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Marquette University has formed a search committee to oversee the appointment of a new vice president and director of athletics, a position the Milwaukee school hopes to fill by the end of the fall semester.
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Milwaukee-based Stone Creek Coffee will open a coffee bar in the new Potawatomi Hotel, which will open in August.
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Most other major American cities have found ways to build NBA arenas to keep or attract teams in recent years.
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An overnight fire at Miller Park has resulted in water damages to several areas, including the Miller Park Conference Center meeting rooms on the Club and Terrace levels, which will be closed until further notice.
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The Milwaukee Cultural and Entertainment Capital Needs Task Force today conducted a discussion featuring business leaders from Oklahoma City, Denver and Cleveland, who shared insights about how their communities rallied to build public support to build NBA arenas and invest in other cultural and mass transit infrastructure projects.
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Concordia University Wisconsin invites southeastern Wisconsin to celebrate the remainder of summer at its inaugural Lake Moon Festival on Saturday, Aug. 9.
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Five bestselling business books you should read:
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The Milwaukee Bucks today revealed the names of the slate of new minority team owners the NBA board of governors approved at its meeting yesterday.
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The NBA board of governors on Tuesday approved a group of new minority investors in the Milwaukee Bucks, but the league and team both declined to identify the new owners.
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Milwaukee-based business book retailer 800-CEO-READ is restructuring its leadership team following the retirement of founder and president Jack Covert.
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