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Lawton: Childcare is key economic development issue

By Robert Chappell Madison Business Editor Lieutenant Governor Barbara Lawton today identified childcare as the single largest obstacle to women’s prosperity. In remarks to attendees of...

WisBusiness: MIT Club set to award state’s innovators

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com The MIT Club of Wisconsin will honor two high-tech companies and a UW-Madison biomedical engineer at its Technology Achievement Awards Banquet...

WisBusiness: $317M brewery restoration could spur Milwaukee’s growth

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE – In the late 1800s, this city was hopping with breweries. One of the biggest was Pabst, which remained a dominant...

WisBusiness: Canoe extravaganza brings thousands to town

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – Dave Johnson wouldn't miss Canoecopia for the world. "I plan my spring around it," said Johnson, a retired Dane County...

WisBusiness: Doyle Talks Trade with Mexican President

Gov. Jim Doyle and Mexican President Vicente Fox met Tuesday to discuss issues ranging from immigration to environmental standards to manufacturing equipment exports. Mexico...

WisBusiness: Doyle tells manufacturers Wisconsin is ‘envy of the nation’

By Brian E ClarkWisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE – Gov. Jim Doyle on Thursday night lauded the state's manufacturers for creating new jobs at a pace during the...

WisBusiness: Doyle Wraps Up Mexico Trade Mission, Expects Results

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Gov. Jim Doyle said Friday morning he hopes his weeklong trade mission to Mexico will result in increased...

WisBusiness: Epic’s departure could lead to glut of office space

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com A soft Madison office market is going to get even softer when Epic Systems leaves behind nearly 400,000 square feet of...

WisBusiness: Fitchburg start-up aims to halt advance of Alzheimer’s

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON - A research breakthrough lauded by Gov. Jim Doyle in his State of the State speech has spawned a...

WisBusiness: Gov. to Speak at Manufacturing Awards Tonight

By WisBusiness.com Staff MILWAUKEE – Gov. Jim Doyle will give the keynote address tonight (Thursday) at the 2005 Manufacturer of the Year Awards at 7...

WisBusiness: Governor’s Business Plan contest field narrows

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – Judges have winnowed 200 entrants in the 2005 Governor’s Business Plan competition down to 52 for the second phase...

WisBusiness: Judge to Tackle Madison Minimum Wage Today

By Gary Fisher For WisBusiness.com Lawyers this afternoon are scheduled to argue the pros and cons of Madison's new minimum wage law before Dane County...

WisBusiness: Madison company bets on jellyfish protein to help brain disorders

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – Mark Underwood isn't trying to discover a fountain of youth, not that the idea doesn't intrigue him. He'll be more...

WisBusiness: Northwest to Start Direct Madison-Washington Flights in June

By WisBusiness.com Staff Starting June 9, Northwest Airlines will begin offering the only nonstop service between Dane County Regional Airport and Ronald Reagan Washington National...

WisBusiness: PSC Approves Sale of Kewaunee Nuclear Plant

By Gary Fisher WisBusiness.com The state Public Service Commission approved the sale of the Kewaunee nuclear power plant today to Virginia-based Dominion Resources Inc. The commission originally...

WisBusiness: Tourism Conference Highlights New Song, Boosted Budget

By Greg Bump WisBusiness.com Department of Tourism Secretary Jim Holperin says the controversy over a theme song to the department's commercial campaign has attracted welcome publicity,...

WisBusiness: UW’s stem cell pioneer to start business in Madison

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Dr. Jamie Thomson, the UW-Madison scientist who first isolated and reproduced human embryonic stem cells, has leased space at the University...

WisBusiness: Wisconsin Film Festival Growing Every Year

By Brian E. ClarkWisBusiness.com MADISON – It's not Sundance or Cannes, but the Wisconsin Film Festival is growing in importance in Midwestern arts circles. Last year,...

WisBusiness: Wisconsin Has 7 of World’s 691 Billionaires

The collective net worth of the world's 691 billionaires is $2.2 trillion, up $300 billion from the combined net worths of the 587 people...

WisBusiness: Workers comp rates rise in Wisconsin, but remain low compared to rest of...

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Workers’ compensation costs for Wisconsin businesses continue to climb, but they remain low compared to other states, according to...

WisPolitics: Bill would require timely notification of contract renewal

By Gary Fisher for WisPolitics.com A new bill by Rep. Karl Van Roy, R-Green Bay, and Sen. Tom Reynolds, R-West Allis, would require a...
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