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Lowe’s considers Manitowoc

Doyle: More limits on Chinese imports likely won’t affect Wisconsin exports

By Joanne M. Haas WisBusiness.com MADISON -- The Bush administration's expected move to intensify scrutiny on imports of Chinese clothing should not affect the export...

Fed raises interest rates again

House blocks overtime rules

Retailers endure August chill

State Job Comeback Speedy

WisBusiness: Berbee uses acquisitions to capitalize on new era of IT growth

By Brian E. ClarkWisBusiness.com A once-again growing economy, exploding volumes of email, telephone systems that link voice and the Internet, plus a pent-up urge by...

WisBusiness: Commission allows SBC to boost ‘last-mile’ leasing fees

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – The state’s Public Service Commission has decided to let SBC Wisconsin increase the fee it charges competitors to lease...

WisBusiness: Doyle looks to Japan to fund state bioscience

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Gov. Jim Doyle is on the far side of the Pacific this week, hoping to mine a rebounding Japanese economy for...

WisBusiness: Economist: High-tech Wisconsin industry grows despite slow economy

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – Despite a lumbering economy, two Wisconsin industries are seeing significant job growth, and it's job growth that likely won't...

WisBusiness: Green Bay tops in state for job growth

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Green Bay was Wisconsin’s hottest metropolitan area for job growth over the past year, according to statistics released Wednesday by the federal government. The...

WisBusiness: Lake Express hires away Port of Milwaukee director

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE - Lake Express, which launched high-speed ferry service across Lake Michigan between Milwaukee and Muskegon on June 1, has hired...

WisBusiness: Report shows surging economy in first half of ’04

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Wisconsin's economy surged in the first half of 2004 - adding 42,500 jobs - and...

WisBusiness: SBC’s rate increase request sparks ad war

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – Phone rates in the Badger State will surely go up, competition will decrease and service will diminish – especially...

WisBusiness: Selig Says Brewers Won’t Leave Milwaukee

By Brian Resop For WisBusiness.comMILWAUKEE - Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig told reporters at the Milwaukee Press Club Wednesday that what everyone is worrying...

WisBusiness: Some worried Overture opening could spur skyrocketing rents

By Brian E. ClarkWisBusiness.com MADISON – There are a few grumblings here and there, but most downtown merchants are hoping Saturday's grand opening of the...

WisBusiness: Spring Green gets boost from Kerry visit

By Brian Resop For WisBusiness.com Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry's decision to do debate prep in Spring Green next week is putting the small town in...

WisBusiness: Tommy says consumer awareness key to controlling health costs

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – Health care costs that are increasing by 10 percent a year are putting a significant damper on economic recovery,...

WisBusiness: UW launches peer problem-solving network for entrepreneurs

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Entrepreneurs have reputations as being a finicky bunch. They can be great idea people, but struggle with getting their companies off the...

WisBusiness: UW’s comp. sci. chief saysindustry poised for renewed growth

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – Computer systems will become faster, more reliable, easier to use, more robust and have more capabilities in the years...

WisBusiness: Wauwatosa Hopes for Boost from GE Healthcare

By Brian E. Clark Wisbusiness.com WAUWATOSA – Mark Irgens grew up in this community and remembers a time when it seemed that every third house in...

WisBusiness: Wisconsin unemployment among best in Midwest

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – Wisconsin unemployment rates are continuing to fall, dropping from 4.6 percent in July to 4.4 percent in August, according...
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