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Continuing the Legacy

Seaway Bank and Trust Co. Established: 1965 Largest black-owned bank in the Midwest President and CEO: Walter E. Grady Headquarters: 645...

M&A market heating up

As merger and acquisition activity continues its strong comeback from the lows of 2008 and 2009, the pursuit of attractive acquisition targets is being fueled by private equity buyers who have significant cash to deploy, says Kevin Conroy, president and chief executive officer of Exact Sciences in Madison.

Dodd-Frank Act spells trouble for small banks

With the onset of the Dodd-Frank Act in July, community banks are bracing for an onerous wave of new regulations that will tax their resources and could ultimately force them to merge with larger banks.

How you gonna keep ’em down on the firm?

{ By treating your employees right } Employee turnover is a vicious cycle, says Milwaukee executive search consultant Paul Pagenkopf. It's a syndrome where...

Survey says readers support SBT focus

SBT Editor A few weeks ago, SBT co-publisher Dan Meyer and I had the pleasure of sitting before a group of UW-Whitewater students...

Hop on the e-biz bandwagon

Some firms still hesitate, but electronic commerce is the future of business Electronic commerce is more than just ordering a book through amazon.com. "To...

MEDC loans

The Milwaukee Economic Development Corp.'s (MEDC) Loan and Finance Committee has approved six loans, including one for an Ace Hardware store on West North...

MEDC loans

A $170,000 loan from the Milwaukee Economic Development Commission will help a grocery store maintain operations at a Fond du Lac Avenue site in...

Guertin on sales – When reason doesn’t prevail

Emotions are often basis of purchase decisions Ask a car dealer, and many will tell you that their customers buy the looks, the color,...

When a kid gets cancer

Communication helps balance employee's and company's needs It was noon on a work day when my 12-year-old son's doctor referred him to the cancer...

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