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AirTran talks to Midwest

Dairy dilemma

Dow hits new high

Doyle lauds tobacco tax report

WisBusiness MADISON – A new report by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids says a $1.25 increase in Wisconsin’s cigarette tax would prevent 84,000 kids...

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Survey: Wisconsin Foreclosures Remain High

WisBusiness.com Newly released datacompiled by ForeclosuresWI.com, a leading provider of Wisconsin foreclosure resources and statistics, show that Wisconsin foreclosures remain at escalated levels. After...

WisBusiness: ERCO hasn’t given up on conversion of Port Edwards plant

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com ERCO Worldwide is continuing to mull over plans to convert its Port Edwards chemical plant to a...

WisBusiness: MMAC’s China Business Council helps expand commerce with Asian giant

By Patrick Fitzgerald WisBusiness.com South Bend, Indiana wouldn’t necessarily come to mind as one of the birthing points of a relationship that would catapult...

WisBusiness: 50th Anniversary Celebration Planned for La Crosse’s S&S Cycle

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness.com La Crosse - Thousands of motorcyclists are expected here when S&S Cycle holds a 50th anniversary celebration in June of 2008. S&S,...

WisBusiness: American Family backing for new children’s hospital now at $15 million

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – When the University of Wisconsin approached American Family Insurance officials for support of a...

WisBusiness: Angel tax credit expansion up in the air

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON - Expansion of a tax-credit program backed by Gov. Jim Doyle and aimed at helping...

WisBusiness: ATC to announce final choices for Dane County transmission line

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com The American Transmission Co. on Wednesday will announce its top two choices for a...

WisBusiness: DNR Approves Sparta ethanol permit

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness.com SPARTA - The Department of Natural Resources has issued a permit for construction and initial operation of a controversial...

WisBusiness: DOJ finds no wrongdoing in Kewaunee power plant sale

WisBusiness.com There is no evidence linking donations to Gov. Jim Doyle's re-election campaign and the Public Service Commission's decision to sign off on the...

WisBusiness: Expert says U.S. has technology to cut energy use, carbon emissions now

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON - The United States has the technology to greatly reduce carbon dioxide emissions and trim energy use...

WisBusiness: Experts say stem cell research needs biz community support

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – Wisconsin may be the leader in the human embryonic stem cell field now, but that could change...

WisBusiness: Federal suit likely against Sparta ethanol plant

By Gregg Hoffmann Sparta - Century Foods International has notified the developer of the planned Sparta ethanol plant it plans to file a federal lawsuit...

WisBusiness: Food Co-Ops Fill Niche in Badger State

By Patrick Fitzgerald WisBusiness.com Emerging during a time when the traditional acceptance of supermarket produce began to yield to the fledging...

WisBusiness: Madison tourism bureau looks to UW for cooperation

By Patrick Fitzgerald For WisBusiness.com Deb Archer, CEO of the Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau, addressed the need for working partnership between the city’s namesake...

WisBusiness: PSC approves ATC Waunakee transmission line

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – In a 2-0 vote, the state Public Service Commission today gave final approval to construction of...

WisBusiness: PSC celebrates 100th birthday

WisBusiness.com More than 100 people, including commissioners past and present, attended a birthday party today celebrating the century mark of the...

WisBusiness: Sparta ethanol might go to mediator

By Gregg Hoffmann Sparta - The dispute over a proposed ethanol plant in the Sparta might be headed to mediation. The Sparta Planning Commission.voted 4-2 Monday...

WisBusiness: Vernon County could restrict large-scale farming

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness.com Viroqua - Vernon County could become at least the third county in the state to pass...

WisBusiness: Vernon County hog hearing draws huge crowd

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness.com VIROQUA - An issue that could have statewide implications for farming and the environment drew more than...

WisBusiness: Vernon County Protest planned against large hog farming operation

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness.com VIROQUA - A protest rally is planned when the final public hearing is held Monday on...

WisBusiness: Viroqua Writers Workshop subtext is economic development

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com VIROQUA, Vernon County - Ben Logan, who 30 years ago penned the Wisconsin classic, “The Land Remembers,”...

WisBusiness: WARF’s Gulbrandsen worried about patent reform efforts

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – The overhaul of the patent system now working its way through Congress would hamper innovation, hurt inventors,...

WisBusiness: Western Wisconsin hog farm draws protests, moratorium

By WisBusiness Staff VIROQUA - The Vernon County Land and Water Conservation Committee approved a moratorium on large scale farming last week, while a proposed...

WisBusiness: Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation marks 10 years

By Patrick Fitzgerald WisBusiness.com The Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation, in addition to marking its 10th anniversary this year, will be hosting a September gathering that aims...
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