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Accord excludes nuclear energy

Bank scam linked to Spain

Bars are ready for some

Battle of beer towns

Brady Corp. buys Dutch firm

Brewing a relationship

Competitive Wisconsin unveils economic development plan

Competitive Wisconsin, Inc. (CWI) today announced a new plan for economic development designed to grow Wisconsin's economy by $22 billion and generate $1.32...

Cudahy Tanning to be shut down

Dow tumbles 350-plus points

Firms betting on MGIC

Fishing for inspiration

Gourmet gifts gain popularity

History calling

Lead paint makers score big victory

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com The lead paint industry scored a major victory today in the first of 30-plus personal injury lawsuits...

Mainstream beer on rebound

Metavante gains in debut

Middle class is eroding

Migration shorts Milwaukee

Neenah Foundry to cut jobs

Neenah Paper shows profit

Paint makers win verdict

Sonic Foundry losses grow

State fines U.S. Oil $450,000

State foreclosures surge in October

WisBusiness.com Wisconsin foreclosure filings reached record highs in October according to newly released datacompiled by ForeclosuresWI.com, a leading provider of Wisconsin foreclosureresources and statistics....

State shoppers must pay more

Stocks fall another 200 points

USDA cuts corn expectations

Wal-Mart, version 2.0

Wheaton Franciscan drops HMO

WisBusiness: PSC grants MGE rate increase

WisBusiness The state Public Service Commission today granted Madison Gas and Electric (MGE) rate hikes for natural gas and electricity, but for significantly less...

WisBusiness: Retailers looking for strong holiday sales

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com In spite of high gas prices and a slumping housing market, Badger State shoppers have hit the stores and...

WisBusiness: $350 Million Sales Tax Case Gets Argued Thursday before High Court

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com As controversy swirls around the high court's newest justice, the Wisconsin State Supreme Court on Thursday will hear arguments...

WisBusiness: Bio Exec survey says business is improving

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Business is booming for Milwaukee-based Cambridge Major Labs, which contracts with biotech companies, emerging drug makers and global multinationals....

WisBusiness: Chief Justice Quizzes Menasha Attorney on Software Tax

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com A pivotal $350 million sales tax case before the state Supreme Court brought sharp questioning from the chief justice...

WisBusiness: Chinese appetite for whey growing

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com The Chinese may not have much of an appetite for cheese, but there is a huge market in the...

WisBusiness: Early Stage Symposium starts today in Madison

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness Staff More than 375 participants – up from 325 last year – are expected for the 2007 Wisconsin Early...

WisBusiness: Futurist says change coming fast

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – By the year 2050, there will be 1 million electronic sensors for every person on earth...

WisBusiness: Huge Crawford County pig farm vote could come in December

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness.com A vote on a 2,900 hog operation in Crawford County could come as early as Dec. 7 amidst protests by some...

WisBusiness: Judge says DNR must reconsider Oak Creek cooling system

WisBusiness.com The Department of Natural Resources will have to take another look at the cooling system We Energies wants to use for its new Oak...

WisBusiness: Leaders say stem cell breakthrough could bring jobs to state

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – State leaders reacted positively Tuesday to news of a breakthrough in stem cell technology by UW-Madison scientists...

WisBusiness: Milwaukee professor says city is a hotbed for employers

By Ryan Cardarella WisBusiness.com In a lecture Tuesday, UW-Milwaukee Professor Sammis White highlighted the efforts of the Milwaukee 7 in creating a more vibrant...

WisBusiness: PSC to hear new rate request

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Wisconsin Public Service Corp. will take its request for a 3.6 electric rateincrease to state regulators Tuesday. A series...

WisBusiness: Report says We Energies’ power plants produce biggest carbon footprint in state

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com The United States is the world’s largest producer of carbon dioxide – which many scientists believe is a major...

WisBusiness: Sandbox International turning sand castles into solid business ideas

By Jamie Jergenson WisBusiness.com MADISON -- Grab your shovel and pail. Playing in a sandbox isn’t just for kids anymore. The area’s most creative minds...

WisBusiness: Six Midwest governors sign greenhouse gas pact in Milwaukee

By Ryan Cardarella WisBusiness.com Governors who signed a pact on Thursday to reduce the emission of greenhouse gasses touted the accord as an example...

WisBusiness: UW-Madison now nation’s No. 2 research university

WisBusiness.com UW-Madison has leapfrogged the combined University of Michigan campuses and now ranks second in the country for research spending by a university. According...

WisBusiness: WPS chief slams medical fund raid

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com James Riordan, CEO of Wisconsin Physicians Service (WPS)Insurance Corp., told a WisBusiness.com luncheon today that raiding the Injured Families...

WisBusiness.com: Madison chamber urges help in crafting first development plan in 25 years

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON - Following a controversy about leadership of capital city economic development, the head of Madison's chamber of commerce...

Wisconsin Home Sales Outperform Most States

WisBusiness.com Softening sales but steady home values in the third quarter made Wisconsin’s housing market stronger than many other states, according to figures released...

Worried investors dump stocks

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