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Acuity announces record year

Deal May End Harley Strike

Delphi posts $2B loss

Doyle backs gay benefits

Ex-Sunny plant running again

Kenosha Factory Plans Dropped

Kenosha plant escapes Chrysler’s cuts

The 850 employees at the Chrysler Group's Kenosha engine plant will not be affected by the company's aggressive new plan to change its business...

Midwest chief’s letter blasts AirTran as ‘inferior’

Midwest Air Group Inc. CEO Timothy Hoeksema sent a letter today to "set the record straight" about AirTran Holdings Inc.'s hostile takeover bid for...

Musicnotes profitable in 2006

Neenah buying Fox River

Pols sign ad backing Midwest Airlines’ efforts to remain an independent company

Wisconsin's two U.S. Senators, eight U.S. Reps., Gov. Jim Doyle, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and Milwaukee Co. Exec. Scott Walker have lent their...

Sonic Foundry’s finest hour

SWIB increases pensions

Wausau Plant To Cut 120 Jobs

WisBusiness: ATC proposal draws strong protests

By Will Tracy WisBusiness Nearly 40 residents of Waunakee, Westport and other Dane County communities in the path of high-voltage transmission lines leveled their opposition...

WisBusiness: Expert says Midwest’s big tax break could transfer to AirTran

By Brian E. Clark If Orlando-based AirTran Holdings is successful in its hostile takeover bid for Midwest Airlines, the Florida company should be...

WisBusiness: Forward Wisconsin’s future uncertain

By Brian E. Clark The governor and his Commerce secretary are saying little about the future of Forward Wisconsin, now that the president of the...

WisBusiness: La Crosse public intoxication proposal delayed

By Gregg Hoffmann LA CROSSE – The La Crosse Common Council has delayed action on a proposed public intoxication ordinance for...

WisBusiness: Madison circuit board company to lay off 45

By Brian E. Clark Officials at Embedded Computing (formerly Artesyn Technologies) told 45 of its 185 Madison employees that they will lose their...

WisBusiness: Midwest Airlines Exec Sees a Bright 2007, No Takeover

By Brian E. Clark MADISON - Midwest Airlines will continue to expand, create jobs and fend off hostile takeover attempts in 2007, a...

WisBusiness: PSC Approves Big Utility Merger

By Brian E. Clark MADISON – The state’s Public Service Commission (PSC) today unanimously approved the merger of Green Bay’s WPS Resources...

WisBusiness: Second Logistics Health building planned in La Crosse

By Gregg Hoffmann La Crosse – Plans are underway for a second Logistics Health Inc. building to the south of the recently completed headquarters...
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