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Existing home sales set record

American Family names CEO

Bush budget hits close to home

Bush sees energy ideas at work

CUNA Mutual not Done Cutting

Dean looks to right the ship

Doyle announces $3 million in tax credits for Quad/Graphics

Gov. Jim Doyle today announced that Sussex-based Quad/Graphics, Inc. will receive up to $3 million in Enterprise Development Zone tax credits for creating up...

Doyle pushes economic development in speech

By Brian E. Clark MADISON – Gov. Jim Doyle pledged Thursday to continue to push...

Four Wisconsin Kmarts go Grand

Hockey scores big at Lambeau

ID theft grows in Wisconsin

Is Blue Harbor in trouble?

La Crosse: California firm buys Firstlogic

Business Objects, based in San Jose, Calif. and Paris, announced it has entered a definitive agreement to acquire La Crosse-based Firstlogic Inc. for about...

Ladish sales, earnings surge

Manpower a ‘done deal’

MIT Club sets tech awards banquet for March 10

The MIT Club of Wisconsin will host its annual Technology Achievement Awards banquet at 5:30 p.m. March 10 at the Country Springs Hotel...

New GM takes over Blue Harbor

New IT group gets state grant

Point Beach could be sold

Sonic reports $1.6 million loss for quarter, but customer base grows

Sonic Foundry Inc. (NASDAQ: SOFO), a leader in automated rich media communications technology, announced results for its first quarter of fiscal 2006 today. Financial and...

West Allis firm may be sold

WisBusiness: Angel Investing in Wisconsin Jumps in 2005

By Brian E. Clark MADISON – Angel investing in new Wisconsin start-up companies rose significantly in 2005 over the previous year, rising to more...

WisBusiness: Business Leaders Gather in Madison

Department of Workforce Development Secretary Roberta Gassman will discuss the Doyle administration’s plans to increase employment in the state when she speaks at 10:30...

WisBusiness: More Good than Bad in State Companies’ Quarterly Reports

By Brian E. Clark An improving national economy and industrial growth abroad was good news for a number of publicly traded Wisconsin companies in...

WisBusiness: Organic Farming Conference could draw 2000

By Gregg Hoffmann LA CROSSE – If you need any evidence of how far the organic farming movement has come, go to the La Crosse...

WisBusiness: Third Wave Settles Suit with Belgian Firm

Madison-based Third Wave Third Technologies and Innogenetics of Belgium have reached an agreement giving Third Wave a non-exclusive license sell hepatitis C virus (HCV) genotyping products in...
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