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Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Saturday, Nov. 22, 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 steve.jagler@biztimes.com.



Recent Articles
 
 Milwaukee Buzz - November 14, 2014
 Replace Downtown post office with new arena
 In recent years, the Milwaukee Bucks have not had much to celebrate when they've conducted their annual preview luncheon with the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce. This year, however, there was a tangible buzz in the room at the event, which was held at the Harley-Davidson Museum.
 
 Marketplace - November 12, 2014
 Net neutrality 101
 In essence, preserving net neutrality would ensure that all consumers and businesses will have universal levels of access to a fast Internet, not just some preferred customers who would pay for "faster lanes" on the Internet.
 
 Milwaukee Buzz - October 29, 2014
 Sheehy's call for taxpayers to fund new arena faces uphill climb
 Over the years, the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce and its president, Tim Sheehy, have been vocal and ardent opponents of new taxes. That's why more than a few business leaders were still trying to process the messages Sheehy gave them when he spoke to the Milwaukee Rotary Club recently about the need to raise public financing for the region's cultural and entertainment venues.
 
 Milwaukee Buzz - October 19, 2014
 Take your company to the "Next Stage"
 Empower your people to think like entrepreneurs and serve your customers. That was the leading takeaway message from the panelists at the first Next Stage Workshop recently presented by BizTimes.
 
 Marketplace - October 8, 2014
 Suburban companies comprise "Fastest Five"
 The Council of Small Business Executives (COSBE) recently unveiled its list of the "Fastest Five" companies.
 
 Marketplace - September 17, 2014
 Koss Corp. faces steep challenges
 Bottom line: Koss is losing money, has halted production at its plant in Mexico, is pulling back on research and development of new products and is suspending payment of dividends to shareholders.
 
 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.
 


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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