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  • WisBusiness: Join the Free Tuesday Trends Mailing List
    Below is an excerpt from the most recent edition of WisBusiness Tuesday Trends, a WisBusiness product previously available only to paid subscribers. This weekly look at the state of Wisconsin business is now available for free to anyone who signs up for the Tuesday Trends mailing list. To get the... <more>

  • WisBusiness: Revenue secretary targets 'tax gap'
    Assembly Republicans showed no appetite for the Streamlined Sales Tax initiative after nixing it from the version of the budget they approved. But Gov. Jim Doyle's revenue secretary, Roger Ervin, remains confident the project will soon become law. Ervin, who has talked openly about Wisconsin’s “ta... <more>

  • WisBusiness: Join the Free Tuesday Trends Mailing List
    Below is an excerpt from the most recent edition of WisBusiness Tuesday Trends, a WisBusiness product previously available only to paid subscribers. This weekly look at the state of Wisconsin business is now available for free to anyone who signs up for the Tuesday Trends mailing list. To get the... <more>

  • WisBusiness: State Tourism Chief Says High Gas Prices Shouldn't Affect Summer Travel
    Gasoline prices may be high, but that shouldn't affect visits to Wisconsin this summer, the state’s new Department of Tourism secretary said at a luncheon sponsored by WisBusiness.com, Madison Magazine and the Madison Club on Monday June 18.Kelli Trumble, who has been at her post just four months, s... <more>

  • WisBusiness: Commerce Secretary Burke assisting Doyle's biofuels push
    Gov. Jim Doyle’s administration couldn’t convince the Joint Finance Committee to embrace his biofuels initiative. But the administration is hoping Senate Dems will find a way to resurrect it. Doyle last week called on Republicans to support his $30 million plan for renewable energy. Republicans hav... <more>

  • WisBusiness: Garvin says state no longer in energy crisis mode
    Robert "Bert'' Garvin, who recently left the Public Service Commission, says the state is in better energy shape than it was six years ago. In a new WisBusiness.com interview, Garvin, now with the Foley & Lardner law firm in Madison, says the state still faces challenges in having enough power plan... <more>

  • WisBusiness: Join the Free Tuesday Trends Mailing List
    Below is an excerpt from the most recent edition of WisBusiness Tuesday Trends, a WisBusiness product previously available only to paid subscribers. This weekly look at the state of Wisconsin business is now available for free to anyone who signs up for the Tuesday Trends mailing list. To get the... <more>

  • WisBusiness: Entrepreneurs’ Conference looks at tackling global economy
    By Patrick Fitzgerald WisBusiness.com The Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference brought business leaders, investors, and others to Milwaukee Tuesday, offering a variety of panel discussions focused on how state business leaders can sustain themselves in an increasingly globalized marketplace. The g... <more>

  • WisBusiness: Join the Free Tuesday Trends Mailing List
    Below is an excerpt from the most recent edition of WisBusiness Tuesday Trends, a WisBusiness product previously available only to paid subscribers. This weekly look at the state of Wisconsin business is now available for free to anyone who signs up for the Tuesday Trends mailing list. To get the... <more>

  • WisBusiness.com: Flambeau River Biorefinery still on track despite missing federal grant
    Bill Johnson was disappointed this spring when the proposed Flambeau River Biorefinery did not make the cut for an $80 million grant from the federal Department of Energy.  (The DOE gave out $385 million for six cellulosic ethanol plants, covering about 40 percent of the investment costs.) But t... <more>

  • WisBusiness.com Luncheon Series: Department of Tourism Secretary Kelli Trumble
    Monday, June 18, 11:45 am The Madison Club WisBusiness.com, The Madison Club and Madison Magazine present "The Madison Business Luncheon" on Monday with special guest Tourism Secretary Kelli Trumble. Trumble has worked for 20 year in the travel and tourism industry. She served as the Executive D... <more>

  • WisBusiness: Join the Free Tuesday Trends Mailing List
    Below is an excerpt from the most recent edition of WisBusiness Tuesday Trends, a WisBusiness product previously available only to paid subscribers. This weekly look at the state of Wisconsin business is now available for free to anyone who signs up for the Tuesday Trends mailing list. To get the... <more>

  • WisBusiness: Madison-based Broadjam aims to link songwriters and music industry
    MADISON – If Roy Elkins had his druthers, he’d be writing music for a living. But since that endeavor wouldn’t pay the mortgage, Elkins figures he’s got the next best job: connecting singer-songwriters with music publishers and others in the industry. “There is nothing I’d rather be doing,” said... <more>

  • WisBusiness: Join the Free Tuesday Trends Mailing List
    Below is an excerpt from the most recent edition of WisBusiness Tuesday Trends, a WisBusiness product previously available only to paid subscribers. This weekly look at the state of Wisconsin business is now available for free to anyone who signs up for the Tuesday Trends mailing list. To get the... <more>

  • WisBusiness: Join the Free Tuesday Trends Mailing List
    Below is an excerpt from the most recent edition of WisBusiness Tuesday Trends, a WisBusiness product previously available only to paid subscribers. This weekly look at the state of Wisconsin business is now available for free to anyone who signs up for the Tuesday Trends mailing list. To get the... <more>

  • WisBusiness: Spiegelberg to receive top honor from UW Alumni Association
    By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Harry Spiegelberg will receive the Distinguished Alumni Award from the Wisconsin Alumni Association tonight.  Spiegelberg (whose name means “looking-glass mountain” in German) earned his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from UW-Madison in 1959. He spent ... <more>

  • WisBusiness: Viroqua draws 'silent sport' businesses, hopes for more
    By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com VIROQUA – When Mat Wagner told his friends in Taos that he was going to leave New Mexico to open a fly fishing shop and guide service in a place called the Driftless Area of southwest Wisconsin, they thought he'd lost his marbles. "They were ready to commit me,"... <more>

  • WisBusiness: Join the Free Tuesday Trends Mailing List
    Below is an excerpt from the most recent edition of WisBusiness Tuesday Trends, a WisBusiness product previously available only to paid subscribers. This weekly look at the state of Wisconsin business is now available for free to anyone who signs up for the Tuesday Trends mailing list. To get the... <more>

  • Wis. Tech Council/WisBusiness: Wisconsin BIO Blog tracks biotech conference in Boston
    Follow the activities of Wisconsin’s delegation at the 2007 BIO convention in Boston by reading the “Wisconsin BIO Blog." The May 6-9 BIO meeting will attract about 20,000 people from around the world. Made possible by WisBusiness.com and the Wisconsin Technology Council, the blog will include upda... <more>

  • WisBusiness: Badgers hit Boston for BIO 2007 conference
    By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com When BIO 2006 was held in Chicago last April, it was no great surprise that Wisconsin’s commercial and academic biotech community wanted to have a major presence at the international conference. It was, in a global sense, just down the road. And while there wil... <more>

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