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Anchor biz steady

Crops look OK

Digging black gold

Electric buses win OK

Madison gains high tech firms

Madison now has 475 high-tech businesses, up 15 from 2005, that employ about 27,000. According to the 2006 Madison Gas & Electric Directory of...

Power: A Changing Game

WisBusiness: aOva Technologies banking on natural antibodies

By Jaime Pullman WisBusiness.com MADISON -- Bryan Renk’s success lies in the mouths of poultry and swine. Renk, chief executive officer for aOva Technologies,...

WisBusiness: Author Pushes Businesses to Find Uncrowded Markets

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE - In author and commerce professor Renee Mauborgne’s world, there are two kinds of companies: Ones that swim in...

WisBusiness: Brewers Announce New Marketing Partnerships

By Gregg Hoffmann MILWAUKEE – The Milwaukee Brewers hope to be involved in a pennant drive this season, but even if they fall out...

WisBusiness: CEO Pushes Energy Efficiency at MGE’s Annual Meeting

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON -- MGE Energy Chairman Gary Wolter told shareholders at his company’s annual meeting Tuesday that “it’s time to kick...

WisBusiness: Cherry Electrical Products to terminate 150 workers starting July 7

Cherry Electrical Products has notified the state Department of Workforce Development that it plans to lay off nearly 150 workers at its...

WisBusiness: Dane County Reacts to Transmission Line Options

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – The American Transmission Co. unveiled three possible route options for a 345-kilovolt electric power line across Dane County...

WisBusiness: Extract Systems Expands Beyond Its Mapping Roots

By Matthew Glen Howards WisBusiness.com MADISON -- Jumping on to a sinking ship is not something most people would aspire to do. Yet that’s exactly...

WisBusiness: First Quarter Good for Wisconsin Manufacturers

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com The majority of publicly traded Badger State companies did well in the most recent quarter, especially those that are...

WisBusiness: Foreign Trade Reps Share Tips at WIN Luncheon

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – The majority of China’s 1.3 billion people remains rural, but the country has a growing middle class of...

WisBusiness: Mayor Dave Juggles Commitments on Night of Sick-Leave Vote

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz will have a busy schedule tonight. He’ll be in his seat for the start of the Madison...

WisBusiness: Mithridion start-up began with a bit of serendipity

By Scott Galla WisBusiness.com MADISON -- High tech startups require more than good science, effective management and capital. Sometimes it involves a bit...

WisBusiness: Orion Energy Fills A Lighting Void

By Heather Akin WisBusiness.com PLYMOUTH -- It only takes one bright idea to start a thriving business such as Orion Energy Systems. Neal Verfuerth, the CEO...

WisBusiness: Small Tree benefits from Apple rebound

By Erika Frederick WisBusiness.com CHIPPEWA FALLS – The re-emergence of Apple Computers as a force in information technology is a story most people know....

WisBusiness: Sparta Offers Free Land for Ethanol Plant

By Gregg Hoffmann SPARTA – A group planning a cooperative effort to build an ethanol plant in Sparta is undergoing a feasibility study and could...

WisBusiness: Tuesday Trends — A Look at the State of Wisconsin Business

Below is an excerpt from the most recent edition of WisBusiness Tuesday Trends, a product sent weekly to WisBusiness subscribers. To get the full...

WisBusiness: Tuesday Trends — A Look at the State of Wisconsin Business

Below is an excerpt from the most recent edition of WisBusiness Tuesday Trends, a product sent weekly to WisBusiness subscribers. To get the full...

WisBusiness: Tuesday Trends — A Look at the State of Wisconsin Business

Below is an excerpt from the most recent edition of WisBusiness Tuesday Trends, a product sent weekly to WisBusiness subscribers. To get the full...

WisBusiness: Tuesday Trends — A Look at the State of Wisconsin Business

Below is an excerpt from the most recent edition of WisBusiness Tuesday Trends, a product sent weekly to WisBusiness subscribers. To get the full...

WisBusiness.com: GolfTEC Opens First Wisconsin Store

By WisBusiness.com staff WAUWATOSA -- Technology has dramatically changed the distance golfers drive the ball on the course. Now it’s changing the golf lesson. Videotaping of the...
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