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Beef it up

Behind the curtain, it’s Epic

Council stalls Mequon hospital

Delavan dog track to close

Delta announces Atlanta flights

Doyle demands gas-price refunds

Heating costs to jump

Low profits feared for harvest

Madison keeps smoking ban

Madison-Kipp plans growth

Promega IDs a growing sector

Registration Open for Wisconsin Green & Growing

Wisconsin Green & Growing, a two-day event highlighting Wisconsin's Green Tier program, is scheduled to take place Monday and Tuesday next week. The La Follette...

Ruling due today for ShopKo

SBC to cut 200 jobs in state

Shopko Deal Faces Opposition

ShopKo sale opposition remains

State income growth lags

Stem-cell firm gets big boost

Study: Nanotech to boom

Tips for women in the workplace

UW System vital to economy

WisBusiness: ATC’s Cost Increase Surprises Watchdogs

By Brian E. Clark MADISON – Representatives of business and consumer groups say they are alarmed by increased costs forecast by American Transmission Co. to...

WisBusiness: Favorable Summer Energizes State Utility Stocks

By Brian E. Clark A Wisconsin Energy Corp. victory in the state Supreme Court this summer and the recent start of construction on a major...

WisBusiness: Federal jury favors Third Wave in patent suit

By Brian E. Clark A federal jury on Wednesday night found Stratagene Corp. guilty of infringing on patents that protect the nucleic acid chemistry used...

WisBusiness: Hefty named as interim Waukesha Co. Exec.

By WisBusiness Staff Former Cobalt CEO Tom Hefty was introduced this morning as Waukesha County's interim county executive. County Board Chair Jim Dwyer, the current...

WisBusiness: Labor Struggling on Its Day

By Brian E. Clark The labor movement in the United States may not be buried, but it is certainly in deep weeds. And ugly and...

WisBusiness: Magazine ranks UW-Madison tops in research

By Brian E. Clark UW-Madison is the top research university in the United States, according to the September issue of Washington Monthly. The campus...

WisBusiness: Organic Valley to build center in Cashton

By WisBusiness Staff The Organic Valley co-op has announced plans to build a new distribution center in Cashton in Monroe County. Headquartered in La Farge, in...

WisBusiness: Selig Says Baseball in ‘Golden Era’ Despite Steroid Issue

By Brian E. Clark MADISON - Steroid abuse notwithstanding, baseball is the midst of a remarkable renaissance - with major league teams on pace to...

WisBusiness: Utah Could Be Resting Place for Wisconsin Nuclear Waste

By Gregg Hoffmann La CROSSE — About 40 tons of spent fuel from the Dairyland Power Cooperative nuclear reactor in Genoa could end up in... Doyle Pledges to use State Money to Help Stem Cell Research

By Brian E. Clark MADISON -- Gov. Jim Doyle on Monday unveiled pieces of Grow Wisconsin 2005 and said he will keep using state funding...
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