New Bucks arena would bring increased tax revenue and jobs

As the Milwaukee Bucks head into the playoff season, there's a lot going on to make sure they remain a Wisconsin team in the future. More »

By Jim Steineke > April 17, 2015

A new funding approach is needed if we are going to retain the Bucks

Having closely watched the debate over how to fund a new arena for the Milwaukee Bucks, it appears there is a real risk that this franchise will leave Milwaukee. It appears that the state legislature has balked at Gov. Scott Walker's original $220... More »

By Robert Bauman > April 16, 2015

Wrestling with employee retention

Observing the Wisconsin state wrestling tournament this year, I noticed a consistency to the competitors who were winning: They weren't flashy. They stuck to the fundamentals, and did them well. More »

By Jeff Kortes > April 15, 2015

Algorithms and the human factor: How will society strike balance?

Data science is a fancy term for statistics. It's the extraction of knowledge from data, which can be derived from multiple digital sources and turned into a resource to make business decisions. More »

By Tom Still > April 14, 2015

Modernization is unlocking commercial capital

One year ago this week, I took my oath to lead the U.S. Small Business Administration, the federal agency chartered by Congress in 1953 to support America's entrepreneurs. More »

By Maria Contreras-Sweet > April 13, 2015

City should demand assistance from Nationstar Mortgage

Dear Mayor Tom Barrett and Common Council President Michael Murphy: More »

By Margaret Crowley > April 9, 2015

Bucks assemble vibrant business team

Under new ownership, the Milwaukee Bucks made significant strides by building a young pool of talent on the court this season. More »

By Steve Jagler > April 8, 2015

Harbor District could be a jewel in the rough

Milwaukee's Harbor District, one of the city's most opportunistic areas for ongoing development, will evolve quicker if state authorities and others continue to streamline remediation policies and procedures. More »

By Bruce Keyes and Mark Thimke > April 7, 2015

Tipping points for Bo Ryan and the Badgers

Have you ever taken on a project or planned a journey that you knew would be both grueling and incredibly fulfilling at the same time? More »

By Joe Sweeney > April 3, 2015

Disrupting the workplace

In 1989, the CEO of my global employer allowed me to work from home rather than demand I move halfway across the US to be near corporate headquarters. Two technologies made his decision possible: Overnight delivery and an early fax machine. I was... More »

By Kay Plantes > March 31, 2015

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