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Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014

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Steve Jagler

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Steve Jagler is executive editor of BizTimes in Milwaukee and is past president of the Milwaukee Press Club. BizTimes provides news and operational insight for the owners and managers of privately held companies throughout southeastern Wisconsin.

Steve has won several journalism awards as a reporter, a columnist and an editor. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

When he is not pursuing the news, Steve enjoys spending time with his wife, Kristi, and their two sons, Justin and James. Steve can be reached at

Recent Articles
 Sports - July 23, 2014
 Bowling centers fall into the gutter
 If you do a Google search for the phrase "bowling is a dying sport," you will discover that folks have been predicting the demise of keggling since the dawn of the digital age.
 Milwaukee Buzz - July 18, 2014
 Arena needs public champions to get it done
 The Milwaukee Cultural and Entertainment Capital Needs Task Force invited business leaders from Oklahoma City, Denver and Cleveland to discuss a new arena, mass transit and other infrastructure projects in Milwaukee.
 Marketplace - July 9, 2014
 Don't be afraid to fire a customer
 Though it may seem counterintuitive, there are times when the customer is not worth the drama, and the customer must be fired.
 Living - June 25, 2014
 Health care is due for next disruption
 Kay Plantes, an MIT-trained economist, author and expert on business model innovation, recently predicted the next big wave of innovation in health care.
 Movies & TV - June 11, 2014
 Tiering would end net neutrality
 The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently voted to open up recently proposed rules concerning the future of the Internet for public comment. The changes could end net neutrality.
 Milwaukee Buzz - May 29, 2014
 Get to know the millennials
 To many of my colleagues in the baby boom generation, the rising generation of millennials is a mystery.
 Marketplace - May 15, 2014
 Buffett could covet Wisconsin utilities
 Could Milwaukee-based Wisconsin Energy Corp. or Madison-based Aliant Energy Corp. become takeover targets for renowned investor Warren Buffett? Possibly, according to a new analysis by Bloomberg.
 Marketplace - April 30, 2014
 "Be bold, be brave, be strong and move forward!"
 When Harry S. Dennis III walked into the room, more times than not, he was the smartest guy in that room. So it is with great sadness and a profound sense of loss that I inform readers that Harry passed away on Sunday, April 27, from complications of pulmonary fibrosis.
 Milwaukee Buzz - April 22, 2014
 Lovell leaves strong legacy at UWM
 After a national search, Marquette University decided that the best candidate to be its next president was sitting in an office five miles across town. Sources said it was Marquette that pursued Michael Lovell, rather than the other way around. After all, Lovell will leave behind a strong legacy of achievement at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
 Dining - April 18, 2014
 Sheboygan, Johnsonville Sausage say 'nein' to Germany
 Sheboygan-based Johnsonville Sausage LLC says it is "as much amused as it is surprised" that the European Union, in negotiating the terms of a new trade deal with the United States, is pushing to trademark several different foods - including bratwurst - that have originated in an EU country.

Recent Podcasts
Arts and Entertainment - February 5, 2008
 Groucho Marx celebrates Pabst's 100th Anniversary
On Feb. 5, 1944, Groucho Marx -- along with Gene Tierney, Fay McKenzie, Leo Gorcey, Ken Niles, Robert Armbruster and his Blue Ribbon Blenders -- came to Milwaukee to celebrate Pabst Brewing Company's 100th anniversary. Marx & Co. put on a show at the Milwaukee Auditorium to mark the event. "Blue Ribbon Town" was broadcast live, nationwide, by the CBS Radio Network and carried locally by WISN-AM.
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