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1223 POSTS 0 COMMENTSMaredithe Meyer covers restaurants, retail, tourism, and sports and entertainment. She joined BizTimes in 2015, previously as an intern reporter. She earned a degree in journalism from Marquette University in 2017. When she's not on the job, Maredithe coaches field hockey and loves exploring her favorite city on earth, Milwaukee.
Marcus Hotels & Resorts, a division of Milwaukee-based Marcus Corp., has named Andrew Flack as the company's first chief commercial officer.
The highest level of professional stock car racing competition is coming to Sheboygan County next year.
Trying times may be ahead for Wisconsin restaurants that have relied heavily on outdoor dining to make up for limited indoor capacity and changes in diner behavior due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
While many businesses have managed to get back on their feet since the initial economic blow dealt by the COVID-19 pandemic, one industry is...
Despite shifting consumer behavior and an economic downturn brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous regional and national retailers are forging ahead with plans to expand in Wisconsin, a group of local commercial real estate brokers say.
Rock and roll legend Elton John is coming back to Fiserv Forum in 2022 for the last Milwaukee concert of his storied career.
Since late July, the City of Milwaukee has issued warnings and citations to 51 businesses for violating reopening orders aimed at reducing the impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Bartolotta Restaurant Group LLC says approximately 286 employees will be affected by temporary mass layoffs initially made in March and April that are now expected to extend beyond the expected six-month time frame due to the challenges brought on by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Employees at P.F. Chang's Wauwatosa and Appleton restaurants will work reduced hours for longer than expected due to the challenges brought on by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
When Milwaukee-based investment firm FirstPathway Partners decided to invest in Teriyaki Madness' local expansion, a major selling point was the option for minimal involvement in the restaurants' day-to-day operations.