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Viewpoints: What an Advocate Aurora and Atrium combination means for southeastern...

If we’ve heard it once, we’ve heard it a thousand times: the health care industry is evolving. Advocate Aurora Health and Atrium Health’s pending union...

Viewpoints: Progress made in City of Milwaukee on flattening COVID curve

In the City of Milwaukee COVID-19 cases are not trending upward. In fact, since August, the City of Milwaukee has seen a largely sustained downward trend in total COVID cases, deaths, and percent of tests coming back positive.

Milwaukee Biz Blog: A New Year’s resolution to fight inequality

Business has a role to play in helping address Milwaukee’s inequalities.

Lasry: ‘There is really no fallback plan’

Marc Lasry addressed the MMAC board of directors this week to discuss the future of the Milwaukee Bucks and the need for a new arena. When asked by a board member what the fallback plan was if we don't have a new downtown entertainment center to host the Bucks, he noted, “There is really no fallback plan.”

Pull together – or pull apart?

The past is defined by the rise and fall of great metropolises. Rising like Berlin, Atlanta, Shanghai; falling like Rio, Detroit, and Athens. The future will be less lenient on those regions that fail to plan, act and commit to economic development strategies.

Waiting for Superman is a false hope

“We need to love our kids more than the institutions in which they are educated.”
- Former MPS Superintendent Howard Fuller

MMAC education agenda moves forward

Four months ago, at the onset of Wisconsin's state budget process, we asked Gov. Scott Walker and state legislators to partner with us toward our MMAC goal of increasing the number of high-performing educational options in Milwaukee.

Celebrating 25 years of Future 50

The MMAC and its Council of Small Business Executives (COSBE) are proud to be celebrating 25 years of the Future 50 program this year. While much has changed in our economy and our community during that time, recognizing our fast-growing, local companies is as important – if not more – than ever.

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