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Air Wisconsin cancels flights after workers call in sick

Air Wisconsin cancelled four flights out of Milwaukee Sunday morning after an "unusually" high number of employees called in sick, a spokeswoman said. ...

Business, high-tech leaders urge legislators not to ban therapeutic cloning

June 21, 2005 TO: Members of the Wisconsin Legislature FROM: James S. Haney, Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce Mark D. Bugher,...

New UW lab to study RFID

REGISTER NOW: MILWAUKEE NOTES LUNCHEON ON MONDAY

The WisPolitics MILWAUKEE NOTES Luncheon on Monday, June 27 will feature Milwaukee Police Chief Nannette Hegerty.Hegerty is the featured guest at a special WisPolitics.com...

WisBusiness: ‘Celebrate failure,’ entrepreneurs told

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE – Failure and rejection should be celebrated, author Grace Bulger told participants at this year’s Wisconsin Entrepreneur’s Conference. “It’s not...

WisBusiness: Bipartisan health plan calls for mandatory employer assessments to fund purchasing pool

By Joanne M. Haas WisPolitics.com/Wisbusiness.com MADISON -- A bipartisan health insurance plan aimed at easing Wisconsin’s health care cost crisis got a chilly reception Wednesday by...

WisBusiness: City commission plans on August decision for potential UW landmark

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com The Madison Landmarks Commission has put off making a decision about the historical significance of the 80-year-old Rennebohm Building until Aug....

WisBusiness: Doyle pledges support for energy conservation

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Gov. Jim Doyle did his best to patch things up with the state’s utility community Monday, pledging his long-term support for...

WisBusiness: Doyle Wants State to Lead on Biofuels

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – Gov. Jim Doyle told forest products and agricultural leaders on Thursday that he wants Wisconsin to be a national...

WisBusiness: Entrepreneurs’ Conference to Reveal Winner of Gov’s Biz Plan Contest

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Organizers are set to unveil the winners of the Governor’s Business Plan Contest during the state Entrepreneurs' Conference next Tuesday and...

WisBusiness: Former cable mogul now helping women entrepreneurs

By Gregg Hoffmann MILWAUKEE – Kay Koplovitz took over her kindergarten class in Cudahy when she was only three years old, according to her parents. It...

WisBusiness: GM Shareholders Meeting Could Affect Janesville Plant

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com JANESVILLE – Business, labor and civic leaders here will be paying close attention to news coming out of the General...

WisBusiness: Potential Landmark Could Complicate Plans for $375 Million Research Center

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Tear it down. That’s what Steven Skolaski, president of the Rennebohm Foundation, will tell the Madison Landmarks Commission when it meets June...

WisBusiness: Pros Visit UW for Sweet Truth about Candy

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – As a kid growing up on Long Island, Rich Hartel recalls that he could eat candy – any kind...

WisBusiness: Public weighs in on Mississippi River conservation

By Gregg Hoffmann ONALASKA – A series of public hearings on a Comprehensive Conservation Plan for the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife Refuge concluded Thursday...

WisBusiness: Report Says Badger State Gaining Brain Power, But Lags Minnesota

By Gregg Hoffmann MILWAUKEE – Wisconsin is making progress on retaining and attracting educated workers, according to a report released at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs Conference...

WisBusiness: Small businesses urged to reach out for help

By Gregg Hoffmann MILWAUKEE – A large group of entrepreneurs went to “boot camp” at the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs Conference Tuesday. A panel of entrepreneurs, bankers, attorneys...

WisBusiness: Stem cell pioneer ‘saddened’ by lawmakers’ research restrictions

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com UW-Madison researcher and embryonic stem cell pioneer James Thomson is expressing deep concern that Wisconsin will be left behind if the...

WisBusiness: Supreme Court Ruling Favors Oak Creek Power Plants

By Gary Fisher The proposal to increase the capacity of the Oak Creek power plant located south of Milwaukee got a boost today when the...

WisBusiness: Tech Leaders Boost ‘I-Q Corridor’

By Gregg Hoffmann MILWAUKEE – Could the I-Q Corridor be talked about some day in the same way as the Silicon Valley? Some hope so and...

WisBusiness: UW-Madison MBA’s back in vogue

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Preliminary placement figures for graduates of UW-Madison's MBA program are up about 20 percent over last year, and graduates are commanding...

WisBusiness: We Energies could start plant construction in July

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com We Energies could begin construction on its $2.15 billion Oak Creek coal project next month, following this morning’s ruling by the...
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