working remotely
A guest blog by Rich Armstrong, et al.
How to take fear out of the workplace
With Gov. Evers closing 40 state parks and other recreational areas as of April 10, where will you go for your outdoor fix during the pandemic?
A. There are still lots of state trails to enjoy!
B. Neighborhood walks will have to suffice.
C. My backyard is nice.
D. I haven't left my house in weeks, so why start now?
To cast your vote, click here and then scroll down to the IB Poll on the right-hand side of the page.
Results from last week's poll question:
According to the latest Marquette Law School poll, 44% of Wisconsinites think things will return to normal from the COVID-19 crisis by the end of May. Do you agree?
Yes, that's two months from now. We'll have a handle on it by then.
I'm hopeful, but not optimistic. Feels more like end of summer to me.
No way. We won't see "normal" until sometime this fall at best.
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