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UWM goes entrepreneurship-heavy

Not many universities in the Untied States squarely identify themselves with entrepreneurship. Most are entrepreneurship-light with a few courses and programs mixed into standard curriculum. Last week, the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee stamped itself as entrepreneurship-heavy with a grand opening of the Lubar Entrepreneurship Center at Kenwood Boulevard and Maryland Avenue, the busiest corner on ...

President Trump: please cut deal for soybean exports to China

The new numbers on our trade imbalance with China hit an all-time high of $419 billion in 2018, up from $347 billion in 2016 before President Trump took office on 2017. That rise comes despite his two-year trade war with China, a major conflict that has worked to the disadvantage of many sectors, such as soybean ...

Pols need to check out real reforms by employers

Just as the national debate ramps up on a government take-over of the nation’s health care, it looks like employers and market forces have already worked out a business model that is taming previously out-of-control health costs. A lead article in the Harvard Business Review is headlined this way: “How Employers Are Fixing Health Care – ...

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When exploding health care costs threatened Serigraph's solvency, CEO John Torinus Jr. searched the country for solutions. Using his findings, Torinus applied innovative, cutting-edge strategies and cut his company's health care expenses well below the national average while improving his employees' care.