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Actuant buys Templeton Kenly

Actuant reports profit increase

Adelman flying high

Big city sprouts in small town

Bio VC forum expands

Blue collar green

Competing for jobs

Coupon case could expand

Delafield tries to grow wisely

Despite growth, Brady punished

Fed Chops Interest Rates

Gassman: State adds 26,300 jobs over year

WisBusiness.com Wisconsin added 12,000 jobs in August and was up 26,300 jobs over the past year, Department of Workforce Development (DWD) Secretary Roberta Gassman...

Housing market in for worse?

Investor pushes Twin Disc sale

Is Wi-Fi a losing strategy?

JEM grants boost tourism

Kohl’s settles patent dispute

Madison business community rips mayor over appointment

WisBusiness.com Representatives of the Madison business community on Wednesday criticized Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz's decision to appoint Bill Clingan as the new Economic and...

Madison’s economy chugging

MGIC, Radian abandon merger

Midwest Air sets merger meeting

Milwaukee to host Japan meeting

Nine Wisconsite residents make Forbes’ richest Americans list

Nine Wisconsinites are on Forbes magazine's list of the 400 richest Americans. For the first time, it takes more than $1 billion to...

OpGen gets new start, funding:

Oshkosh Truck deal opens doors

Oshkosh Truck wins Olympic bid

Pierce remakes the fire truck

Pipeline violations alleged

Powering up hybrids

Regal Beloit buys Jakel Inc

REGISTER NOW: WisBusiness luncheon with MG&E’s Gary Wolter

Wednesday, September 1211:45 a.m.The Madison ClubWisBusiness.com, The Madison Club and Madison Magazine present "The Madison Business Luncheon" on September 12 with special guest Gary...

Stora Enso sells to NewPage

Trade mission arrives in China

U.S. drops allegation in blast

Unemployment rises in August

WisBusiness: American Girl not hit by Mattel recalls of toys

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MIDDLETON – American Girl, a division of Mattel, Inc., has not been affected by the...

WisBusiness: Doyle touts Asian trade mission

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Speaking from Beijing today, Gov. Jim Doyle touted his meetings with numerous Chinese government and business officials. He...

WisBusiness: Economist Nichols predicts recession for 2008

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – A top University of Wisconsin economist predicted today that the U.S. economy would slide into recession next...

WisBusiness: Hoeksema calls AirTran fight “intense”

By David Wise WisBusiness.com Midwest Airlines CEO Tim Hoeksema said today he expects TPG Capital’s buyout of the company to raise no anti-trust concerns...

WisBusiness: Layoffs spread in Janesville from GM strike

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Lear Corp., which makes automotive interiors, has laid off its 780-hourly workers at its Janesville plant because of the...

WisBusiness: Legislators say gas tax indexing may return

WisBusiness: Legislators at the first Wisconsin Freight Rail Day suggested that gas tax indexing, eliminated by lawmakers and the governor under political pressure, may...

WisBusiness: MGE’s Wolter endorses nuclear power plants

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Nuclear plants must be part of the future energy mix if the United States wants to meet growing power...

WisBusiness: More members may quit Madison Economic Development Commission

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Additional members of Madison’s Economic Development Commission (EDC) are thinking about resigning over Mayor Dave Cieslewicz’s decision to hire...

WisBusiness: PSC approves Point Beach nuke plant sale

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness The state's Public Service Commission on Tuesday gave the go-ahead for We Energies to sell the Point Beach nuclear...

WisBusiness: Sparta Council to consider ethanol referendum

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness.com SPARTA - The Sparta Common Council will consider a proposal to hold a Nov. 6 advisory referendum on...

WisBusiness: Sparta ethanol plant to get public hearing

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness.com Sparta - The Sparta City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing Monday on a conditional-use permit and...

WisBusiness: Sparta votes against ethanol referendum

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness.com SPARTA - The Sparta City Council rejected by a 6-2 vote a proposal to hold an advisory referendum on a...

WisBusiness: Tourism program returns $30 million to state

WisBusiness.com MADISON - Communities across Wisconsin brought in more than $30 million in traveler spending this past fiscal year as a result of the...

WisBusiness: UAW’s Sheridan says he has no idea how long GM strike will last

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com The UAW union leader who represents roughly 2,500 workers at the Janesville GM plant said today he has no...

WisBusiness: UW-Madison gets second NIH grant this week

WisBusiness.com UW-Madison researchers have received a $7.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to explore the potential of stem cells...
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