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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 OnMilwaukee.com 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.
Sports - April 16, 2014
Heavy lifting still ahead for Bucks
Despite news that the two new owners of the Milwaukee Bucks and outgoing owner Herb Kohl will contribute $200 million to a new arena, that leaves at least another $200 million to be raised for a new arena. And that is where a series of unanswered questions lies, beginning with how much public tax support will be needed to build a new arena?
Marketplace - April 4, 2014
How much do presidential politics affect the stock market?
I, for one, have always hesitated to link stock market performances to U.S. presidents. After all, global forces and factors such as energy costs that presidents cannot always control often play key roles in the fates of the markets.
Milwaukee Buzz - March 15, 2014
Hey Hank! Meet Frank!
By now, I'm sure you've heard about the Milwaukee Brewers' new little mascot for the 2014 season. After all, Hank the Dog seems to be on his way to the growing ranks of Brewers' icons, ranging from Bernie Brewer and the Racing Sausages to Front Row Amy and the Door Man seated behind the visitors' dugout.
Milwaukee Buzz - Feb. 19, 2014
Farewell to the last of the moderates
Take a good, hard look at outgoing State Senators Dale Schultz (R-Richland Center), Tim Cullen (D-Janesville) and Bob Jauch (D-Poplar). They are members of an endangered species.
Milwaukee Buzz - Feb. 13, 2014
Video fuels outrage about Southridge Mall bus decision
In this harsh Wisconsin winter, a citizen video is sparking public pressure against Simon Property Group's decision to move the public bus stop 1,000 feet away from Southridge Mall's entrances.
Living - Feb. 7, 2014
State mining law is moot
When the Wisconsin State Legislature convened in early 2013, the Republican majority made Senate Bill 1 to streamline the state's mining regulations a top priority. Nearly a year later, the bottom has fallen out of the mining industry, and the bill is being exposed for what it was: a law written by proponents of the mining industry that was not tenable with federal environmental standards.
Milwaukee Buzz - Feb. 6, 2014
BizTimes refines editorial team
BizTimes is restructuring its editorial team, and the changes will have an impact on how the business community interacts with our company and how our award-winning editorial content is generated.
Living - Jan. 30, 2014
Don't fall for the "One Ring" cell phone scam
Word to the wise: If your cell phone receives a one-ring phone call from a number you do not recognize, do NOT call the number back to inquire about whom was calling you.
Marketplace - Jan. 17, 2014
Panelists provide predictions for the year ahead
Economist Michael Knetter is forecasting the national gross domestic product (GDP) to grow by 3 percent in 2014. Knetter, president of the University of Wisconsin Foundation, issued his macroeconomic projections for the year ahead to an audience of more than 500 people at the Northern Trust Economic Trends Breakfast presented by BizTimes Media at the Italian Community Center in Milwaukee today.
Milwaukee Buzz - Jan. 8, 2014
County solution is only path forward for entertainment venues
If no county solution - including new taxation - is found to build a new Downtown arena, we must understand and be prepared to live with the consequences.
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