Is an important press release missing from the WisBusiness.com archives? It may be because you didn't e-mail it to staff@wisbusiness.com

WisBusiness first posts press releases received via e-mail at this address. Send us an attached PDF or Word document, or simply cut and paste into the body of an e-mail.

Thanks for your cooperation!


Can't find a release here? Try WisPolitics.com's Press Release Section.


September 9
· AG Van Hollen: Burlin makes initial appearance in Madison Locksmith, LLC case
· AG Van Hollen: Pharmaceutical company to pay Wisconsin Medicaid $526,000 to settle claims of off-label marketing
· AG Van Hollen: Reaches new agreement with Publishers Clearing House
· Burger Boat Company: SYCARA IV selected as International Superyacht Society Design Award finalists
· CommonBond Communities: Century Trails Apartments on track to achieve LEED for Homes Gold Level Certification
· Dane Co. Exec. Falk: County applies for federal transportation economic recovery grant, makes purchase to bring new Lower Yahara Trail closer to reality
· DATCP: Long-time DATCP employee earns national recognition
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection: New Records for Wisconsin no call list
· Dept. of Commerce: Gov. Doyle announces funding for the village of Taylor
· Dept. of Tourism: Gov. Doyle appoints Paul Upchurch to Tourism Council
· Gov. Doyle: Announces $296,997 grant to fund training for agriculture and agribusiness workers
· Gov. Doyle: Statement regarding federal court decision regarding stem cell funding
· Growing Power: Good food is main ingredient in chef’s event at Growing Power’s Urban & Small Farm Conference
· Growing Power: Social activist Grace Lee Boggs, Dr. Judith Palfrey, Winona LaDuke, Will Allen to headline Growing Power’s International Urban & Small Farm Conference
· March of Dimes: Drive for Babies set for Oct. 15 at Road America
· MATC: Madison college’s board approves $133,700,000 facilities plan; referendum set for November 2
· New Glarus Brewing Co.: Fans speak out
· New North: Two New North schools win blue ribbon recognition
· Quincy Bioscience: Prevagen - brain cell protection celebrates 3rd birthday by reaching 6,000 stores
· Regal Ware: Division recognized in inaugural code of ethics communication initiative
· Riley Construction Company: Burlington puts Riley in the driver’s seat for new parking structure
· Trillium Care Group: Women’s Fitness & Wellness Retreat offers opportunity to balance, re-energize lives
· U.S. Bank: Scores with UW-Madison Great People Scholarship support
· UW-Eau Claire: Health care administration program receives reaccreditation
· UW-Milwaukee: Events make food a focal point and conversation piece, with distinguished lecturer Michael Pollan
· Wisconsin Lakes: Applauds innovative new statewide rules on phosphorus
September 8
· Alter NRG Corp.: Announces exclusive license agreement in Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana with Alliance Federated Energy for $11.4 million
· American Transmission Co.: Announces open houses for Badger Coulee Transmission Line Project
· Appleton Mfg. Division: Appleton's auto loading system retrofits on most core cutting machines
· Board of Commissioners of Public Lands: Board approves submerged lands lease to Fraser Shipyards and $3.3 million in loans
· Dells Raceway Park: Fireworks and winged sprint cars invade DRP this Saturday on national television
· Dept. of Commerce: Governor Doyle announces StableBody Technologies, LLC, as Qualified New Business Venture
· Fantastic Sams: Reduces cost of investment for new franchisees in Wisconsin
· Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau: 9th annual Ford Ironman Wisconsin to be held Sunday, September 12
· Linetec: Linetec.com honored with Crystal Achievement Award

 <<First   <Prev   754  755  756  757  758  (759)  760  761  762  763  764  Next>   Last>> 


Close Window