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AirTran adds 5 destinations

Boldt to lead WMC

Degrees of Excellence

Domtar considers mill sale

GM near new buyout deal

Johnson Controls shows gains

Johnson Controls Inc. today reported record sales and income from continuing operations for the first quarter of fiscal 2008. The Glendale-based company reported quarterly...

Know when to hold ’em

Logistics Health protest dismissed

WisBusiness.com A protest against a Logistics Health Inc. (LHI) bid with the Department of Defense has been dismissed by the federal government. The U.S. Government...

M&I spinoff saves profit

Milwaukee job growth slowing

Neenah Foundry goes public

No challenge to Midwest sale

Pulling dust from diamonds

Sears sacks its CEO

Sentry to close Waukesha store, lay off 54

WisBusiness.com BKT Enterprises has told state and local officials that it plans to close a Sentry grocery store in Waukesha and terminate 54 workers....

SNE lays off 300 workers

Sunburst loss at $500,000

Twin Disc shares plummet

WisBusiness: 2007 investments up for state’s entrepreneurial firms

By Brian E. ClarkWisBusiness.comInvestors -- both venture capital funds and angel groups -- pumped more than $120 million into Wisconsin entrepreneurial companies in...

WisBusiness: Backers say cap gains change would put state ahead of the pack

By Brian Clark WisBusiness.com Wisconsin would be unique in the Midwest if the Legislature approves a plan by Gov. Jim Doyle that would allow some Wisconsin...

WisBusiness: Big Crawford County pig farm approved

By Gregg Hoffmann WisBusiness.com PRAIRIE du CHIEN - A Crawford County committee voted unanimously to issue a license to a rural Wauzeka farmer who...

WisBusiness: Branding bill passes Assembly

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com A branding bill authored Rep. Steve Wieckert, R-Appleton, passed the Assembly today by a voice vote. Its next step...

WisBusiness: Brunswick to close Antigo plant

WisBusiness.com Brunswick Bowling & Billiards said Monday it will shut down its bowling pin plant in Antigo and lay off 70 workers. The...

WisBusiness: Bugher becomes chairm of Madison Chamber board

WisBusiness: Mark Bugher, director of Madison's University Research Park, is the new board chairman for the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. He will serve...

WisBusiness: Delphi workers to get $1.8 million for retraining

WisBusiness.com Wisconsin has received a $1.8 million National Emergency Grant to assist workers displaced by the closure of the Electrical and Safety and...

WisBusiness: Doyle announces new manufacturing proposal

WisBusiness.com Gov. Jim Doyle today unveiled his Next Generation Manufacturing plan, which he said would target $85 million in existing and new tax credits...

WisBusiness: Doyle launches ‘Innovate Wisconsin’ plan

Gov. Jim Doyle today unveiled a plan to create jobs and stimulate the state’s economy by increasing investment in research and development. The plan,...

WisBusiness: Doyle launches Accelerate Wisconsin to help young companies

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON - Continuing an emphasis on economic growth in advance of his state of the state address, Gov. Jim...

WisBusiness: Doyle needs to evaluate Assembly branding bill

WisBusiness.com Gov. Jim Doyle has not yet taken a position on the state branding bill passed by a voice vote in the Assembly yesterday....

WisBusiness: Heavy industry companies outperform in 07

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Two of the three top-performing publicly traded Wisconsin companies for 2007 are in the heavy manufacturing sector, according to...

WisBusiness: Midwest to lay off 380

WisBusiness.com Some 380 employees of Midwest Air Group, Inc. will lose their jobs in March and April because Midwest Air has picked a Utah-based...

WisBusiness: Milwaukee company ‘senses’ future of biofuels

By Kerry B. Ferguson WisBusiness.com MILWAUKEE – Paradigm Sensors believes it has a timesaving edge in the booming alternative fuel industry. The company has created...

WisBusiness: Organic cranberry firm growing

By Robyn Donahoe WisBusiness.com REEDSBURG – Wisconsin is called the “Dairy State” for a reason; it’s known for its cows and the milk they...

WisBusiness: Packers’ retail sales are bright spot in holiday shopping

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com It may have had just a little something to do with a winning season, but the Green Bay...

WisBusiness: Paper company to lay off 440

WisBusiness.com NewPage Corp., the new owner of the former Stora Enso North America, announced today that it will permanently close papermaking operations in Niagara...

WisBusiness: PSC Approves Fitchburg-Verona Power Line and Substation

WisBusiness.com The state Public Service Commission today approved the American Transmission Company’s request to construct a new substation, plus six miles of 138-kilovolt...

WisBusiness: PSC grants rate hike for WPSC utility

WisBusiness.com The Wisconsin Public Service Commission (PSC) today approved a 2.5 percent electric rate hike for the Wisconsin Public Service Corporation (WPSC). The adjustment...

WisBusiness: Sargento undertaking big Wisconsin expansion

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com Aided by more than $4 million in state tax credits and grants, Sargento Foods is in the midst of a...

WisBusiness: Skill Associates looks to create green energy from manure

By Jamie Jergenson WisBusiness.com KAUKAUNA -- A Kaukauna company is hoping to become number one – in the number two business. In what...

WisBusiness: TDS unveils new WiMax Internet service in Madison

WisBusiness.com TDS is turning on its WiMAX signal in Madison today. TDS is the first communications provider in Wisconsin to offer true WiMAX...

WisBusiness: Thomson says hopes of immediate stem cell therapies unrealistic

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com New stem cell breakthroughs hold great potential for human medicine, UW-Madison researcher Jamie Thomson said today, but any therapies coming...

WisBusiness: ULINE to move from Illinois to Pleasant Prairie, bring 1,000 jobs

WisBusiness.com Lured by $6 million in state and local aid, the Illinois-based ULINE shipping supply company will move its headquarters from Waukegan to Pleasant...

WisBusiness: Verizon to lay off 99

WisBusiness.com Verizon Business has notified state and local officials that it plans to discontinue its "tele-relay service functions" at its call center on D'Onofrio Drive...

WisBusiness: Wieckert’s branding bill passes Assembly committee

By Brian E. Clark WisBusiness.com MADISON - As Gov. Jim Doyle's Tourism Department chief works on updating the Wisconsin brand, the state Assembly is moving...

WisBusiness: Wisconsin in better economic shape than other states

By Rebecca Kontowicz WisBusiness.com Wisconsin is poised to weather the cooling U.S. economic climate better than other parts of the nation, panelists...
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