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WisBusiness: State’s venture conference links start-ups, money

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON - Start-up companies come and go, that's the law of the marketplace. But over the past two decades, the Wisconsin Life...

Gov flouts feds on overtime

WisBusiness: 4th CD candidates debate stem cell research

WisBusiness.com staff MILWAUKEE – Candidates for the 4th Congressional District seat on Monday split along partisan lines when it came to the topic of...

WisBusiness: Army to end Badger Ammo maintenance contract

The U.S. Army is terminating its contract with the Olin Corp. Winchester Division, the contractor currently hired to maintain the Badger Army Ammunition Plant....

WisBusiness: Business real estate cools along with economy

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com No one had to tell Richard Wilberg that the economy was beginning to cool in the second quarter. He saw...

WisBusiness: One Madison company to win brand makeover

Madison Magazine and Madison Business are teaming up with Distillery Design Studio to produce Brand New, an innovative look inside the business of advertising...

WisBusiness: Report – Employment trends could spell trouble for SE Wisconsin

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Madison and Dane County prospered and gained jobs from 1999 to 2003, while Milwaukee and its suburbs struggled and lost ground. That's...

WisBusiness: Small cheesemakers get competitive help

By Brian E. ClarkWisBusiness.com Badger State specialty cheese will get a shot in the arm in coming months, thanks to a $4 million initiative unveiled...

WisBusiness: Small Northwoods resorts succumb to rising land prices

By Brian E. Clark Wisbusiness.com   EAGLE RIVER – For the past hundred years, small resorts in Wisconsin’s North Woods have been mostly mom-and-pop affairs.   That was the...

WisBusiness: State stuck for solutions to railroad’s service cuts

By Joanne M. Haas For WisBusiness.com When the Wisconsin Central Transportation Corp. stockholders approved the merger agreement with Canadian National Railway Co. on April 4, 2001,...

WisBusiness: Transportation decisions key to state’s economic future

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com State, federal and local agencies could easily spend billions of dollars in southeastern Wisconsin during the coming decade to improve...

WisBusiness: Trees’ early color change shouldn’t hamper fall tourism

By Gregg Hoffmann Labor Day traditionally marks the end of summer in Wisconsin, but this year it also might be the start of the fall...

WisBusiness: UW biz school rolls out revamped MBA program

By Brian E. ClarkWisBusiness.com Students entering the UW-Madison School of Business MBA program in September will encounter a revamped curriculum that...

WisBusiness: UW biz school snags utility programs

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com The University of Wisconsin School of Business has persuaded two utility groups to relocate training programs to the Madison campus. The Edison...

WisBusiness: UW campus offers cash for recruiting help

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Know an entrepreneur who wants to come in from the cold? Want to play headhunter and pick...

WisBusiness: UW finalizes National Rural Electric Cooperative training deal

By Joanne M. Haas WisBusiness.com MADISON -- After spending nearly two years scrutinizing 13 universities nationwide, the head of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association said...
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