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Have you ever wanted to bend the ear of the publisher or editor of your favorite local news publication? Have you ever wanted to drink a cold beverage with your favorite television news anchorperson or your favorite radio newscaster? Have you ever wanted to exchange quips with your favorite political commentator, columnist or editorial writer?
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Ovation Leadership recently hosted its quarterly networking event, 123@5, at Rail Hall in Milwaukee. The business networking event is held in the first month of each quarter, in the second week of the month, on the third day of the week at 5 p.m.
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Over the years, the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce and its president, Tim Sheehy, have been vocal and ardent opponents of new taxes.
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The Milwaukee Bucks announced today that it will move its corporate office to the Schlitz Park complex, just north of downtown Milwaukee. The team also says it has added 40 employees to its sales staff and executive team in recent months and now has more than 130 employees.
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The Milwaukee Bucks announced the addition of Giacomo Fallucca, chief executive officer of Palermo Villa Inc., to the Bucks’ ownership team.
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The Milwaukee Art Museum has promoted Café Calatrava chef Micah Kaufman to executive chef, the museum announced on Thursday.
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As about 350 of Milwaukee's creative professionals converge at the 2014 Creative Milwaukee @ Work Summit on Friday, they'll have a chance to witness creative problem solving in action with a dozen presentations highlighting ways the tool has inspired change.
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The Milwaukee Bucks will open their 2014-15 season on Friday, Oct. 31, with help from celebrated comedian, actor and impressionist Frank Caliendo, who hails from Waukesha.
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The Milwaukee Bucks announced that the team has added seven additional local investors to its ownership group, and for the first time acknowledged that New York hedge fund manager Jamie Dinan is a “substantial” owner of the team.
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