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A 7-foot bridge to China

A new slant on economic growth

Big Ten TV talks back on

Bill seeks tax disclosures

Bison herds of hope

Brass Ring pulls them up

Bush to sign energy bill today

Calendar gilds retailers

Call the nurse ‘doctor’

Coaching a much shorter team

Corn growers have great year

Cousins on new course

Culver’s heads west

Happy holidays, from the boss

House passes energy bill

LaCrosse: Outlook 2008

Legislator targets drug prices

Little change in jobs forecast

M&I braces for loan losses

Mill jobs difficult to replace

Miller goes under the radar

Miller, Coors sign agreement

North Woods company crafts ancient woods

By Sean Lewis WisBusiness ASHLAND – Are you in the market for a chunk of 50,000-year-old wood just waiting to become a masterpiece? You’re in...

Paper industry in battle

Pols go after tax dodge

Port Edwards mill to close

Retail Sales Surge in November

State lowers tax delinquency threshold to $5k for Internet posting

WisBusiness.com Individuals and businesses owing more than $5,000 in delinquent taxes, including interest, penalties, fees and costs will soon be able to see their...

Third Wave Technologies gets new financing

WisBusiness.com Third Wave Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: TWTI) has secured a five-year, $25-million line of credit with Deerfield Management, a leading health care investment fund....

Trucking may drive rebound

WisBusiness: Flying Cart helps others start on-line companies

By Kerry B. Ferguson WisBusiness.com A new business flies into town, but FlyingCart.com is still under the radar MADISON -- FlyingCart.com is an online...

WisBusiness: 911 Surcharge Chopped More than 50 Percent

WisBusiness.com Wisconsin cell phone users will soon see a more than 50 percent reduction in the monthly E-911 surcharge, the state Public Service Commission...

WisBusiness: ATC’s Williamson to join Putnam Roby

WisBusiness.com Putnam Roby Communications (PRc) will become Putnam Roby Williamson Communications on Jan. 1, 2008 when Mark Williamson, American Transmission Company’s vice president of major...

WisBusiness: Big Crawford County hog farm put on hold

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness.com A proposed 2,900 hog Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) has been put on hold in Crawford County. The Crawford County Conservation Committee...

WisBusiness: Business, Political Community Mourn Hendricks

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Civic and business leaders said Wisconsin will miss billionaire industrialist and philanthropist Ken Hendricks, who died early Friday morning...

WisBusiness: DOR report says economy will grow in ’08

WisBusiness.com: Wisconsin’s economy remains resilient and is expected to grow next year, according to the quarterly Wisconsin Economic Outlook released by the Department of...

WisBusiness: Doyle promises new aid for manufacturing sector

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE – Gov. Jim Doyle said today he'll soon unveil a “Next Generation Manufacturing Plan” for Wisconsin to...

WisBusiness: Doyle signs cable bill

WisBusiness.com Gov. Jim Doyle used his partial veto authority today to give state agencies greater authority over new statewide cable TV franchises, while also...

WisBusiness: First Business Bank chief says Dane Co. fortunate

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – Dane County continues to be an island of prosperity compared to other parts of the state, Mark...

WisBusiness: Lake Resources cuts plastic bait lure waste with new polymer design

By Robyn Donahoe WisBusiness.com WAUNAKEE -- Fishing was first used as a means of survival – the better the fisherman, the more food. Today,...

WisBusiness: Modine may close plants

WisBusiness.com Racine-based Modine Manufacturing Co. said today that disappointing sales are forcing it to consider restructuring and plant closures next year. Officials are blaming...

WisBusiness: Port Edwards paper mill to lay off 500

WisBusiness.com Domtar Corp. announced today that it will shut its mill in Port Edwards - near Wisconsin Rapids - and lay off nearly 500...

WisBusiness: PSC OKs 8.3 percent electric rate increase for Xcel

By Brian Clark WisBusiness.com The state PSC today gave Xcel Energy gave permission to raise its electricity and natural gas rates, but by less...

WisBusiness: PSC trims We Energies rate-increase request by half

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON - The Wisconsin Public Service Commission (PSC) on Thursday gave verbal approval to 3.4 percent electricity rate increases for...

WisBusiness: REDE gets a new name

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com REDE - the Regional Economic Development Entity representing the eight-county Madison region - is now "Thrive." The name change...

WisBusiness: Sportsman’s Warehouse to lay off 63 in West Bend

WisBusiness.com Sportsman's Warehouse has notified state and local officials that the company plans to close its store in West Bend at the end...

WisBusiness: State foreclosures continue to rise

WisBusiness.com Wisconsin foreclosure filings continue at escalated levels according to newly released data compiled by ForeclosuresWI.com, a leading provider of Wisconsin foreclosure resources and statistics....

WisBusiness: Survey says Dane businesses cautious, but optimistic

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON – Area businesses are heading into 2008 with both caution and optimism, according to a business survey released...

WisBusiness: Thome new WARF investment director

WisBusiness.com MADISON - Carrie J. Thome is the new director of investments at the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF). Thome has served as interim director...

WisBusiness: UW scientists announce new stem cell breakthrough

WisBusiness.com For the first time, scientists have used human embryonic stem cells to predict the toxic effects of drugs and provide chemical clues to...

WisBusiness: WHEDA chief says ‘no easy answer’ to foreclosure woes

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com There's ``no easy answer'' to reverse the rising number of foreclosures in the state, but the Bush administration...

WisBusiness.com: Xcel Loses Two Stray Voltage Cases

By Brian Clark WisBusiness.com Editor Xcel Energy lost two cases handed down by the state Supreme Court today involving dairy farmers who said...

WisPolitics: New year brings increased taxes, fees

Tax boosts to garner $685 million in state revenues through mid-2009 By Greg Bump WisPolitics staff Wisconsin residents may want to get to the...

Xcel rate increase approved

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