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A.O. Smith finishes year with record quarter

A.O. Smith Corp. today reported record fourth-quarter earnings of $16.0 million, or 52 cents per share, up from $4.4 million, or 15 cents per...

American automotive softness takes toll on Johnson Controls

Johnson Controls Inc., the largest Wisconsin-based publicly held company, has significant "exposure" to the weaknesses of the American automotive industry, and the company will...

Briggs to cut 200 salaried jobs

Briggs & Stratton Corp. today announced it will eliminate about 8 percent of its salaried positions, or about 200 jobs, worldwide this year. A...

Company takes in $14 million

G-P looks to a bright future

Manpower concludes record year

Manpower Inc. today reported net earnings of $260.1 million, or $2.87 per share, for the full year of 2005, up from $245.7 million, or...

Marcus shares soar 16%

MATC aids state businesses

Outlook Lands $15M Deal

Pension changes looming

Plexus reports 14 percent gain in revenues for quarter

Plexus Corp., a Neenah-based electronics maker, announced that revenues in its first fiscal quarter ended December 31, 2005 increased 14% to a record $328.3...

Sanford closing will cost Madison 240 jobs

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Madison will lose 240 manufacturing and distribution jobs starting this month when Sanford North American closes two plants and moves...

Small start for biotech company PanVera leads to big business

By Laurel Norris and Christine Lepple MADISON -- Most companies are founded to solve a problem, to meet a need, or to snag...

Solar Energy is Hot Trend

Stock market takes big fall

Stocks took a beating Friday, with the Dow Jones Industrials down by more than 200 points at closing. The Dow declined 213.32, or...

Tower seeks to cut benefits

Unemployment falls in Milwaukee, Oshkosha regions for December

Madison – Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) Secretary Roberta Gassman today announced that nine of the state’s metropolitan statistical area’s (MSA) showed a...

UWM re-aims its research

Wal-Mart Warned on Health

Wausau: Kmart to leave town

WisBusiness: Biotech Could Be $10 Billion Industry in Wisconsin

By Brian E. Clark WisBusness.com MADISON – The Wisconsin biotechnology and medical device industry, which already produces $7 billion in annual sales, is poised to grow in...

WisBusiness: Business leaders underwhelmed by Doyle’s vision for the state

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Gov. Jim Doyle’s 2006 State of the State address is receiving decidedly mixed reviews from the business community. Many didn't like...

WisBusiness: Experts say Wisconsin economy needs expanded early childhood education

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com A panel of economists and economic development advocates warned Friday morning that Wisconsin’s economy is in danger of falling further...

WisBusiness: Indoor football league interested in La Crosse

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness.com LA CROSSE – The La Crosse Center continues to attract the interest of sports franchises and leagues, despite the rejections last year...

WisBusiness: Madison adds key non-stop flight to New York

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Madison-area business people have complained for years about the lack of direct flights from the Dane County Regional Airport...

WisBusiness: Summerfest Crowned Top “Gem of Milwaukee” at City’s Birthday Party

By David Wise WisPolitics Milwaukee Bureau Chief MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee image-makers may want to move beyond beer and brats, but the results of the...
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