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U.S. Cellular: Wireless Access to E-mail is Easy From Most Standard Cell Phones

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Many Wireless Customers Can Send or Receive E-Mail From Their Current Phone MILWAUKEE, Wis., July 6, 2005 – Call it...

WisBusiness: ‘Lance effect’ leaves buyers favoring costlier road bikes

By Brian Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – Bicycle retailers are hoping Lance Armstrong’s seventh Tour de France win this weekend will ripple back to the United States...

WisBusiness: Ag Community Welcomes Rain, But More Needed Soon

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Southern Wisconsin got a “million dollar rain” Wednesday morning that brought from a quarter to a half-an-inch of inch of moisture...

WisBusiness: Alternative Mississippi River plan under development

By Gregg Hoffmann La Crosse – Hunters and fishers undoubtedly are happy. Some enviromentalists aren’t. Federal officials announced this week they will come up with a...

WisBusiness: Commerce Secretary Confident GM Plant Will Stay Open

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Commerce Secretary Mary Burke said she is not worried that continuing losses at General Motors will lead to the closure of...

WisBusiness: Docs seek legislative solution to malpractice decision

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – For the past decade, Wisconsin has lured doctors from around the country – in part because they found the...

WisBusiness: Dry stretch could spell trouble for farms, wineries

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Wisconsin farmers are beginning to use the dreaded “D” word – as in drought – especially in the southeast and east central portions...

WisBusiness: Some Think Soccer Stadium Could be Part of Milwaukee Downtown Redevelopment

By Gregg Hoffmann MILWAUKEE – With a decision on the stalled PabstCity development looming as soon as Tuesday, another proposal to build a soccer stadium...

WisBusiness: Third Wave’s co-founder resigns

By WisBusiness Staff Lance Fors, who co-founded Third Wave Technologies in 1993, has resigned as the company's executive chairman and is leaving the board of...

WisBusiness: UW’s entrepreneurship director leaving for Ball State

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Larry W. Cox, director of the UW-Madison Business School’s Weinert Center for Entrepreneurship for the past two-and-one-half years, is leaving his...

WisBusiness.com: Doyle’s Veto of Milwaukee-area Biomedical Alliance Disappoints Backers

By Brian E. ClarkWisBusiness.comDemocratic Gov. Jim Doyle's cut of $2 million in funding for a Milwaukee-area Biomedical Technology Alliance brought outrage from a key...
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