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Banta Cutbacks Include 500 Jobs

Banta reviewing Cenveo proposal

Barneveld Winery Expanding

Fewer workers, more challenges

Gasoline prices plummet

Home Heating Relief Coming

Invitrogen Acquires Sentigen

Madison: Cream set to rise

Manufacturing test gets support

Meriter cited for five offenses

MGE deal a sign of the times

TrafficCast on the fast road

Truckers seek lower speeds

Union at Stora Enso inks deal

Urban business to get a boost

UW is ninth in biotech patents

WisBusiness: Logistics Health opens new building, helps rejuvinate downton LaCrosse

By Gregg Hoffmann La Crosse – For the first time in the history of rapidly-growing Logistics Health Inc., all employees are under one roof...

WisBusiness: Badger State biotech industry reaching ‘critical mass’

By Brian E. Clark Two announcements this week bode well for the Dane County and Wisconsin biotech communities. One is the news that an...

WisBusiness: Berbee to be sold for $175 million

By Brian E. Clark MADISON – Berbee Information Networks – which started 13 years ago in a Madison basement – will be sold to...

WisBusiness: Former Lands’ End exec to launch new ‘fair trade’ clothing company on Monday

By Brian E. Clark MADISON – Fair Indigo, the brainchild of former Lands' End executive and ecommerce guru Bill Bass, will launch its online...

WisBusiness: PSC approves $32 million refund for power company customers

By Brian E. Clark Falling natural gas prices have prompted the state Public Service Commission (PSC) to approve a $32 million refund for electric customers...

WisBusiness: PSC Orders Alliant To Lower Rates 4.5 Percent, Refund $30 Million

By Brian E. Clark MADISON – Following on the heels of recent rate reductions for two other utilities, the state’s Public Service Commission (PSC)...

WisBusiness: Rural counties seeking to reinvent selves

By Gregg Hoffmann VIROQUA – Like many rural counties in Wisconsin, Vernon County is faced with “re-inventing” itself in years to come. The...

WisBusiness: Study Says University Research Park Pumps $680 Million Annually Into Economy

By Brian E. Clark MADISON – The University Research Park on this city’s west side is a major force in not only local commerce,...

WisBusiness: Wisconsin bags SBIR conference

By Brian E. Clark Wisconsin has landed the fall national Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) conference, which industry and academic officials say is...

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