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Bank-Funded Report Suggests Increasing Tax Burden on Working Families

PEWAUKEE, Wis., March 21 /PRNewswire/ -- "Everyone loses," said Brett A. Thompson, President & CEO of the Wisconsin Credit Union League, in response to...

Competitive Wisconsin, Inc. Notes Positive Trends in Latest Benchmarks Survey

MILWAUKEE— Increases in venture capital, exports and new private businesses are among the positive signs for Wisconsin’s economic movement, according to the state’s annual benchmarks,...

Geeks in short supply

GM targets health costs

Hispanic businesses boom

Johnson Controls Elects Susan M. Kreh as Corporate Officer and Controller

MILWAUKEE, March 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Johnson Controls, Inc. today announced that Susan M. Kreh was named corporate controller and elected as a vice president...

Jung Seed Marks 100 Years

REGISTER NOW: WisBusiness Luncheon: Alliant CEO Harvey

ALLIANT'S BILL HARVEY KICKS OFF WISBUSINESS.COM LUNCHEON SERIES - April, The Madison Club and Madison Magazine present a new monthly luncheon series entitled...

Tribe becomes target

UW stands by Adidas

Video Bill on Fast Track

WisBusiness: Gulbrandsen says UW stem cell researchers more comfortable with current Legislature

By Brian E. Clark UW-Madison has been at the center of the “perfect storm” surrounding human embryonic stem cell research, but the sailing should...

WisBusiness: Lawton rips Sen. Decker over film bill delay

By Brian E. Clark Film backers say Wisconsin has already lost nearly $80 million in production spending this year and they are blaming...

WisBusiness: Mayoral candidates differ over TomoTherapy loan

By Brian E. Clark Madison mayoral candidate Ray Allen and incumbent Dave Cieslewicz clashed at a noon luncheon Tuesday over the appropriateness of...

WisBusiness: Midwest Chief Dismisses AirTran Bid as “Significantly Low”

By Dan Polley For Midwest Air Group Inc. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Tim Hoeksema dismissed the current offer by AirTran Holdings Inc. for the...

WisBusiness: Shell Oil President raps proposed Doyle surcharge

By WisBusiness Staff MILWAUKEE -- Shell Oil Co. President John Hofmeister says Gov. Jim Doyle's proposed oil surcharge amounts to corporate discrimination. Hofmeister,...

WisBusiness: Utilities, industry will fight proposed mercury rules

By Brian E. Clark MADISON - The Wisconsin Utilities Association says it will fight proposed new clean air rules from the Department of... UW-Madison prof says U.S. economy approaching brink of recession

By Brian E. Clark MADISON -- The U.S. economy is approaching the brink of recession and the stumbling housing market could drag it over...
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