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Midwest Air chief says Milwaukee a city of contrasts Midwest Airlines President and CEO Tim Hoeksema called Milwaukee a city of extremes that has some work to do in order to continue...

Midwest sale hits a snag

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REGISTER NOW: WPS Insurance CEO Riordan Luncheon

James Riordan, CEO of Wisconsin Physicians Service Insurance Corporation, will be interviewed at the next WisBusiness/Madison Magazine luncheon on Tuesday, November 6th. The session...

STAG acquires property

Time Warner to add 300 jobs in Appleton

WisBusiness Time Warner Cable of Milwaukee County will receive more than $1 million in state tax credits to build a state-of-the-art, 130,000-square foot Northern...

UW campuses poised to grow

WisBuisness: State unemployment rate falls Wisconsin’s unadjusted unemployment rate for SeptemberDepartment of Workforce Development was 4.6 percent, down from the 4.9 percent in August. State Department of Workforce Development...

WisBusiness: Bankers, credit union heating up again

By Brian E. Clark The long-simmering fight between the Wisconsin Bankers Association (WBA) and the rival Credit Union League has heated up...

WisBusiness: Clingan withdraws from economic development post consideration In a stinging loss for Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz, Bill Clingan has withdrawn his name for consideration as the city's economic and community...

WisBusiness: Commerce Secretary Burke stepping down

By Brian E. Clark MADISON - Mary Burke will step down as head of the state Department of Commerce on Nov. 1, Gov....

WisBusiness: Dairyland Power meets with landfill opponents

By Gregg Hoffmann VIROQUA - Dairyland Power Cooperative representatives emphasized Wednesday they are exploring every alternative to dumping coal ash byproducts from their...

WisBusiness: Heating cost forecasts all over the map

By Brian E. Clark There is a wide range of winter heating cost predictions coming from utilities that serve Wisconsin. ...

WisBusiness: Kenosha Chrysler workers preparing to walk out

By Brian E. Clark More than 800 union workers at the Chrysler plant in Kenosha are preparing to walk out at 10 a.m....

WisBusiness: Mattel chief says company is winning back trust

By Brian E. Clark MADISON – It’s an understatement to say the past few months have been trying for Mattel, the world’s largest...

WisBusiness: Midwest shareholders approve sale At a special meeting today, shareholders of Midwest Air Group, Inc. approved a merger agreement providing for the acquisition of Midwest Air Group...

WisBusiness: Nelson says companies that respond to climate change will thrive

By Brian E. Clark MADISON – The way Tia Nelson looks at things, Wisconsin companies that develop technologies to deal with and combat...

WisBusiness: NIH chief’s stem cell position lauded

By Brian E. Clark Statements by National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Elias A. Zerhouni that embryonic stem cell research should be...

WisBusiness: Sparta ethanol settlement reached

By Gregg Hoffmann SPARTA - A tentative settlement between the developers of an ethanol plant and a food processor in Sparta has been...

WisBusiness: Stemina CEO Donley predicts next president will increase stem cell funding

By Brian E. Clark MADISON – Beth Donley, former general counsel for the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), said Thursday that she expects... Mayor, chamber air differences over appointment

By Brian E. Clark A Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce “Eggs and Issues” breakfast that featured Mayor Dave Cieslewicz Wednesday morning was “professional...

Wisconsin foreclosures up 27 percent in 2007

WisBusiness Wisconsin foreclosure filings are continuing at escalated levels, according to newly released data compiled by, which gathers Badger State foreclosure information. After...
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