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Pacific Rim Foods Ltd. Initiates Investment in Mach One Corporation

KENOSHA, Wis., April 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Pacific Rim Foods Ltd ("PRF") announces that it has completed an initial strategic investment in Mach One Corporation...

REGISTER NOW: Alliant Energy CEO Luncheon

ALLIANT'S BILL HARVEY KICKS OFF WISBUSINESS.COM LUNCHEON SERIES - April 16WisBusiness.com, The Madison Club and Madison Magazine present a new monthly luncheon series entitled...

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WisBusiness: Logistic Health building construction could start this summer

WisBusiness Staff Work on a second building by Logistics Health Inc. could start this summer with a projected completion date of next summer. La Crosse...

WisBusiness: Milwaukee media panelists disagree about quality of Internet content

By David Wise WisBusiness.com A panel of media professionals offered differing views on how technological advancements like the Internet have affected their...

WisBusiness: Animal ID proposal concerns Amish

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness The Amish in southwest Wisconsin will have some special interest when the state Department of Agriculture, Trade and...

WisBusiness: ATC official says study will show burying powerline too expensive, inefficient

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com A top American Transmission Company official said Thursday he's convinced a study now underway will show that burying...

WisBusiness: BrainReactions founder’s idea? Build a company around ideas

By Bryan Manke WisBusiness.com MADISON – Call it organized creativity or a focus group on steroids. But however you describe BrainReactions, there’s...

WisBusiness: Busalacchi wants minority firms to bid for northern road projects

By Tracy Will WisBusiness.com Tribal Transportation Conference GREEN BAY - The construction season is gearing up in northern Wisconsin and the opportunity is...

WisBusiness: Doyle pledges $6 million for Beloit firm

WisBusiness Staff Gov. Jim Doyle on Thursday announced $6 million to help the Kerry Group expand its American headquarters in Beloit. Doyle...

WisBusiness: Doyle unveils manufacturing initiatives at Milwaukee conference

By Dan Polley WisBuness.com MILWAUKEE - Gov. Jim Doyle announced initiatives today to retain a manufacturing workforce to keep Wisconsin among the leaders in...

WisBusiness: Doyle’s energy, gobal warming plans draw mixed response

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Business and utility groups gave a mixed response today to Gov. Jim Doyle’s announcement of new steps that he...

WisBusiness: EraGen Biosciences builds its internal capacity as steps to growth

By Brian Sweeney WisBusiness.com MADISON - EraGen Biosciences, a medical diagnostics company that made a name for itself with its quick response to...

WisBusiness: Evolution of a name, how IPIC became the a.K.a Card

By Carielee Loeffler WisBusiness.com MADISON -- GetIPIC, last year’s winner of the Governor’s Business Plan Contest in the Information Technology track is undergoing a...

WisBusiness: Federal contracts offer a way to boost Wisconsin economy

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com The federal government sent $338 billion in 2005 to the states to fund research, buy products and pay for...

WisBusiness: GreenLeaf Market uses Internet to help consumers ‘buy local’

By Annie Nelson WisBusiness.com MADISON – If you walk around Capitol Square during an “in-season” Saturday morning, you will be overwhelmed with the sights...

WisBusiness: intelliMENTOR helps entrepreneurs help themselves

By Cassie Mescher WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE-- In our rapidly changing global economy, intelliMENTOR is providing e-services that allow new entrepreneurs and innovators to compete in...

WisBusiness: Logistics Health second building approved

By WisBusiness Staff The La Crosse Common Council approved an agreement Thursday that will allow Logistics Health Inc. to build a second building near the...

WisBusiness: Luggage Club seeks to ease travel hassles

By Amber Schultz WisBusiness.com OSHKOSH – In an era when federal safety rules and airline economics have made packing your suitcase as much...

WisBusiness: Opposition grows toward energy proposals in SW Wisconsin

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness.com The movement to make southwest Wisconsin a hot spot for alternative energy has met some opposition in recent weeks. Century Foods International...

WisBusiness: Stemina hopes ‘biomarkers’ blaze a profitable trail

By Adam Dylewski WisBusiness.com MADISON -- Harnessing the power of stem cells in previously unexplored ways, Stemina Biomarker Discovery, Inc. is one of the...

WisBusiness: Stoughton Trailers to lay off 1,100 employees

WisBusiness Staff Stoughton Trailers has notified state and local officials that it plans to lay off more than 1,100 workers by June 22 at plants...

WisBusiness: Stoughton Trailers to lay off 1,100 employees

WisBusiness Staff Stoughton Trailers has notified state and local officials that it plans to lay off more than 1,100 workers by June 22 at...

WisBusiness: Venomous jellyfish to the rescue

By Jigyasa Jyotika WisBusiness.com MADISON -- In collaboration with a UW-Milwaukee lab, a Wisconsin biotech company is developing a compound from a protein found in...

WisBusiness: Wisconsin farmers optimistic about 2007

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – Wisconsin farmers are upbeat about making a profit this year, but remain worried about their ability to...

WisBusiness.com: Alliant’s Harvey Sticking with Coal Despite Global Warming Talk

By WisBusiness.com staff MADISON -- The head of Alliant Energy in Madison, going to the state Public Service Commission now to build a...

WisBusness: PSC adjusts MGE rates up for ’07, down for ’06

MADISON - The state Public Service Commission has granted Madison Gas and Electric a $12.2 million rate hike for 2007, due to higher-than-anticipated...
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