Each day this week, we'll be looking at the menu of a different brewpub in and around Madison.
Erik Lorenzsonn is the Capital Times' tech and culture reporter. He joined the team in 2016, after having served as an online editor for Wisconsin Public Radio and having written for publications like The Progressive Magazine and The Poughkeepsie Journal.
Ben Hagan, who consulted the 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign on its cybersecurity, said that the hacks that infiltrated the campaign and other Democratic Party institutions reached new levels of sophistication.
After six years of hype, intense fundraising and altered plans, the $10 million Madison startup center StartingBlock is finally here.
Goods Unite Us strives to help consumers evaluate the political spending of any given brand or company.
Six years since the project was first announced, a group of entrepreneurs and business leaders have opened StartingBlock, which they say could…
Gregory St. Fort, an entrepreneur who has played a prominent role in Madison’s tech and startup scene, is stepping down as head of the downtown nonprofit. Claudia Seidenberg, who currently oversees operations with the group, will become its executive director.
Those who sign up for the new social experience investigate the origins of a mysterious letter they locate in a consignment shop on State Street.
It’s increasingly common for businesses to start diversity and inclusion initiatives in their workplace. But Khalida Ali, a diversity and inclusion specialist, says “D&I” cannot be treated like a trend.
Both Gov. Scott Walker and a Foxconn strategic officer were on hand at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs' Conference on Wednesday, making the claim that a new Foxconn manufacturing campus would help startups.