Many have seen the television program about “hoarders” who tuck massive amounts of “stuff ” in every room and corner of their homes. The most disturbing aspect of this hoarding is that there is no hint of an organizational structure to all the stuff. The search for really useful items become…

The largest transfer of wealth in history is happening, right now, as baby boomers are retiring, and therefore selling their businesses. According to the 2016 BEI Exit Planning Survey, 69 percent of business owners plan on exiting within the next five to 10 years. As this massive transfer of…

My wife and I recently were watching a show on television where the younger, clearly more talented leader, got promoted to a leadership position over the older, more experienced employee. In good TV drama fashion, the more experienced person confronted the young leader saying they didn’t des…

With the goal of training more healthcare professionals to serve Central Wisconsin, Aspirus Riverview Hospital in Wisconsin Rapids and Mid-State Technical College in Stevens Point will open a Health Care Simulation Center at Aspirus Riverview in 2020.

Kris Gille, owner of Gille Designs, in Hamburg, Wisconsin, was a passionate BMX freestyle bike-rider. He loved how the bikes and helmets were covered in stickers and brought out an individual’s personality. “I just loved stickers,” Gille said as he laughed. “With the BMX bikes, it was the mo…

Vital Industries, the forum for the creativity and artistic imagination of Brett Childs and Crystal Hank Childs, has grown from a small screen-printing business into a growing outlet for new techniques and art forms.

Like the office birthday where the one being honored is the one buying the doughnuts, Wickersham Jewelry is marking its 60th year in business by distributing 60 acts of kindness

The Dental Clinic of Marshfield, one of the oldest group dental practices in Wisconsin, marked its 50th year of service to residents of Marshfield and surrounding communities this summer.

Wisconsin Commissioner of Insurance Mark Afable has approved an overall 8.84 percent decrease in Worker's Compensation premium rates, effective Oct. 1. The reduction is expected to save Wisconsin businesses more than $170 million in 2020. This is the fourth consecutive year Worker’s Compensa…

President Donald Trump’s tariffs are biting Wisconsin companies, but a majority of business leaders support them anyway, according to a semi-annual economic survey conducted by Wisconsin Manuf…