Sarah Hauer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Sarah Hauer

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Recent articles by Sarah:

Kohl's eliminating around 250 positions in corporate restructuring

The eliminated positions are across the organization at the corporate level, said Senior Vice President of Communications Jen Johnson Wednesday. → Read More

DNC Milwaukee 2020 host committee leads second community summit

The Milwaukee 2020 Host Committee with startup accelerator gener8tor is hosting a CommUNITY Growth Summit Tuesday and Wednesday. → Read More

The Mommypreneur is opening a child-friendly coworking space for women off Brady Street

The Business Coworking Lounge LLC, off Brady Street at 902 E. Hamilton St., plans to host its grand opening Feb. 15. → Read More

Macy's is closing 125 stores, but so far Wisconsin's four locations are not on the list

The department store chain serves as an anchor tenant at Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa and Southridge Mall in Greendale. → Read More

Ikea in Oak Creek holding its first as-is sale, with 50% discounts

The home furnishings megastore is looking to offload hundreds of scratch and dent, discontinued and other items. → Read More

62 positions at U.S. Bank's downtown Milwaukee office to be eliminated

The first separations of employment will take place around April 6, the company said. → Read More

The couple behind Married In Milwaukee is trying to take the local wedding website national

The goal is to franchise the "Married In" idea to 20 to 30 cities in the U.S. about the size of Milwaukee or larger. → Read More

Defunct music storage service Murfie's assets acquired by another company

The company acquiring Murfie assets, Crossies LLC, has built a similar service for music storage, purchases and streaming. → Read More

American Family Insurance is raising its minimum hourly rate from $15 to $20 an hour

The wage increase affects nearly 1,700 of around 13,500 employees across the country of American Family group companies. → Read More

When gamers on YouTube need help making videos, they turn to this University of Wisconsin grad

Videos on Muaaz Shakeel's YouTube channel have more than 26 million views, and he just passed 200,000 subscribers. → Read More

NEWaukee developing a Walker's Point building into its offices and space for social innovation and entrepreneurship

The Historic Schlitz Tivoli Palm Garden building at 504 W. National Ave. in Walker’s Point will be purchased by NEWaukee. → Read More

What we know now about the 2020 DNC security zone in downtown Milwaukee

The preliminary zone extends from Water Street on the east to 10th Street on the west. Cherry Street on the north to Clybourn Street on the south. → Read More

Why the Bucks are in France, a new brewery and Milwaukee rappers with millions of views and few bookings

Sarah Hauer shares stories about Milwaukee, its people and what's happening around town every Wednesday in this newsletter. → Read More

Viking to set sail on the Great Lakes with cruises starting or ending in Milwaukee

The Viking cruises will all either start or end at the Port of Milwaukee in 2022. The port has scheduled 14 cruise ship stops for the 2020 season. → Read More

Brookfield Square losing Lane Bryant, Hallmark stores by the end of the month

Lane Bryant and a Hallmark store that occupy neighboring retail spots on the mall's north end are closing in the coming weeks. → Read More

Wisconsin companies raised over $200 million in venture capital last year. These are the 10 biggest deals.

Wisconsin companies raised $204.8 million in 66 venture capital deals in 2019, according to PitchBook. → Read More

40 Wendy's and Fazoli's franchises in Wisconsin violated child labor laws, a federal investigation found

Manna Inc., a franchisee in nine states, allowed 14- and 15-year-old employees to work outside of legally approved hours, a U.S. Department of Labor investigation found. → Read More

MilwaukeeHome sold to fine menswear store Harleys

MilwaukeeHome started as a T-shirt idea in 2011 and the logo has since been printed on thousands of T-shirts, coffee mugs and hats. → Read More

Mad Chicken replaces east side Burger King on North Avenue

Mad Chicken sells fried chicken, wings, sandwiches, wraps and salads with the tagline "Real food tastes better." → Read More

Longtime professor of economics Joseph Daniels to become Marquette's new business dean

Joseph Daniels will begin the role immediately. He has been serving as the acting dean since May. → Read More