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June Dairy breakfasts come back strong

June Dairy breakfasts come back strong

Life Sciences in Wisconsin – Ideas and Innovation

"Life Sciences: Wisconsin - The Smart Choice" is a new production from the Wisconsin Technology Council and the state Department of Commerce designed to...

PabstCity hits snag

WisBusiness: Biz leaders lobby for follow-up trip to China

Doyle's ready to go back, but delegation may go without him By Joanne M. Haas WisBusiness.com MADISON -- Kailas J. Rao, a Milwaukee-based consultant who has created...

WisBusiness: Boot camp for start-ups preaches planning

By Gregg Hoffmann MILWAUKEE – Successful entrepreneurs learn from their failures and either find a way to succeed in existing markets or make a market...

WisBusiness: Commerce secretary touts shift in approach to minority business

By Gregg Hoffmann MILWAUKEE – The state has changed its approach to minority business development to better leverage the various efforts already in place,...

WisBusiness: Energy efficiency funds used improperly, state panel told

By Joanne M. Haas WisBusiness.com MADISON -- The government's use of consumer utility fees originally targeted for energy efficiency efforts for other state budget needs is...

WisBusiness: Middleton, Milwaukee companies tie for top spot in Gov’s Business Plan Contest

Organizers of the inaugural Governor's Business Plan Contest announced Wednesday night that two companies will split the grand prize this year. The two will...

WisBusiness: Milwaukee-Michigan ferry makes its maiden voyage

By Gregg Hoffmann MILWAUKEE – The Lake Express, loaded with dignitaries, media and passengers who won a lottery, completed its maiden voyage at 2:30 Tuesday...

WisBusiness: Movie magician pushes risk-taking as key to success

By Gregg Hoffmann MILWAUKEE – Jim Rygiel's entrepreneurial journey started in Kenosha a couple decades ago, and ended up in New Zealand, where he lived...

WisBusiness: State pledges help for ethanol industry

By Gregg Hoffmann State Transportation Secretary Frank Busalacchi said Wednesday that the Doyle Administration will do everything it can to aid the ethanol industry to...

WisBusiness: State to target renewable energy purchases

By Joanne M. Haas WisBusiness.com MADISON -- State government should flex its purchasing muscle to push Wisconsin utilities toward greater use of renewable energy, officials said...

WisBusiness: State union chief sees ‘significant layoffs’ ahead

By Joanne Haas WisBusiness.com Agencies will close and services will be lost. That was the prediction Thursday from the executive director of the Wisconsin State Employees...

WisBusiness: Tech transfer helps seed start-ups

By Brian Leaf Milwaukee – What came first, the entrepreneur or the idea? While much of this week's Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference focused on developing and funding...

WisBusiness: UW gets $7 million in federal money for cancer research

With a $7 million grant announced Wednesday, the National Institutes of Health have now pledged $14 million toward construction of a cancer research center...

WisBusiness: Wells Fargo hopes to manage EdVest

By Abby Peterson Representatives from Wells Fargo indicated Wednesday at a meeting of the College Savings Board that they hoped to add the EdVest program...

WisBusiness.com: Labor, enviro groups slam Wal-Mart during Madison, Milwaukee seminars

By Joanne Haas MADISON -- The importance of an involved local citizenry and a local comprehensive plan to map a community's growth is one of...

WisBusiness.com: PGA Championship to Drive $75 Million into Wisconsin Economy

By WisBusiness staff HAVEN -- Wisconsin's enthusiastic reception for the 86th PGA Championship this August at the heralded Whistling Straits course complex on Lake...

WisBusiness.com: UW Economic Summit on hiatus

By Mike Schramm WisBusiness.com Budget cuts and a transition at the top of the University of Wisconsin System have led to the temporary disappearance of the...

Wrightstown exec tabbed for council to help U.S. manufacturers

Michael Nowak, chairman and CEO of Wrightstown-based Coating Excellence International, will serve as one of 13 members of a council designed to advise the...
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