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‘Made in China’ boom

‘Seize the Day’ award winner Jan Eddy to speak June 13 at Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’...

By Ryann Petit-Frere Wisconsin Technology MILWAUKEE – Jan Eddy, an entrepreneur who built and rebuilt tech-based companies in Wisconsin, is the 2007...

AirTran extends hostile bid for Midwest

As expected, AirTran Holdings Inc. announced today it will extend its "final" tender offer of $15 per share of Midwest Air Group Inc., the...

AmFam wins parts appeal

Clock is ticking on AirTran’s ‘final’ offer

AirTran Holdings Inc.'s "final" offer to acquire Midwest Air Group Inc. is due to expire at 11 p.m. CDT today. Neither company...

DOR report: Wisconsin economy continues to grow – slowly

Preliminary estimates of first quarter GDP came in at 1.3 percent, according to a Department of Revenue Wisconsin Economic Outlook report issued today. Growth...

Foreclosures remain high in state, but dip slightly from April

Newly released data compiled by ForeclosuresWI.com, a leading provider of Wisconsin foreclosure resources and statistics, suggests that Wisconsin foreclosures remain at escalated levels. ...

Home sales remain frigid

Homegrown hops

Milk Money spent

Milk price to take jump

Payday for NimbleGen

State to loan Sheboygan’s J.L. French $1.6 million for upgrade

SHEBOYGAN – Governor Jim Doyle today announced a $1.6 million state loan for J.L. French Automotive Castings, Inc., a Sheboygan auto parts manufacturer, to...

Sub-Zero and Wolf Unveil New Interactive Web Sites

MADISON, Wis., June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Sub-Zero, Inc., and Wolf Appliance, Inc., leading manufacturers of premium refrigeration and cooking appliances, today announced a complete...

Thinking BIG

What a fine mesh

Whole Foods Market(R) to Carry Save Your World(TM) All Natural Personal Care Products

PORTLAND, Ore., June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Save Your World(TM) (http://www.saveyourworld.com/) announced today that Whole Foods Market (NASDAQ:WFMI) , the world's leading natural and organic...

WisBusiness: TomoTherapy insiders detail road to success

By Patrick Fitzgerald WisBusiness.com Wednesday’s portion of the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference in Milwaukee dissected the vision and ingenuity of panelists...

WisBusiness: California official says state global warming laws prod feds

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON - Individual states should continue to pass restrictions on carbon monoxide not only to put a...

WisBusiness: Chinese group tours Wisconsin’s environmental rehab sites

By Patrick Fitzgerald WisBusiness.com A group of ninety Chinese academics will be touring Wisconsin later this week as part of the “U.S.-China Environmental and Natural Resources...

WisBusiness: Chrysler to do major upgrade at Kenosha plant

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com A patchwork of state and local agencies will provide $13 million in loans and grants to aid Chrysler in...

WisBusiness: DOD official says attitudes improving on environmental compliance

By Patrick Fitzgerald WisBusiness.com A Department of Defense employee on Tuesday lauded the "general cultural acceptance of sustainability" across governmental agencies, telling a luncheon crowd at...

WisBusiness: Early stage risk capital grew in 2006

By WisBusiness Staff Early-stage investments such as “angel capital” in Wisconsin grew by 54 percent in 2006 compared to 2005, a growth rate that...

WisBusiness: Entrepreneurs conference should draw 400

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Eric Antonson, who runs a 2-year-old business dubbed U.S. TrailMaps Inc., has attended numerous conferences to help give...

WisBusiness: Entrepreneurs’ conference draws hundreds for panels, speakers

China looms large for SE Wisconsin businesses Dan Brink, an attorney from Reinhart, Boerner, and Van Deuren, led a morning panel discussion at the Milwaukee...

WisBusiness: Ethanol plant could push food company out of Sparta

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness.com SPARTA - Century Foods International, one of the largest employers in Sparta, could move out of the city if an ethanol plant...

WisBusiness: International environment conference coming to Madison

By Patrick Fitzgerald WisBusiness.com The Multi-State Working Group’s 10th annual workshop, "International Dialogue on Ecological Policy," is set to bring members of the international...

WisBusiness: Midwest shareholders dump three board members, elect AirTran trio

By Patrick Fitzgerald WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE - Midwest Air Group, the parent company of Midwest Airlines, saw its shareholders elect three new AirTran Holdings-backed...

WisBusiness: Minnesota program turns kids on to math, science, engineering

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Wisconsin universities and colleges are graduating only two-thirds of the science and engineering students that the state’s industries need...

WisBusiness: PSC returns Alliant coal-fired plant application – again

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com For the second time this year, the state’s Public Service Commission has sent back Alliant Energy’s application to build...

WisBusiness: Some business owners support universal health plan

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com The state’s major business lobby groups may be opposed to the $15 billion universal health care proposal unveiled by...

WisBusiness: Sparta council delays ethanol decision

SPARTA - The Sparta City Council has delayed final action on two proposals needed to build an ethanol plant next to the Century Foods...

WisBusiness: Sparta council moves forward on ethanol plant

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness.com SPARTA - Despite continued opposition by Century Foods, the Sparta City Council voted Tuesday to annex an 82-acre...

WisBusiness: State tourism chief says high gas prices shouldn’t affect summer travel

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Gasoline prices may be high, but that should not affect visits to Wisconsin, the state’s new Department of Tourism...

WisBusiness: UW-Madison gets big DOE grant for biofuels research center

WisBusiness Staff UW-Madison has won a major federal Department of Energy grant worth $125 million to build a Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center...

WisBusiness: Vector Surgical wins Governor’s Business Plan Contest

WisBusiness Staff MILWAUKEE - The third time was a charm for Oconomowoc-based Vector Surgical, which won the life science award and the grand prize...
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