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Avalanche: Woven into her life

Bargain hunters hit malls hard

Corporations: We paid taxes

Cuts at Janesville GM

Designs on a creative career

Falk begins manufacturing

Fed leaves rates unchanged

Flushed drugs pollute water

Health care key issue for CEOs

Hospital discourages poor

M&I will buy Florida bank

Madison: PSC approves Dodge County ATC Power Line

MADISON – The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin today (PSC) approved American Transmission Company’s (ATC) request to construct a new 138 kilovolt transmission line...

MGE rates lowered by PSC

MADISON – The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSC) on Monday approved an adjustment in electric rates for Madison Gas and Electric Company (MGE)...

Milwaukee economy is stagnant, four studies report

Milwaukee - Milwaukee’s economy is stagnant and families are losing out, according to four recently released reports, and concrete suggestions for improving economic development...

Mining firms get a boost

Park East work ready to launch

Railroad jobs boom

Sentry Insurance Expanding in Fox Valley

WisBusiness Sentry Insurance has announced plans to expand its information technology operations by opening an office in the Fox Valley. Company officials are in...

Tax refund loans controversial

Vita Plus thrives

WisBusiness: AirTran buys big ad in Journal Sentinel

WisBusiness.com Continuing its squeeze on Midwest Air, AirTran Holdings took out a full-page ad in the front section of Sunday's Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The ad appeals...

WisBusiness: Appleton woman makes Cadillac of art smocks

By Bree Andersen WisBusiness.com APPLETON -- When Jayne Quintero would go shopping at the beginning of the school year for her children, she was usually...

WisBusiness: Esker’s ‘ZeroWire’ cures wireless problems

By Ingrid Clark WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE – The “it” trend in technology is wireless. Everything from phones to internet connections, and much more in...

WisBusiness: Flip Clip system is inexpensive, flexible

By Meghan Conlin WisBusiness.com MIDDLETON – Some ideas come like bolts out of the blue. Others travel at far less than the speed of...

WisBusiness: Former Cabinet Secretary Says Milwaukee ‘In Turnaround Mode’

By David A. Wise WisPolitics.com MILWAUKEE -- Former U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Henry Cisneros listed Milwaukee among a group of cities nationwide that are...

WisBusiness: Henry Sanders Joins Hamilton Consulting to Lobby for Tech, Life-Science Firms

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Henry Sanders Jr. - a major player in Madison business and civic affairs - has joined the Hamilton Consulting...

WisBusiness: Layoffs hit small communities hard

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Hundreds of workers in the small Wisconsin towns of Mazomanie, Jackson, Mayville, Fennimore, New Richmond and Chilton have received...

WisBusiness: Milwaukee community unhappy over news of Midwest takeover bid

By David Wise and Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Milwaukee officials had mostly negative reactions on Wednesday to news of a hostile takeover attempt of Midwest...

WisBusiness: Milwaukee Council Approves $29 million TIF package for Pabst Brewery site

By David Wise WisBusiness.com At its final meeting of the year, the Milwaukee Common Council unanimously approved a $29 million TIF package today to aid...

WisBusiness: Milwaukee developer ready to advance suit against former Pabst owners

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com The head of the Brew City Redevelopment Group said he was "extremely pleased" with a state Supreme Court decision released...

WisBusiness: Modern MoCo Market coming to historic Williamson Street

By Ryann Petit-Frere WisBusiness.com MADISON -- When Megan Ramey steps into her empty storefront “box” of drywall and wood-planked floors, she sees more than...

WisBusiness: New North Inc. Cited As Model Economic Development Agency

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MANITOWOC - Gov. Jim Doyle on Thursday lauded the New North Inc.'s efforts to expand northeast Wisconsin's economy. Speaking before...

WisBusiness: Norwegian Stem Cell Company Ready for Move to Madison

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – Yet another stem cell company is coming to town. Dag Dvergsten, president of the Norwegian biotech firm CellCura, announced...
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